Wars Last Goodbyes
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Ledbury Cemetery

Inscription

Archibald Chadd

Severely wounded at

The Dardenelles

Died April 4 1921 aged 23

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Ledbury Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Archibald

Chadd

1897

Ledbury, Herefordshire

4th April 1921

Died at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire from the effects of war service - he suffered a shrapnel wound to the head, necessitating a skull plate, and a GSW to the face - it led to pulmonary tuberculosis

23

Ledbury Cemetery, Ledbury, Herefordshire

First World War

Private

1st/1st Battalion Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars

C Squadron

This stone has been replaced by a CWGC grave marker but the initial stone cross still lies in pieces on his grave - some of it is illegible 

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