Wars Last Goodbyes
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In loving memory of

Alfred Ernest

'Jack'

The dearly beloved son of

C & M Bromage

Who died Oct 31st 1916

Aged 20 years

Thy will be done

place of inscription

St Mary the Virgin Burghill

Herefordshire

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Alfred Ernest

Bromage

1896

Brinsop, Herefordshire

31st October 1916

Hereford, Herefordshire

20

St Mary's churchyard, Burghill, Herefordshire

First World War

Private

South Wales Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps

Known as Jack

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