Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Michael and All Angels Lyonshall

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In loving memory

Of

Trooper Frank Cowles

Who died Sepr 10th 1915 of wounds

Received in Gallipoli August 22nd

Aged 23 years

Greater love hath no man than this

That he lay down his life for his friends

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St Michael and All Angels Lyonshall

Herefordshire

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Frank

Cowles

1892

Lyonshall, Herefordshire

10th September 1915

Died at Devonport Naval Hospital, Devon from wounds received on August 22nd 1915 at Gaba Tepe, Gallipoli (GSW right arm)

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