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Titley (St Peter)

Inscription

In loving memory of

Charles Percy Gwyer of Eywood

Captain, The Welch Regiment

Who was killed in action

On 8th August 1915

In the assault of Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli

Aged 32 years


"Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori"

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Titley (St Peter)

Herefordshire

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Charles Percy

Gwyer

30th August 1883

London

8th August 1915

Killed in action in the advance at Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli

32

Helles Memorial, Gallipoli

First World War

Captain

8th Battalion Welsh Regiment

His brother Cyril has a memorial directly below inside the church as he was killed in 1918. His nephew Geoffrey is also memorialised on a separate memorial who was killed during the Second World War in 1943.

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Second World War

Geoffrey Charles Francis

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6th Battalion Grenadier Guards

Gwyer

First World War

Cyril

Gwyer

2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards

Gwyer

First World War

Charles Percy

Gwyer

8th Battalion Welsh Regiment

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