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Burrington (Holy Trinity)

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And their son Lce Cpl Albert Bernard

Died of wounds in France Nov 17 1917 Aged 24

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Burrington (Holy Trinity)

Somerset

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Albert Bernard

Weeks

1893

Priddy, Somerset

17th November 1917

Died of wounds probably at the 8th Casualty Clearing Station which was stationed at Duisans where Albert is buried. His battalion was in the front line trenches at the Chemical Works near Arras when they were hit badly with many deaths, wounds and evacuations. It was here that Albert was hurt.

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Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, France

First World War

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2nd/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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4th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

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