Wars Last Goodbyes
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Brecon Cemetery

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In proud

And loving memory

Of his son

Lieut E. D. Jones (Pilot) R.A.F.

Reported missing presumed killed in action

In France 2 April 1918 aged 19

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Brecon Cemetery

Brecknockshire

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Ernest David

Jones

5th March 1899

Brecon, Brecknockshire

3rd April 1918

Reported missing presumed killed in action - later reported shot down with one other in RE8 A3868 over Hill 104 near Moreuil, France by the Red Baron - von Richthofen

19

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