139 James Albert Pasfield

 

139  James Albert Pasfield

Scott Wilson, fellow writer, and researcher has kindly shared his story written about “original” 139  James Albert Pasfield.

Scott details the circumstance of how he came to write about James Pasfield and brings his story back to life.

“In late 2014 I had a story published that I had written about 160 Driver Percy Thompson’s experiences around the Ypres Salient in late 1917. Shortly afterwards I was contacted by Greg Pasfield, a grandson of 139 Sergeant James Albert Pasfield. Greg told me of his grandfather and two uncles who had all served with the 1st field Company Engineers during the course of the war.

Later Greg supplied many photos of the brothers and other details and I agreed to write about their experiences during the war. The stories that follow are a record of their service during the war and I would like to thank Greg for the use of photographs and other information.” – Scott Wilson

Follow this link to the James Pasfield Story

 Acknowledgements:

All photos are and remain the property of the Pasfield Family.

Story © Scott Wilson 2016

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