Wars Last Goodbyes
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Great Malvern Cemetery

Inscription

Also Charley

The beloved and eldest son of the above

Who fell asleep in France June 21st 1916

Aged 22 while serving his King and Country

Peace Perfect Peace

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Great Malvern Cemetery

Worcestershire

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Charles John

Rimmer

1894

Malvern, Worcestershire

21st June 1916

Died of pneumonia at Le Havre, France in one of the hospitals

22

Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, France

First World War

Driver

241st Brigade Royal Field Artillery

B Battery

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