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To the glory of God

and in memory of Andrew Brooks Knowles

This cross is erected by his mother

He fell in action in the great European War

June 11 1916

aged 31

Sans peur and sans reproche RIP

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St Anne Oxenhall

Gloucestershire

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Andrew Brooks

Knowles

1885

Newent, Gloucestershire

11th June 1916

Luchomo, Tanzania

31

Under a tamarind tree near Pangani, about 400 yards from the camp opposite the south end of the island in Pangani River, near Luchomo, Tanzania

Burial believed lost - Tanga European Cemetery, Tanzania

First World War

Lieutenant

Indian Army Reserve of Officers

17th Indian Cavalry

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