Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Peter ad Vincula Tibberton

Inscription

In

Proud and loving memory of

David James Thomas

Signaller Royal Warwickshire Regt

Eldest son of

James and Martha Thomas

Of Evelench in this parish

Who died of wounds received in action

In the Great War

April 15th 1918 Aged 20 years

Buried at Iseghem in Belgium

Greater love hath no man than this

That a man lay down

His life for his friends

Place of Inscription

St Peter ad Vincula Tibberton

Worcestershire

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David James

Thomas

1898

Llandysiliogogo, Ceredigion

15th April 1918

Died of wounds at Iseghem in Belgium

20

Harlebeke New British Cemetery, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Private

10th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Worcestershire Regiment

Originally buried in by the German forces in Iseghem German extension cememtery

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