Wars Last Goodbyes
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Holy Trinity Badgeworth

Inscription

In proud and

Loving memory of

Edward Pearce

(2/5 Glos Regt)

Only son of A.L. and E. Critchley

Killed in action August 22nd 1917

Aged 22 years

Buried in Ypres Cemetery, France

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Holy Trinity Badgeworth

Gloucestershire

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Edward Pearce

Critchley

1895

Avening, Gloucestershire

22nd August 1917

Killed by a shell on the Ypres Salient, Flanders, Belgium

22

Tyne Cot Memorial, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Sergeant

2nd/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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