Sidney Seymour BENDALL

Wounded at the Dardanelles

Sidney S. Bendall born Gloucester 1893 – 1954 was a younger step brother of Henry A. Williams (The Williams Family).

Sidney was employed as a skilled moulder at Fielding & Platt and joined 7th Gloucester Regiment in 1914. On 8th August 1915 he was wounded by an exploding bullet in the left arm, whilst serving at the Dardanelles.

A picture of him in uniform and a newspaper article from Gloucester Journal on 4th September 1915 relates the details of a letter sent to his parents regarding his wounding.








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