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Individual Record

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Also of their son

John Spencer

(Of the Royal Air Force)

Died Nov 6th 1918

Aged 35 years


His name liveth for evermore

place of inscription

Astwood Cemetery Worcester

Worcestershire

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John Spencer

Barnett

1883

Worcester, Worcestershire

6th November 1918

Died in Coventry from pneumonia

35

Astwood Cemetery, Worcester, Worcestershire

First World War

Air Mechanic 1st Class

Royal Air Force

His sister died a few days after

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