Wars Last Goodbyes
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Alcester Cemetery

Inscription

Also Arthur son of the above

Killed in the Great War

Sept 27th 1917 Aged 25 years

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Alcester Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Arthur

Gallimore

31st October 1891

Alcester, Warwickshire

27th September 1917

Died from wounds at a casualty clearing station at Lijssenthoek in Belgium. Wounds probably received in the attack on the 27th September in the attempted advance on Zonnebeke Lake

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Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Corporal

2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Wounded in 1916, served as an instructor before returning to the front. He worked as a footman at Branches Park, Cowlinge in Suffolk where he is remembered on the war memorial in the village and church

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