Enlistment for training

A young men was sent from the workhouse to join the army, but was not suitable for active service (he may have been disabled).

30th October 1918

A letter was read from the Army Service Corps with reference to Edward Cullet joining the army, that his enlistment could only be considered for training as a Saddler and Tailor. It was resolved he should join the army for training as a Saddler.

Hungerford Board of Guardians minutes (G/H1/39, p. 443)

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