Dedicated to the memory of all the men and women of the Bridgnorth area who died during the two World Wars.
Harold Lockett was born in Bridgnorth in 1900. He was the son of William Ford Lockett, signwriter, grainer and decorator, and his wife, Mary Elizabeth. The family lived at 19 Pound Street. By 1911 they had moved to Wyken in the Parish of Worfield. Harold became a painter.
Harold served first with the South Lancashire Regiment before transferring to the 13th Battalion, The King's Liverpool Regiment. He was killed in action on 8th October, 1918 and is buried in Forenville Military Cemetery.
Private Lockett 94629, Liverpool Regt. (formerley 44214, South Lancs. Regt.) was awarded the Victory and British Medals.
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