|Rushden Echo, 24th August 1917, transcribed by Kay Collins
WoundedMrs Boddington received news on Tuesday morning from a chaplain “somewhere in France” that her son, Pte S A Boddington, Northants Regt., was wounded in the right arm and thigh, and adding that all is being done which possibly could be. Pte. Boddington, who was wounded on August 18th, had been spending ten days leave at home, returning to the front on August 14th. Mr and Mrs Boddington are anxiously waiting for further news of their son.