Wars Last Goodbyes
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Tewkesbury Cemetery

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Also of their youngest son

Frank Ernest

Lieutenant 13th Bn K.R.R.C.

Killed in action in France

August 25th 1918

Aged 25 years

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Tewkesbury Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Frank Ernest

Hale

1893

Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire

25th August 1918

Killed instantaneaously by a machine gun bullet leading his men with several other officers near Favreuil in France

25

Bucqouy Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France

First World War

Second Lieutenant

13th Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps

Gloucestershire Regiment

Went to France with the Gloucestershire Regiment in 1915 before receiving a commission from Sergeant into the King's Royal Rifle Corps in January 1917. He was a qualified teacher and had just begun teaching at the local Council School after training at Bristol University.

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