Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Stratford upon Avon Cemetery

Inscription

Also of

Pte Frank Cobb

102nd Batt. Canadians

Son in law of the above

Killed in action in Flanders

November 18 1917


Also of

CQMS Harry Gold Symington MM

6th Somerset's Light Infantry

Son of the above

Died October 17 1918

Interred at Arnos Vale Cemetery Bristol


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Stratford upon Avon Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Harry Gold

Symington

1877

Leamington, Warwickshire

17th October 1918

Died of disease at the 2nd Southern Military General Hospital, Southmead in Bristol - he was apparently taken sick in the earlier June 1918 when the battalion returned from the front for re-organisation

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Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol

First World War

Company Quarter Master Sergeant

6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

Military Medal

His brother-in-law is also remembered on this memorial. Harry is not buried at Arnos Vale but remembered on a panel. Harry was awarded the Military Medal as a Corporal with the 6th SLI in December 1916.

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