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Individual Record

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Also of their adopted son

John S. Wildig

Who died in South Africa

Jany 9th 1901

Aged 22 years

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Astwood Cemetery Worcester

Worcestershire

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John Smith

Wildig

1878

Worcester, Worcestershire

9th January 1901

Died of disease in Bethlehem, South Africa

22

Bethlehem Cemetery, Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality, Free State, South Africa

Boer War

Sergeant

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

The grave marker in South Africa and war record for John is incorrect as it his name is listed as C J Wildig

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Barnett

First World War

John Spencer

Barnett

Royal Air Force

Wildig

Boer War

John Smith

Wildig

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

Scott

First World War

Harold James

Scott

6th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment

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