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St Saviour Tetbury

Inscription

Also of John George

Devoted son of

Alice and the late George Lewis

Who died Novr 30th 1915

Aged 19 years

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St Saviour Tetbury

Gloucestershire

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John George

Lewis

19th September 1896

Tetbury, Gloucestershire

30th November 1915

Died in Tetbury, Gloucestershire from sickness attributed to war service - he had been discharged from service in April 1915 after being diagnosed with diabetes on arrival in Poona, India, where upon he was sent back to Netley Hospital, Southampton where he was discharged

19

St Saviour's churchyard, Tetbury, Gloucestershire

First World War

Private

2nd/4th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment

Known as Jack

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Second World War

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