Wars Last Goodbyes
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Great Malvern Cemetery

Inscription

In loving memory of

Alan Charles Lorraine Bate

Capt. Royal Garrison Artillery (T.)

Who died in the service of his country

Oct 25 1918 aged 25 years

"Eternal rest grant him O Lord and

May light perpertual shine upon him"

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Great Malvern Cemetery

Worcestershire

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Alan Charles Lorraine

Bate

1893

Sevenoaks, Kent

25th October 1918

Died of pneumonia in Winchester whilst on service at Horse Sand Fort in the Solent off Portsmouth with the Royal Garrison Artillery

25

Great Malvern Cemetery, Malvern, Worcestershire

First World War

Captain

Hampshire Battery Royal Garrison Artillery

Relief of Royal Garrison Artillery on cross now broken

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