Wars Last Goodbyes
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Chepstow Cemetery

Inscription

Also of Joe Arnold

Their grandson

And son of Edgar and Annie Arnold

Killed in action in France

17th Oct 1915

In his 23rd year

Buried in the Soldier's Cemetery

Vermelles

Thy will be done

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Chepstow Cemetery

Monmouthshire

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Edgar Joseph George

Arnold

21st December 1892

Tidenham, Gloucestershire

17th October 1915

It seems likely that Joe was killed in action along with his comrade Gunner Percy Hoult by shellfire near La Philosophe, close to Bethune, France

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Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France

First World War

Acting Bombardier

75th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

An only son and only child - Joe was never forgotten.

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