Hi Jenny Just what is required, slightly confused with Clethro and Clithero. Is Harry (of the 3 brothers) Clithero on the 1911 census? I cant see any records for Harry (your husbands grandfather) to show his military service Stuart
On http://www.sheffieldsoldierww1.co.uk/ we have records of upwards of 31000 Sheffield men who fought in WW1. Many men still go unrecorded, many just came back and settled back into normal life, some came back and suffered for many years. Sapper Stanley Clayton died 18/4/2000 at the age of 105, was he Sheffield's last Tommy. Do you know anybody who survived him? Did you have a relative who fought in WW1 and survived the war? Did you have a relative who died in WW1?
My paternal Great grandfather owned a hairdressers shop on Pond Street in Sheffield, my Grandmother always told stories of how her father was presumed dead in France and turned up injured some time later, he survived the war and lived into the 1950's, I cannot find any listings for the surname Seffers, the surname is German and he was the son of a German speaking mother, can you help .