|Title||DLI First World War Soldiers, Durham Light Infantry|
|Town or Village||South Shields|
|Original Format||Black and white photograh|
|Copyright||South Tyneside Libraries|
|Further Information||Two Privates from the Durham Light Infantry. Both are wearing a single "Good Conduct" stripe on their left arms, denoting two years of good service otherwise known as "undetected crime". Bugler M P M Charlton. Bugler A Davis.
These two soldiers were related to the Braceys who were connected to Jack Wilkinson who lived in Bewick Street (No. 34) until 1937.