Щ R.G.A. 96455 Pte R.F.A. (DC 27/7/1915; ‘wounded in action in France’). (Belper News 30/7/1915; severely wounded by shrapnel between the shoulders. He is also suffering from pneumonia. He enlisted after the commencement and sent to France about two months ago). (SDT 25/8/16; Awarded the Military Medal in France for conspicuous bravery, by sticking to his gun after all the other men had been put out of action. SDT 12/10/17; For rescuing three wounded comrades, under heavy fire, from a dug out in a recent action, he has been awarded a bar to his medal). b 1893 Hathersage. 1911C living at Thorp Cottage (Pollycroft) Outseats, a railway labourer, son of William and Clara Green. (DC 27/3/1919 ‘At the marriage of Annie Green, Thorpe Cottage, Outseats, she was given away by her brother Sgt Arthur Green M.M.’).