SUNDERLAND, Albert Arthur MC

ß ă Щ 36057 Pte Notts & Derbys, 104222 Pte Machine Gun Corps.  (HPN 30/12/1916; Cpl Albert Sunderland Sherwood Foresters, visited his home in Hathersage last week). He was at Ypres and was badly scarred from being blown into barbed wire in the trenches. 2/Lt 8 Tank Corps. (DC 21/9/1918; ‘Lt A Sunderland is home on leave this week from France’). Awarded M.C. London Gazette; promoted to Temp Lt 3/5/1919. Allowed assumed rank of Capt on demob.  b 1889 St Peter’s Parish, Sheffield. Brother of Fred & Mabel. Lived at Bell House, Hathersage. Jan 1916, married Edith Furniss, daughter of the landlord of the Bell Inn & the Scotsman‘s Pack. His parents were tenants of the Ordnance Arms Hotel. On demob, he and Edith lived on Mayfield Terrace for three weeks, (where they decorated and fitted it out completely for £300), before becoming landlord himself of the Scotsman’s Pack Inn.