Wars Last Goodbyes
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St George Didbrook

Inscription

In loving memory of

Henry Hutchinson

And of his only son

John Clifforde

Killed in action 1918

Carved into the wooden pew and lecturn

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St George Didbrook

Gloucestershire

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John Clifforde

Hutchinson

1896

Brougham, Cumbria

22nd March 1918

Killed in action in an advanced position in the trench line near Mory, France when the Spring Offensive began and thousands of Germans forces attacked them. Jack was reported missing, believed killed on this date with 1 other officer and 30 of his men

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Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

First World War

Lieutenant

6th Battalion East Surrey Regiment

Attached 4th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment

Known as Jack

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