Wars Last Goodbyes
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St John the Baptist Edge

Inscription

In loving memory of

James Carnegy, Major

1st Battn The North Staffordshire Regt

Dearly loved youngest son of the late

Major General P.A. Carnegy Indian Army & Catherine his wife

Formerly of the Horse Pools House, Stroud

Who fell in action near La Boisselle, France

On the 3rd of July 1916 - in his 41st year

For King and Country

"Be thou faithful unto death I will give thee a crown of life" Rev 11.10

"His resting place will be glorious" Isaiah XI.10

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St John the Baptist Edge

Gloucestershire

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James

Carnegy

21st July 1876

Rangoon, Bengal, India

3rd July 1916

Killed in action near La Boisselle on the Somme, France by a sniper as he called his men onwards

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Thiepval Memorial to the Missing, Somme, France

First World War

Major

8th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment

1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment

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