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St Bartholomew Much Marcle

Inscription

Also of Arthur

Youngest son of the above

(Of the Royal Navy)

Died May 11 1915

Aged 17 years

Buried at Alexandria

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St Bartholomew Much Marcle

Herefordshire

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Arthur

Jones

24th June 1898

Blakemere, Herefordshire

11th May 1915

On board HMT Franconia after suffering gun shot wounds to back

17

Buried at Sea in the Mediterranean

Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon

First World War

Able Seaman

Hood Battalion Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

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