Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Michael Abenhall

Inscription

George Francis

Pilot Officer R.A.F.

Dearly loved son of

Capt and Mrs H. H. Wadeson

Killed in action July 5 1941

Aged 21 years

"He died that we might live"

Place of Inscription

St Michael Abenhall

Gloucestershire

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George Francis

Wadeson

1919

India

5th July 1941

Kent

21

St Michael chuchyard, Abenhall, Gloucestershire

Second World War

Pilot Officer

106 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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