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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

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Fred Miles Chester

London Rifle Brigade

Beloved son of the above

Killed in action

August 7th 1918 Aged 18 years

"Pax et Amor"

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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Fred Miles

Chester

12th November 1899

Gosport, Hampshire

7th August 1918

Killed in action at Elverdinghe, Belgium

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Nine Elms British Cemetery, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Private

11th Battalion Essex Regiment

D Company

London Rifle Brigade

Fred enlisted underage - he was 15 and when he died he had served for 3 years and nine months

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