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Harry Cottrell
Ulveston
Harry Cottrell Born in 1890, Harry Cottrell began as a caddy with Harry Fulford at Bradford. Seeing his potential, Fulford removed him from the caddy-shed and made him one of his assistants.

He became golf instructor to the girls’ school at Bentley Priory in Stanmore (the headquarters of Fighter Command in WWII) then was professional at Ulverston from 1911 to 1915. Enlisting with his brother Albert in the Sherwood Foresters they served together in the Dardanelles.

Promoted to lance-sergeant he went to the aid of his wounded brother during the Suvla Bay landings and was himself shot dead. A second shot then killed his brother.

Another brother, William was also a professional and was killed at the Battle of Meuse in 1918.

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