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Also Frederick

Third son of the above

Killed in action at Mesnil

April 6th 1916 Aged 20

Also Charles

Eldest son of the above

Died while a prisoner of war in Germany

Oct 8th 1918 Aged 27

place of inscription

Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Charles William

Wixcey

5th June 1891

Newport, Monmouthshire

8th October 1918

Died at a prisoner of war camp hospital at Sains-du-Nord, France from pneumonia - information about his death was received by his family from his comrade and friend in a letter home

27

Sains-du-Nord Communal Cemetery, France

St Souplet British Cemetery, France

First World War

Private

11th Battalion Cheshire Regiment

2nd Battalion Welsh Regiment

Died as a prisoner of war and was buried at Sains-du-Nord Communal Cemetery but whose grave was lost and is now commemorated by special memorial at St Souplet - he was listed missing on the 20th April 1918 and listed as POW at Limburgh and Stendal POW camp in Germany

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Wixcey

First World War

Charles William

Wixcey

11th Battalion Cheshire Regiment

Wixcey

First World War

William Frederick

Wixcey

2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers

Bastick

Second World War

Kenneth Samuel

Bastick

150 Army Field Regiment Royal Artillery

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