Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Brecon Cemetery

Inscription

Also of

C.S.M. Aaron Letton

1st S.W.B. their son

Killed in action at

Passchendaele Ridge

10th Nov 1917, Aged 32 years

Duty nobly done

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Brecon Cemetery

Brecknockshire

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Aaron

Letton

1885

Watton, Brecon, Brecknockshire

10th November 1917

Killed in action during the events of the attack from Irish Farm towards Valour Farm on Passchendaele Ridge; got caught in their own barrage, got heavily encircled by the Germans on three sides - casualties were extremely heavy, 10 officers and over 500 other ranks killed or wounded including Aaron

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Tyne Cot Memorial, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Company Sergeant Major

1st Battalion South Wales Borderers

A Company

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