Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Monmouth Cemetery

Inscription

Also of his brother Douglas St George

2nd Lieut Sherwood Foresters

Killed in action 23 Oct 1917

Aged 25 Buried in Flanders

Let not your heart be troubled John 14.1

 

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Monmouth Cemetery

Monmouthshire

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Douglas St George

Pettigrew

8th August 1892

Tramore, Co Waterford, Ireland

23rd October 1917

Mortally wounded attacking German pillboxes near Gheluvelt, Belgium and died the following morning at No 10 Casualty Clearing Station

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Lijssenthoek Military Cementery, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Second Lieutenant

17th Battalion Sherwood Foresters

14th Battalion Sherwood Foresters

Severely wounded at Thiepval on the Somme in October 1916 and had applied to join the Royal Flying Corps

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