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Also of my dear husband

Albert Henry Hyett

(Son of the above)

Who was killed in action at Salonica

Oct. 25th 1917 Aged 29 years

Interred at Osman Kamila, Salonica

We cannot Lord thy purpose see

But all is good that does by thee

His duty nobly done

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St Mary Lydney

Gloucestershire

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Albert Henry

Hyett

1888

Lydney, Gloucestershire

25th October 1917

Killed in action in the Salonika campaign

29

Struma Military Cemetery, Greece

First World War

Private

2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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