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Chipping Norton Cemetery

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Also in loving memory of

Creswicke Franklin

Son of the above

Killed in France April 6 1917 aged 19 years

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Chipping Norton Cemetery

Oxfordshire

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Harry Creswicke

Franklin

25th January 1898

Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

6th April 1917

Killed in action with several members of the 184th Light Trench Mortar Battery probably in the Good Friday attack at Soyecourt, Somme, France

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First World War

Private

2nd/4th Battalion Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry

Attached 184th Light Trench Mortar Battery 184th Brigade, 61st Division

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