Report in the Whitchurch Herald 8th February 1919 regarding the death of James Henry Simon
"Many readers will remember James Henry Simon, who worked at the Showrooms in Whitchurch before the War. He joined the Kings Shropshire Light Infantry in the first weeks of the war, and was taken prisoner in the 1918 March offensive. His uncle, Mr G Simon, of Willaston, Caverhall, has received official word that he died at Stendal, in Germany on or about his 21st birthday last June, the cause of his death was stated as Tuberculosis In the earlier part of the year he was at home on leave and looking as fit as ever, it says something for the treatment he must have received afterwards."
Whitchurch Herald 8th February 1919