Wars Last Goodbyes
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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

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Also of Captain E. Bertram Barnett

Son of the above

Killed at Passchendaele Oct 30 1917

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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

North Somerset

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Edwin Bertram

Barnett

1887

Newport, Monmouthshire

30th October 1917

Presumed killed in action in advance near Cameron House, Poelcapelle, Flanders in Belgium - reported wounded and missing

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Tyne Cot Memorial, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Captain

2nd/8th London Regiment (Post Office Rifles)

Attached Machine Gun Corps

His parents listed him in the Western Mail on the 12th November 1917 asking for tidings of their missing son. The mud was heavy and thick, the ground was appalling, guns became unusable quickly - and the moon shone brilliantly that night with a heavy German barrage/MG fire

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