Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Laurence Taynton

Inscription

Charles Franklin Nurse, RGA

Son of the above

who died on active service at Jerusalem

June 10th 1918 aged 37 years

Buried on the Mount of Olives

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St Laurence Taynton

Gloucestershire

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Charles Franklin

Nurse

1882

Weston, Somerset

10th June 1918

Jerusalem

37

Jerusalem War Cemetery

First World War

Gunner

Royal Garrison Artillery

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