Didsbury Manchester Pals | GM 1914 Edward Ashworth

Didsbury Manchester Pals | GM 1914.  is a local site helping the Didsbury library build a presentation for the anniversary.  Here’s some photos to help remember 8369 Edward Rose Ashworthof IX Platoon, C Company.  He was part of the advance Group of the Battalion that traveled from Southampton to Le Havre with the Transport Section on 7th November 1915.  He had a minor wound in a bombardment on 11/1/1916 (See above), where he was treated in the Field.

Edward received a Gun Shot Wound to the right buttock on 17/6/1916.  He was admitted to Hospital in Abeville and evacuated Home for recovery.  He was later Commissioned in the Machine Gun Corps and killed in Action on 28/3/1918.

Courtesy Book of Honour

Courtesy Book of Honour

8369 Edward Ashworth Courtesy Brian Donat and Keith Johnson

8369 Edward Ashworth Courtesy Brian Donat and Keith Johnson

Courtesy Book of Honour

Courtesy Book of Honour

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2 thoughts on “Didsbury Manchester Pals | GM 1914 Edward Ashworth

  1. Keith

    Comparing his portrait against the Platoon lineup, I would hazard a guess that Edward Ashworth is sat on the front row, next to last on the right (by the grumpy looking one!)

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