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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

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Lieut A. B. Lancaster

Fell in action in France April 11th 1918

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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

North Somerset

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Arnold Busk

Lancaster

1891

Redland, Bristol

11th April 1918

Possibly mortally wounded by high velocity shell at Neuf Berquin which hit the battalion killing and injuring many men - Arnold then died of wounds at one of the casualty clearing stations at Haverskerque

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Haverskerque British Cemetery, Nord, France

First World War

Second Lieutenant

29th Battalion Machine Gun Corps

1/14th (County of London) Battalion (London Scottish)

MIlitary Medal

Commissioned into the MGC on 25th April 1917 as Second Lieutenant - he had served since November 1914 with the London Scottish

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