Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Andrew Allensmore

Inscription

In

Ever loving & proud memory of

Capt: Elliot Blair Grasett,

28th Punjabis, Indian Army,

Killed in action

While attached to 33rd Punjabis

On the 25th Sept 1915,

At the Battle of Loos,

Gallantly & fearlessly leading his men

Into the third line of Germans trenches.

He was born in this parish

Oct:12.1888,

And was 2nd son of the Revd J.E. Grasett

For 48 years its vicar.

Who dies if England live.

Place of Inscription

St Andrew Allensmore

Herefordshire

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Elliot Blair

Grasett

12th October 1888

Allensmore, Herefordshire

1st September 1915

Loos, France

27

Neuve Chapelle Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France

First World War

Lieutenant

28th Punjabis Indian Army

33rd Punjabis Indian Army

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