Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Mary Codford St Mary

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In loving memory of

My comrade

No 1870 Cpl A. E. Button

51st Batt A.I.F.

"Thy will be done"

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St Mary Codford St Mary

Wiltshire

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Albert James

Button

1892

Melbourne, Australia

23rd November 1916

Killed accidentally in a training bomb explosion at No 4 Camp, Codford and confirmed dead at No 3 New Zealand Hospital, Codford

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St Mary's churchyard, Codford St Mary, Wiltshire

First World War

Corporal

51st Battalion Australian Imperial Force

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