Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Bartholomew Ashperton

Inscription

In loving memory of

Edward Guy Pritchett

Lieut. Herefords Regt attached 6th K. S. L. I.

Of Pridewood, Ashperton, only son of Edward and Mary Eleanor Pritchett

of The Castle, Munsley

Killed in action in France May 16th 1918, aged 31

Leaving a widow and a six year old daughter

“And should you cry ‘what of the lost and gone?’

Shall all their memory be buried deep,

Their sacrifice in victory be forgot?

Peace, doubting heart, for see, where soft they sleep,

A starry heaven of forget-me-not!”

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St Bartholomew Ashperton

Herefordshire

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Edward Guy

Pritchett

1886

Munsley, Herefordshire

16th May 1918

St Quentin, Somme, France

32

Arras Memorial, France

First World War

Lieutenant

1st/1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment

6th Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry

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