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Stratford upon Avon Cemetery

Inscription

And Fred Chivers MM

Died of wounds Sept 19 1918

Aged 37 years

Until the day breaks

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Stratford upon Avon Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Fred

Chivers

1881

Nailbridge, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

19th September 1918

Died of wounds in hospital in Le Treport probably as a result of wounds received in the action at the Battle of Drocourt-Queant Line at the beginning of September 1918

37

Mount Huon Military Cemetery, Le Treport, France

First World War

Lance Corporal

1st Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment

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