You are quite correct, he was a candidate for PIN 71 of which I have.
Unfortunately, I'm having problems with his original attestation papers.
Early days regarding research, but I haven't managed a place of birth yet.
My man was Edward Clarke born 1873. 3787 Private 2nd Battalion KOYLI . Joined up in 1892 at Pontefract. Spent 8 months in S A then Invalided home August 1900 with the gunshot wound to his hand. I have a couple of addresses for him, but no luck on finding his attestation papers yet. Additional paperwork states he went blind in 1914 and various organisations tried to get his pension increased. Any pointers to his place of birth or census records would be very helpful.
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