Wars Last Goodbyes
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Chipping Sodbury Cemetery

Inscription

Also of Private Ernest Reed

Son of the above and dearly loved husband of Eva Reed of Bristol

Who was killed in action October 5th 1917

Aged 32 years

At rest, somewhere in France.

Some day our eyes shall see

The face we loved so well

Some day our hands will clasp

To never say farewell.

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Chipping Sodbury Cemetery

South Gloucestershire

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Ernest

Reed

1885

Old Sodbury, South Gloucestershire

5th October 1917

Ypres Salient, Belgium

32

Belgian Battery Corner, Ypres, Belgium

First World War

Private

1st Battalion Hertfordshire Regiment

Worcestershire Regiment

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