Sergeants Davey and Worley: From Edmund Blunden's Minute Book.

University Of Oxford First World War Poetry Digital Archive
Photograph of Sergeants Frank Worley, who became Edmund Blunden's much admired NCO and life-long friend, who inspired the poem 'Come On, My Lucky Lads', ran a fish shop in Worthing after the war, and died in 1954, and Davey, who was a friend and officer's servant in the army. Edmund notes that the men are pictured '(with a backcloth of Ypres, supplied at Poperinghe, early '17.)' The book was compiled by Blunden with the intention...