Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Hereford Cemetery

Inscription

Two Bulmer brothers - one who died in WW1 and one WW2

In ever loving memory of

Edward Charles

Bulmer

Flight Lieut R.A.F.

Who gave his life in saving others

June 1st 1944 aged 36

Greater love hath no man than

This that a man lay down his

Life for his friends

On other side

In loving memory of

Geoffrey Percival

Bulmer M.C.

Lieut. K.S.L.I. att. R.F.C.

Who gave his life in the war

Feb. 15th 1918, aged 22

"So he passed over, and all the

Trumpets sounded for him on

The other side"

Place of Inscription

Hereford Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Geoffrey Percival

Bulmer

1895

Hereford, Herefordshire

15th February 1918

Death caused by strain of war in London

22

Hereford Cemetery, Hereford, Herefordshire

First World War

Lieutenant

15 Training Squadron Royal Flying Corps

King's Shropshire Light Infantry

Military Cross

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