Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Coleford Cemetery

Inscription

Also of Frederick S. Jones beloved son

Who was killed in action in France Aug 23 1918 Aged 25

He died so we might might live

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Coleford Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Frederick Sidney Vaughan

Jones

1893

Richmond, Surrey

23rd August 1918

Killed in action in the attack by the 1st Essex at Achiet-le-Grand to take the German line and the railway line where they were entrenched with machine guns every 10 metres

25

Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France

First World War

Private

1st Battalion Essex Regiment

Royal Flying Corps

Over 80 men were lost from the 1st Essex on the 23rd August 1918

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