Wars Last Goodbyes
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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

Inscription

Also Charles William

Only and dearly loved son of the above

Called to rest at Bramshot Camp

May 30th 1918 , Aged 24 years

Mourn not for them who God hath blest

And taken to their heavenly rest

Freed from all sorrow, grief and pain

Our loss is their eternal gain

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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

North Somerset

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Charles William

Dyer

12th May 1895

Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset

30th May 1918

Died from pneumonia in No 12 Canadian General Hospital, Bramshott, Hampshire

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Milton Cemetery, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset

First World War

Private

21st (Reserve) Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force

He died after ten days in hospital, his parents visiting him every day. He had only just emigrated to Canada in 1913.

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