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Morton Leonard


Morton Leonard. Attended Bristol Grammar School 1891-1894. Joined Clifton RFC 1899-1900.

Private Morton Leonard Bristol Evening News Tuesday May 22 nd 1917

The announcement that Private Morton Leonard has fallen in action was read with sincere regret locally. The deceased soldier was an Old Bristolian and was a well known and popular member of the Clifton Rugby Club. Before the War he was in business with John Watson & Co. Corn Merchants.

Private Morton Leonard

Gloucestershire Regiment 12th Battalion;Bristol's Own;

Date of Death: 05.05.1917

Service Number: 22773

Name commemorated on the Arras Memorial to the Missing Bay 6

In 1901 the Leonard family lived at 50 Belmont Road, Montpelier. They were

Name Relation Age Occupation Birthplace
Frank Leonard Head 48 Flour Agent Bristol
Alice J. Leonard Wife 44 Chipping Sodbury
Morton Leonard Son 21 Ledger Clerk Bristol
Alice R. Leonard Dau 15 Bristol
Kenneth Leonard Son 9 Bristol
William P. H. Gotch Boarder 30 Ledger Clerk Chilcombe, Hants
Jane Vicker Serv 25 Domestic Servant Bristol

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Above 50 Belmont Road, Montpelier

Above Morton Leonard from the Clifton 2nd XV 1902-03