Item 006 - Harold Vivian Woodford

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AU PMB MS 1381-006


Harold Vivian Woodford


  • c.1900-2003 (Creation)

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Reel 1 (a) Memorial register 19, Loos Memorial France which contains name of 2nd Lt. Harold Vivian Woodford; (b) handsome printed document, headed G v RI with royal coat of arms, recording death of 2 Lt. Harold Vivian Woodford, 8 Royal Berks Regt., one of those who gave up “their own lives that others might live in freedom”. undated; (c) Copy of fax headed Re: Harold Woodford from Andrew Tatham; (d) Harold Vivian Woodford – biographical notes, 3p.; (e) telegram, date uncertain, from Buckingham Palace to C.E. M. Woodford, expressing regret at death of Woodford’s son Harold; (f) “Harold Vivian Woodford – biographical notes”, 2p.; (g) Letter dated 16 May 2001 to Edwina Rapley from Andrew Tatham, headed “Subject: Harold Vivian Woodford”, 2p.; (h) letter dated 17 May 2001 to Edwina Rapley from Andrew Tatham headed “Subject: Re: Harold Woodford”, 2p.; (i) letter dated 23 Mar 2003 to Joan and Keith Presswell from Andrew Tatham re forthcoming visit to Presswells, 1p. [cf. also PMB1381/011 on Harold’s education; letter from Woodford Sr. dated 7 Jul 1912 in PMB1381/028 (bx) seems to indicate that Harold had been student of Hawkesbury Agricultural College]

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