Etc. -- E. Dolman wounded, 1915
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A page 1 in the 15 Nov 1914 issue of the Simcoe Reformer included summary desceiptions of those who went overseas from Norfolk in 
the second contingent. The following is extracted from that article.

Private E.  Dolman, 18 years. Born in England. 
Lived in Townsend. Single.

The following extract is from a page 11 article in the 11 Nov 1915 
issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

The following letter from Pte. S. A. Beaumont, who went with the second contingent from here ... is dated 23 Oct.

... I had a letter from E. Dolman of Waterford yesterday. He is still in bed at the Overcliffe Red Cross Hospital at Westchiffe-on-Sea, with his leg in splints. He is getting along as well as can be expected.

... the above is the first reference we have had of 
E. Dolman being wounded. -- Ed..

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