ß Щ He lied on his application form to the TA as 34 years old in 1909 (he was 37 and the age limit for the TA was 38, and they had to sign on for 4 years).  According to Herbert’s Pension Record he originally served 1102 Pte 6 Bn Notts & Derbys. He re-joined 331291 1/6 Notts & Derbys, (DC 27/7/1915 Wounded). Herbert was wounde by shrapnel in his abdomen in France 19/7/1915. He was shipped home 2/8/1915. (HPN 30/12/1916; ‘Pte Herbert Schofield, Sherwood Foresters, visited his home in Hathersage last week’). He spent the duration of the war in the UK until his discharge 10/10/1917 as unfit for further duties.  b 1872 Hathersage. 1911C; living at The Dale, Hathersage, son of Charlotte Schofield, (née Wiggett), widow, of The Dale, Hathersage. His father was Robert Schofield who died in 1904. Despite his wounds, Herbert lived to be 80, dying in 1953.