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St Paul Tupsley

Inscription

Also 2nd Lieut Edmund Brash

Royal Welsh Fusiliers Only son of the above

Died of wounds Sept 2nd 1918

Aged 23 Buried at Varennes

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St Paul Tupsley

Herefordshire

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Edmund

Brash

31st January 1893

Elton, Cambridgeshire

2nd September 1918

Died from wounds received in action at Sailly-Saillisel at a casualty clearing station at Varennes on the Somme in France

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Varennes Military Cemetery, Somme, France

First World War

Second Lieutenant

1st/5th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Attached 13th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Herefordshire Regiment, 9th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Mortally injured in the attack by the 13th RWF at Sailly-Saillisel. Edmund was on staff at the Hereford Journal. Received a commission on the 30th October 1917 in the RWF.

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