Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Andrew Churcham

Inscription

In loving memory

of

Ernest, only son of

Joseph & Jane Wellington

Of the 2/4 Gloucesters

Who was wounded in France, and died

Ar Churcham October 19th 1918

Aged 25 years

Place of Inscription

St Andrew Churcham

Gloucestershire

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Ernest William

Wellington

1893

Churcham, Gloucestershire

19th October 1918

Died from pneumonia in Churcham, Gloucestershire

25

St Andrew's churchyard, Churcham, Gloucestershire

First World War

Private

2nd/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

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