Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Cyr Stinchcombe

Inscription

In loving memory

Of

Ernest Mallett R.E.

Chorister and Server at

Tewkesbury Abbey

Died from the effects of service

In the Great War December 16th 1923

Age 39 years.

One of the most honourable men in Gloucestershire.

 

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St Cyr Stinchcombe

Gloucestershire

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Ernest

Mallett

1884

Christchurch, Hampshire

16th December 1923

Gloucestershire

39

St Cyr churchyard, Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire

First World War

Sapper

Royal Engineers

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