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Chipping Norton Cemetery

Inscription

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Fred Knibbs

Son of the above killed in action

Interred in France

"God giveth his beloved sleep"

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Chipping Norton Cemetery

Oxfordshire

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Frederick

Knibbs

15th April 1889

Over Norton, Oxfordshire

28th September 1915

Died of wounds at No.2 Canadian General Hospital, Le Treport, France received at Loos

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Le Treport Military Cemetery, Seine-Maritime, France

First World War

Lance Corporal

9th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

B Company

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