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St Andrew Backwell

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Also Charles Ernest their son

Died of wounds Gallipoli 1916

In his 19th year

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St Andrew Backwell

Somerset

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Charles Ernest

Dyer

1897

Carhampton, Somerset

3rd January 1916

Died of wounds received in Gallipoli on board HMHS Oxfordshire in the evacuation of the peninsula

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Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta

First World War

Acting Bombardier

66th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

C Battery

The 66th RFA were one of the last off Gallipoli when troops were withdrawn in January 1916 amid ongoing heavy shelling

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