Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Pauls Churchyard Parkend

Inscription

To the glory of God

And in loving memory of

Eddie Vimpany

South Wales Borderers

Eldest son of

Thornton Richard

And Emma Vimpany

Of Whitecroft

Who was killed in action

Near Ypres, Belgium

On Aug 8th 1917

Aged 20 years

"To live in hearts we leave behind

is not to die" RIP

Place of Inscription

St Pauls Churchyard Parkend

Gloucestershire

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Edmund T.

Vimpany

1897

West Dean, Gloucestershire

8th August 1917

Belgian Chateau, Ypres, Belgium

20

Belgian Battery Corner, Ypres, Belgium

First World War

Private

6th Battalion South Wales Borderers

Known as Eddie

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