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To the glory of God

And in

Loving and grateful memory

Of

George S. Kaye Butterworth

And his cousin

Hugh Montagu Butterworth

Who gave their lives for their country

In

France and Flanders

1915-1916

Grandsons of the Rev. George Butterworth

Vicar of this parish

1856 – 1893

place of inscription

Priory Church of St Mary Deerhurst

Gloucestershire

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Hugh Montagu

Butterworth

1885

Saffron Walden, Essex

25th September 1915

Belgium

29

Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium

First World War

Captain

9th Battalion Rifle Brigade

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