Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

Inscription

Also his only son

Q. M. Sergt. Harry P. Bonsor 6th S.L.I.

Killed in action in the Great War at Ypres

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Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

North Somerset

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Harry Payne

Bonsor

1885

Market Harborough, Leicestershire

28th September 1915

Killed when a 17 inch German exploded - he was in Ypres at the time working at Brigade HQ due to his skills as a surveyor and draughtsman

30

Ypres Town Cemetery Extension, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Quartermaster Sergeant

6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry

The cross is broken on this memorial

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