Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Warwick Cemetery

Inscription

In loving remembrance

Of

Pte A. J. Mann

31st Canadian Infantry

Who was reported missing at Courcelette

France Sepr 27th 1916

And afterwards presumed killed on that date

Aged 32 years

Also of

Pte E. W. Mann

12th Middlesex Regt

Who died in hospital at Etaples, France

Of Enteric fever Sepr 22nd 1917 and was

Buried in the military cemetery there

Aged 39 years

In their saviour's keeping

Place of Inscription

Warwick Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Albert James

Mann

18th May 1884

Warwick, Warwickshire

27th September 1916

Missing presumed killed in action west of Courcelette, France

32

Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

First World War

Private

31st Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force

2nd Canadian Division Woodcutting Unit

Albert enlisted in Canada in 1914 where he was a surveyor, arrived France 1915 and was wounded in the head in June 1916. This memorial also commemorates his brother Ernest William who died during the war. Their next of kin was their eldest brother Arthur Henry Mann, Editor of the London Evening Standard newspaper.

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