Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Mary Lydney

Inscription

The entire top section of this gravestone is missing

 

Sergt. 8th Glos Regt

Who was killed in action in France

Nov 1 1916 Aged 25 years

Charles Saunders

Gunner of the Canadian Field Artillery

Who died of wounds

Sept 7 1917 Aged 29 years

Greater love hath no man than this

Place of Inscription

St Mary Lydney

Gloucestershire

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Arthur

Saunders

31st August 1891

Lydney, Gloucestershire

1st November 1916

Died in a dugout north of Ovillers, Somme when a shell hit him

25

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First World War

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8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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