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Leonard Morton Brooks

Leonard was a skilled ploughman and during the winter of 1917 he was brought back from the front to plough. Sadly he was sent back to France and became the second of William and Julia Brooks sons to be killed. Julia never recovered and died in 1920, she is buried in Upper Broughton churchyard.

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