Wars Last Goodbyes
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Warwick Cemetery

Inscription

Also of her husband

Sergt David John Wright

Killed in France Oct 4 1917

Aged 39 years

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Warwick Cemetery

Warwickshire

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David John

Wright

1884

Hackney, London

4th October 1917

Killed in action near Reutelbeek, Belgium in support of an advance - 150 other ranks were killed that day - caused by heavy shellfire and gunfire

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