Wounded - Private Harold Pettitt

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Mrs. Pettitt, Napier-street, has now received particulars of the wounds received by her son, Private Harold Pettitt (13939). Private Pettitt, it may be remembered was wounded in the leg on July 1st, and after recovery rejoined his Battalion. He has now been wounded in the head, with the result that he is lying in an Exeter hospital suffering from a compound fracture of the skull.