Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Thornbury Cemetery

Inscription

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Francis James

Eldest son of the above

Who gave his life for

King & Country in Palestine

September 9th 1918

Aged 38 years

Interred at Ramleh Cemetery

Place of Inscription

Thornbury Cemetery

South Gloucestershire

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Francis James

Williams

1880

Thornbury, South Gloucestershire

9th September 1918

Ramleh, Palestine

38

Ramleh Cemetery, Israel and Palestine

First World War

Private

1073rd Mechanical Transport Company Royal Army Service Corps

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