Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Great Malvern Cemetery

Inscription

In

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Arthur Edwin Kite

Killed in France

March 28th 1918 aged 40

NB His brother Leonard Christopher Kite died in 1923 - he also served but with the Coldstream Guards and was discharged after receiving a GSW to his right thigh that ended with an amputation. He is buried and remembered here but is not official war dead

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Great Malvern Cemetery

Worcestershire

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Arthur Edwin

Kite

1879

Poolbrook, Malvern, Worcestershire

28th March 1918

Died of wounds at a Casualty Clearing Station in Namps-au-Val, Somme, France following the events of the Spring Offensive - the 13th Glosters were retreating in the area around Harbonnieres

40

Namps-au-Val British Cemetery, Somme, France

First World War

Private

13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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