Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Mary Ripple

Inscription

In

Loving Memory of

Charles

Son of Henry and Ellen Scudder

Who died Aug 6th 1917

Aged 19 years


Not in the din of the battle

Not in the war tone of strife

Peacefully quietly calmly

Went out our gallant lad's life


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St Mary Ripple

Worcestershire

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Charles

Scudder

1899

Ripple, Worcestershire

6th August 1918

Died of pneumonia at a VAD Hospital in Marlborough in Wiltshire

19

St Mary's churchyard, Ripple, Worcestershire

First World War

Private

92nd Battalion Training Reserve

447th Agricultural Company Labour Corps

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