Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Inscription

In

Loving memory

Of

George

The dearly beloved son of

George W. & Margaret Cambray

Who was killed in action March 12th 1915

Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends

Place of Inscription

Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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George

Cambray

1889

Newport, Monmouthshire

13th March 1915

Died of wounds at Bailleul, France

26

Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nord, France

First World War

Corporal

1st/1st Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment

Served as postman in Newport

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