Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Mary Wedmore

Inscription

Also sons of the above

Pte Henry Charles

6th Somerset Light Infantry

Reported missing believed killed

In France Sept. 1916

Pte Edward John

Royal Irish Regt

Reported missing belived killed

Dardenelles Aug. 1915

Pte David George

7th Somerset Light Infantry

Reported missing March 1918

Died prisoner of war May 1918

They shall not grow old

As we that are left grow old

Place of Inscription

St Mary Wedmore

Somerset

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David George

Wilmott

1896

Wedmore, Somerset

5th May 1918

Prisoner of War camp at Deville, France

23

Noyers-Pont-Maugis French National Cemetery, Ardennes, France

First World War

Private

7th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

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Wilmott

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David George

Wilmott

7th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

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First World War

Henry Charles

Wilmott

6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

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First World War

Reginald

Somers-Cocks

7th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

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