Wars Last Goodbyes
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Coleford Cemetery

Inscription

Also of Ewart F/O Fighter Pilot RAF

Dearly loved son of above

Killed on service March 31 1943

Aged 19 years 8 months

And who lies nearby

Reunited

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Coleford Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Ewart Richard

Jones

1923

Coleford, Gloucestershire

31st March 1943

Killed on active service in a Tomahawk IIB AK140

19

Coleford Cemetery, Coleford, Gloucestershire

Second World War

Flying Officer (Pilot)

231 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

His gravestone lies just in front of his parents' graves with these memoriable words

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