links are to transcripts or more information elsewhere on this
 The Regimental diary, WO 95/3025/3,
2/6 Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire
Regiment), Nov 1914 - Feb 1916, is now held by the National Archive.
 There is more
information about Harry Douglas. Begin with:
i. Church Organ Recitals
given by Harry Douglas, 1906-36
ii. Smedley's Hydro, 1906-7
iii. Smedley's Hydro during the
First World War
iv. Smedley's Hydro, The Inter-War
v. Also use Find a Name to
 This is thought to be him, although
a picture of a man with somewhat different features is published
in British Army, De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour 1914-1918 (available
on FindMyPast). There is more information about F. D. Stones on Matlock's
WW1 Casualties Not Listed on the Memorial
 There is another
picture of both C. A. Brown and E. M. Jellicoe standing outside
the Empire Hotel - see VLA9750 -
plus more information.
Courier", 14 November 1914.
 "Sheffield Daily Telegraph",
12 November 1914. "Private H. Douglas, of Matlock, has received
a position Second-Lieutenant the newly-formed Reserve Territorial
Battalion of the 6th Notts and Derby ..."
 "The London
Gazette" (supplement), 18 Nov 1914.
 Obituary for
Harry Douglas printed in the "Derbyshire Times",
7 Jan 1955. With thanks to his grand daughter, Jane Leslie.
 "Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal",
10 July 1915.
 Beresford, Charles (2007) "The Bath
at War, A Derbyshire Community and the Great War". Country
Books/Ashridge Press. ISBN 978 1 901214 91 8.
 "Belper News", 20 April
1917. Captain Douglas sent a telegram to Mrs. Crowder,
who also lived on Cavendish Road, about her wounded son. Private
James Crowder, then aged about 24, had been assistant chef at Smedleys
and had also served in Ireland.