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Also of Martin John Adams

Their son

Killed in action in France

Oct 11th 1916

Aged 29 years

Also of Frank Owen Adams

Their grandson

Who died of wounds

June 30th 1918

Aged 19 years

place of inscription

All Saints Viney Hill

Gloucestershire

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Frank Owen

Adams

1899

Bournville, Worcestershire

30th June 1918

Died of wounds and pneumonia South African Military Hospital, Richmond, Surrey

19

All Saints churchyard, Viney Hill, Gloucestershire

First World War

Gunner

South African Heavy Artillery South African Overseas Expeditionary Force

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First World War

Horace William

Saunders

117th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

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