Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Laurence Taynton

Inscription

Also of Charles Arthur

City of London Guards

Dearly loved husband of Helena Ponting

who died October 21st 1918 aged 40 years

 

Oh teach me from my heart to say thy will be done

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St Laurence Taynton

Gloucestershire

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Charles Arthur

Ponting

1879

Taynton, Gloucestershire

21st October 1918

Britain

40

Taynton Churchyard, Gloucestershire

First World War

City of London Guards

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