Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Lawrence Mickleton

Inscription

And of their son

Frank

Died as a prisoner of war in Germany

31st March 1918 Aged 20 years

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St Lawrence Mickleton

Gloucestershire

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Frank Jonah

Edgington

5th December 1888

Mickleton, Gloucestershire

31st March 1918

Died as a prisoner of the German army and buried in a German grave at Valenciennes, France after dying in a German battlefield hospital

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Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal, Nord, France Cemetery

First World War

Private

8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Frank's identification disc was sent to one of the British war hospitals with no further information

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