|The Rushden Echo Friday May 9th 1919, transcribed by Susan Manton
Back Again We are pleased to welcome back to civil life Mr. A. M. Wilson-Fenton, dentist, of Rushden who, it will be remembered, left for service abroad in the middle of 1917. He was originally in the 2/4th Battn. of the East Kent Regiment (The Buffs), but whilst in Belgium was transferred during the month of September to the 1/6th Royal Warwicks. With them he had his first experience of the firing line, and was recommended and promoted for company-running under fire. In November 1917, his particular division made a hurried journey into Italy on the occasion of the Italian retreat and he saw service on the Lower Piave. In March, 1918, having transferred into the Machine Gun Corps, he was sent to the Asiago Plateau, and spent the rest of the time with his unit there. During the war he acted in a voluntary capacity in his profession of dentistry when his particular unit was out at rest. He has now resumed his practice at his surgery, no. 28 High Street Rushden.