Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Pershore Cemetery

Inscription

Also of Francis John Panter

Who died in St John's Military

Hospital, Barry Island

11th June 1919 Aged 37 years

Thy will be done

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Pershore Cemetery

Worcestershire

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Francis John

Panter

1882

Pershore, Worcestershire

11th June 1919

St John's Military Hospital, Barry Island, Wales from tuberculosis

37

Pershore Cemetery, Pershore, Worcestershire

First World War

Private

Labour Corps

The King's (Liverpool) Regiment

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