Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Mary Yate

Inscription

In loving memory of

Lance Sergeant A. F. Cater 1st Canadians

and

Lance Corporal Hubert Cater 1st Canadians

Both killed in France Sept 22nd 1916.

Aged 23 and 21 years.

All of this parish and the beloved sons of J. and S. Cater

Place of Inscription

St Mary Yate

South Gloucestershire

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Hubert

Cater

1895

Yate, South Gloucestershire

22nd September 1916

Courcelette, Somme, France

21

Vimy Memorial, France

First World War

Lance Corporal

1st Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force

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