|Rushden Echo, 18th August 1916, transcribed by Kay Collins
Bozeat Casualties One Man Killed and Three Wounded
Pte. R Tomkins, of the Bedfordshire Regt., aged 23, has been fatally wounded in the head.
Pte. B. Partridge, of the Beds. Regt., was wounded on July 1st.
Pte. A Drage, wounded in the forearm, is in hospital in London.
Mr W Botterill, shoe manufacturer, had a letter on Tuesday from his youngest son, Frank, in France, stating he was wounded.
|Rushden Argus, 9th March 1917, transcribed by Kay Collins
Joined UpDr. S. E. Selby, of Bozeat, has again joined the colours, being drafted to the R.A.M.C. He left on Tuesday. The doctor had previously been on active service, having been home about six months.
|The Rushden Echo, 13th April 1917, transcribed by Kay Collins
KilledSergt. J W Partridge, Northants Regt., a teacher in Bozeat Council School, aged 21, was killed by a sniper.
Spotted FeverPte. Arthur Abbott, Sherwood Foresters, single, aged 31, of Bozeat, died in France from spotted fever.
Rushden Echo, 6th July 1917
The Friends of Pte. John Perkins, Essex Regt., the well-known sportsman of Bozeat, who has been reported missing for nine weeks will be pleased to hear that his wife has received a postcard from him stating he is a prisoner of war in Germany.
|Rushden Echo, 31st May 1918, transcribed by Kay Collins
Bozeat - Prisoner of War Mr W Goodman has received a postcard from his son, Pte. Ray Goodman, Essex Regt., who was officially reported missing on March 21st, stating that he is a prisoner in Germany.
|Rushden Echo, 1st November 1918, transcribed by Kay Collins
Bozeat-Corpl. H E Drage, R.E., son of Mr Hamilton Drage, Bozeat, has been awarded the D.C.M. for bravery near Gommiecourt.
|Private Reginald Gordon Hudson, MM, 1919.