Wars Last Goodbyes
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Watery Lane Cemetery Newent

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Also George Francis Baker

Lost on H.M. Submarine Regulas 1940

Aged 31 years

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Watery Lane Cemetery Newent

Gloucestershire

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George Francis Charles

Baker

13th September 1909

Gloucester, Gloucestershire

6th December 1940

HM Submarine Regulas failed to return on the 6th December 1940 back to port in Alexandria after tour in the Adriatic sea - believed that she may have hit a mine with all hands lost (53 men and officers)

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Chief Engine Room Artificer

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