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St John the Baptist Charlton

Inscription

To the glory of God

In memory of Charles Henry George Howard 20th Earl of Suffolk & 13th Earl of Berkshire G.C. BSc.

Who with unselfish devotion faced and met his death

In the course of his duties as a Scientific Research Officer Bomb Disposal Unit

May 12th 1941

Also holding in remembrance those who went with him

This window is placed here by his wife

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St John the Baptist Charlton

Wiltshire

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Charles Henry George

Howard, 20th Earl of Suffolk and 13th Earl of Berkshire

2nd March 1906

Malmesbury, Wiltshire

12th May 1941

Erith Marshes, Hertfordshire

35

St John the Baptist churchyard, Charlton, Wiltshire

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