Wars Last Goodbyes
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Kimbolton (St James)

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Ellen McWilliam

Nee Yeld

3rd Aug 1879 - 12th Aug 1964

This stone was erected by her husband

In affectionate memory of

A wonderful and loving partner

During 45 years of married life


Awarded the M.B.E. as Chief Dairy Instructress

In Herefordshire during the 1914-1918 War


An indefatigable worker for

Women's Institute in Derbyshire

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Kimbolton (St James)

Herefordshire

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Ellen

McWilliam

3rd August 1879

Kimbolton, Herefordshire

12th August 1964

Oswestry, Shropshire

85 years

St James Churchyard, Kimbolton, Herefordshire

First World War

Chief Dairy Instructress for Herefordshire

Civilian

M.B.E.

Sounds like an amazing woman. There is a brilliant piece written on the Parish website about Ellen Yeld McWilliam https://www.easternparishes.org/people-of-our-parish

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