Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Mary Guarlford

Inscription

And his son David

Died in action 27-4-1944

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St Mary Guarlford

Worcestershire

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David Henry

Milward

1907

Malvern, Worcestershire

27th April 1944

Died at Ronkswood Emergency Hospital, Worcester

36

Birmingham Municipal Crematorium, Warwickshire

Second World War

Corporal

Royal Engineers

Commemorated on a special plaque at Birmingham Crematorium along with other war casualties

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