excerpt from 'An octogenarian's personal life story' pp. 36 (78 words)

excerpt from 'An octogenarian's personal life story' pp. 36 (78 words)

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An octogenarian's personal life story

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[William George Elliott transferred to the ranks from the Band and Drums, and was eventually promoted to Corporal. He patrolled the Atlantic during World War I and was transferred to office work in Gosport following a period in the Royal Naval Hospital due to a breakdown]

 

Being in the Band as a boy, I loved music and consequently on Sundays I spent most of my time on Southsea Pier, where invariably there was a Band giving a performance. 

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