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St Andrew Wiveliscombe

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Frederick William Parsons R.M.L.I.

Eldest son of the above

Died of wounds as a prisoner of war in

Germany April 9th 1918 Aged 28

Duty nobly done

 

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St Andrew Wiveliscombe

Somerset

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Frederick William

Parsons

2nd September 1890

Newton Abbott, Devon

9th April 1918

Died from wounds as a prisoner of war near Denain, France

27

Denain Communal Cemetery, France

First World War

Private

2nd Royal Marine Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry

Y Battery 63rd Medium Trench Mortar Battery

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