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Individual Record

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In affectionate

Remembrance of

Alec G. Malcolm

Graham

Capt Worcestershire Regt

Who fell at Le Touret France

22 December 1914 fighting

For King and Country

"Who dies if England lives"

place of inscription

St James the Great Dursley

Gloucestershire

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Alec George Malcolm

Graham

1872

Dursley, Gloucestershire

22nd December 1914

Killed in action on the outskirts of Le Touret, France when the regiment was attacked by bombs and enfilade fire

42

Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

First World War

Major

6th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

Attached 1st Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

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