Wars Last Goodbyes
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In loving memory of

Charles Arthur Whilsmith

Late Yeoman of Signals

HMS Hindustan

Who departed this life

May 27 1917

Aged 30 years

In life beloved in death not divided

place of inscription

Astwood Cemetery Worcester

Worcestershire

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Charles Arthur

Whilsmith

25th May 1887

Haddington, North Berwick, Scotland

27th May 1917

Died as a result of suicide at Sheerness Harbour, Kent

30

Astwood Cemetery, Worcester

First World War

Yeoman of Signals

HMS Hindustan Royal Navy

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