Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Mary the Virgin Eardisland

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Also Hugh J. Lewis

Sgt 25th R. W. F. B. E. F.

Son of above

Killed in action March 11 1918

Aged 27 years

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St Mary the Virgin Eardisland

Herefordshire

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Hugh James

Lewis

1889

Glasbury on Wye, Brecknockshire

11th March 1918

Died of injuries received in action at the advanced dressing station for the 231st Brigade in Palestine during the last days of the Battle of Tell 'Asur

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Jerusalem Memorial, Israel and Palestine

First World War

Sergeant

25th (Montgomeryshire and Welch Horse Yeomanry) Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

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