Wars Last Goodbyes
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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

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In

Loving

Memory of

Ed Norman

Dyer

Brecknockshire Batt S.W.B.

Aged 25

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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Edward Norman

Dyer

30th November 1916

Newport, Monmouthshire

20th May 1942

Died from an accident whilst cycling in Dorset

25

Christchurch Cemetery, Newport, Monmouthshire

Second World War

Private

1st Battalion South Wales Borderers

Served with the 1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers

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