|Rushden Echo, 26th April 1918, transcribed by Kay Collins
Pte. S. E. Bull, of 41 Crabb-street, Rushden, who is suffering from gunshot wounds in the left thigh and sides, joined up when 16½ years of age, and had served 145 days when his parents secured his discharge. He was called up when 18 and went to France when 19. He previously worked for the Midland Railway Company at Wellingborough.