Wars Last Goodbyes
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Kington Cemetery

Inscription

Also their elder son

Alfred Lewis Davies-Lancaster

Passed away

At Paddington War Hospital

March 23rd 1919

Aged 39 years

Interred below

He gave his life for his country

"Make them to be numbered with

Thy saints in glory everlasting"

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Kington Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Alfred Lewis Davies

Lancaster

1880

Kington, Herefordshire

23rd March 1919

Died after discharge at Paddington War Hospital, London suffering from tuberculosis

39

Kington Cemetery, Kington, Herefordshire

First World War

Private

621st Mechanical Transport Company Royal Army Service Corps

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