Report in the Whitchurch Herald 19th May 1917 regarding the death of Horace Bruckshaw
"Horace Bruckshaw killed in action April 28th 1917. He joined soon after the war began in the Autumn of 1914, and has seen over two years of very strenuous fighting, with two intervals of illness from fever. He was recommended the Distinguished Conduct Medal for his bravery in the Dardanelles, and after leaving Gallipoli, he was drafted to Salonica and later to France via Marseilles.
During this time he had one weeks leave, arriving home just before Christmas 1916, when he married Phoebe Holliday in Stockport Cheshire"
Whitchurch Herald 20th January 1917