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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Inscription

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In ever affectionate memory of

Alfred Searle

Who was killed by enemy action

1st July 1941

Place of Inscription

Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Alfred Angelo

Searle

28th March 1861

Sidmouth, Devon

1st July 1941

Killed by enemy action when a parachute bomb landed on his house Gaerwood, Kensington Place, Newport killing him and his housekeeper

80

Christchurch Cemetery, Newport, Monmouthshire

St George's Chapel, Westminster Abbey, London

Second World War

Civilian

Civilian

His unidentified remains were buried with several others

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