Private Frank Willis Killed In Action

Andover Advertiser 31st May 1918

GIVEN HIS LIFE – Above we reproduce the photograph of Private Frank Willis, R.A.M.C. son of Mrs Edward Willis (formerly of St Mary Bourne), who was killed in action on 29th  April 1918 near Ypres, His Commanding Officer, writing home, says ; “He was one of my best lads. He always did his work cheerfully and well”.


Three More Prisoners Of War

Andover Advertiser 3rd May 1918

PRISONERS IN GERMAN HANDS – Last week we mentioned that Pte. A. Biggs R.M.L.I. had written home to say that he was a prisoner of war at Limberg. Three other local men are now known to be prisoners of war in Germany. 2nd Lieut. J.R.H. McIntosh, Private Fred Annals and Pte. Richard Davis of the Inniskilling Fusiliers, son of Mrs Brown of Lower Rank. A card was received from him on Thursday morning saying he was quite well, and he was taken prisoner.