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In loving memory of

Henry Croome Jackman

2nd Lieut. 9th Batt. The Buffs East Kent Regiment

Beloved and only son of James Croome Jackman (of Breadstone)

Departed this life Nov. 28th 1915

Aged 20 years

“Make him to be numbered with thy Saints in glory everlasting”

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Berkeley Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Henry Croome

Jackman

1895

Wandsworth, Surrey

28th November 1915

Shoreham, Kent

20

Berkeley Cemetery, Gloucestershire

First World War

Second Lieutenant

9th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Lincolnshire Regiment

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