Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Inscription

Also of Hubert Gerald

Aged 25 years

Youngest son of the above

Who died March 12th 1919

At Dykebar War Hospital, Scotland

From wounds received in action

Late B.E.F. France

His warfare o'er, his battle fought

His victory won, tho deadly bought

His heart was good, his spirit brave

His resting place, his mother's grave

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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Hubert Gerald

Bayliss

1894

Ennis, Co Clare, Ireland

12th March 1919

Died from wounds received in action at Dykebar War Hospital, Scotland

25

Christchurch Cemetery, Newport, Wales

First World War

Driver

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