Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Leominster Cemetery

Inscription

Also her son

7780 Pte Albert Edward Nicholls

1st K.S.L.I.

Who died of wounds in France Oct 10 1922

Aged 35

His life for his country

Place of Inscription

Leominster Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Albert Edward

Nicholls

1887

Leominster, Herefordshire

10th October 1922

Died in Leominster from wounds received the war (Gas and leg wound)

35

Leominster Cemetery, Leominster, Herefordshire

First World War

Private

1st Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry

Albert Nicholls died outside the window to be classified as official war dead of WWI but his memorial shows his family's opinion that their son died as a result of his war service, though not on the battlefield, his health suffered as the years went on

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