Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Helen Alveston

Inscription

Also of Charles Edward R.M.L.I.

Their third son, died at Malta Dec'r 30th

1915, of wounds received in action

Aged 36 years.

20 years soldier and hero

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St Helen Alveston

South Gloucestershire

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Charles Edward

Saxton

1879

Alveston, South Gloucestershire

30th December 1915

Malta

36

Malta Cappucini Naval Cemetery, Malta

First World War

Private

2nd Royal Marine Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry

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