Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Andrew Stogursey

Inscription

In loving memory of

Edward John Browning

6th S.L.I.

Youngest son of 

J and A Browning

Of Colepool Farm, died at 

Purdysburn Military Hospital Belfast

July 9th 1919

aged 21 years

At rest

Place of Inscription

St Andrew Stogursey

Somerset

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Edward John

Browning

1899

Stogursey, Somerset

9th July 1919

Purdysburn Military Hospital, Belfast

19

St Andrew, Stogursey, Somerset

First World War

Private

6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

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