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St Michael and All Angels Mansel Lacy

Inscription

To the Glory of God

and in loving memory of

Captain Arthur George McCausland Burn

2nd Bn East Surrey Regiment

attached 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment

only son of

Lieut-Colonel A. G. Burn, Indian Army and Katherine, his wife

born 22nd December 1882. Killed in action near

Gheluvelt, Flanders at the First Battle of Ypres

29th October 1914

Pro Rege et Patria

Requiscat in Pace

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St Michael and All Angels Mansel Lacy

Herefordshire

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Arthur George McCausland

Burn

22nd December 1882

Dorunda, Chota Nagpore, India

29th October 1914

Killed in action near Gheluvelt as D Company, Arthur's company was asked to advance and meet the German attack

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Menin Gate, Ypres, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Captain

2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment

Attached 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, D Company

On leave when war broke out, ordered to report to 1st Glosters for action

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