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Leominster Cemetery

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In ever loving memory of

Frank Hicks

Who died 12th Sep 1941

Aged 45 years

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Leominster Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Francis

Hicks

1896

Leominster, Herefordshire

12th September 1941

Died when a milling machine overheated and exploded killing three men

45

Leominster Cemetery, Leominster, Herefordshire

Second World War

Civilian

Civilian

Known as Frank, he worked as the overlooker of the milling station at the National Filling Station Rotherwas Royal Ordnance Factory, Lower Bullingham, Hereford

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