Sergeant Charles H. Mallinder (York & Lancs)
Sergent Mallinder, of Darfield, of the 6th York and Lancaster, has been home on sick leave.
He was in the memorable Sulva Bay landing in August, 1915 and took part in several engagements. At Chocolate Hill he was wounded in both feet. After lying practically motionless for two days in a rut in the battlefield, he crawled back exhausted to the first line of trenches, where his comrades rendered first aid.
He was then conveyed to Malta Hospital.terthree months treatment he was despatched to England and has since been treated in hospitals at Eastleigh and Manchester, and in the convalescent home at Alderley Edge.