thoroughly sober and trustworthy, is hard working, willing and
obliging, used to horses, and has no instance of misconduct
during the whole of his service
No. 7073 Henry F. Sole East Surrey
Name. Henry Frederick Sole.
Age 19 years 2 months.
Attested Dover, 21st May 1901
at Dover Castle.
2nd Posted 19/12/02.
Granted 2nd G.C. Badge 21/5/06.
Appointed L/Cpl 1/6/06.
Army reserve transferred Pte. 20/5/09.
Transferred Pte. 2/7/09.
East Surry Rgt. Discharged as no longer
physically fit for War Service. 26/10/14.
Military History Sheet.
India from 10/12/02 to 3/2/09.
B.E.F. from 13/8/14 to 21/10/14.
Campaigns European War 1914. Including
actions at Mons, Le Cateau, Marne, Aisne, and subsequent actions
up to 17/10/14, the day he was sent to the field Ambulance.
Next of kin-
E. Sole 29, Chapel Place, Dover.
Brother, E. W. Sole, 29, Chapel Place,
Medical Report on Invalid. Station
Date November 2nd 1914.
Unit East Surrey 1st Batt. A Co.
Regt. No. 7073.
Name Sole Henry.
Age last birthday 31.
Enlisted 21st May 1901 at Dover.
Disability - Flat foot.
Date of origin of disability says feet were
flat before war started.
Place of origin of disability first noticed
in marching from Aisne to Belgium
In October feet became very painful and on
the 17th was sent to field ambulance.
Primary cause unknown, probably congenital
aggravated by marching. Extreme flat foot discharged as
permanently unfit November 10th 1914.
Aggravated by active service, due to strain
of marching in heavy marching adm.
Stamped - Military Hospital, Tidworth.
Description at time of Discharge.
Age 32 years 9 months.
Height 5 feet 9 inches.
Hair Light brown.
Intended place of residence 29, Chapel
The above name man is discharged in
consequence of being no longer fit for war service. Para 392
(XVI) K. R.
Military character Exemplary.
Character awarded in accordance with Kings