Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Swithun Leonard Stanley

Inscription

In loving memory of

LCpl Alec C. Godsell

3342 2nd/5th Glos son of

William & Elizabeth Godsell

Downton Farm

Killed in action Richebourg

Sept 25th 1916 Aged 21 years

Interred in Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetry France

"He gave his life that we may live in freedom"

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St Swithun Leonard Stanley

Gloucestershire

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Alec Charles

Godsell

1895

Leonard Stanley, Gloucestershire

25th September 1916

Killed in action in trenches near Laventie, France

21

Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery, La Gorgue, France

First World War

Lance Corporal

2nd/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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