Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Tewkesbury Cemetery

Inscription

Also F. T. Raggatt E.R.A. R.N.

Dearly loved son of the above

Who died November 18th 1919

Aged 22 years

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Tewkesbury Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Frederick Thomas

Raggatt

30th April 1893

Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire

18th November 1919

Died of enteric fever in Tredington Hospital, Gloucestershire

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Tewkesbury Cemetery, Gloucestershire

First World War

Engine Room Artificer

Royal Navy

Not remembered by the CWGC due to the fact that Frederick died after being discharged for eyesight problems and he is thought to have suffered a leg injury just after the Armistice. His family always thought that his war service led to his death.

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