Wars Last Goodbyes
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St James Badsey

Inscription

Also of Corpl John Sydney Cull MMG

Died in Mesopotamia 25th Oct 1918

Aged 27 years

"For your tomorrow, I gave my today"

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St James Badsey

Worcestershire

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John Sydney

Cull

1890

Badsey, Worcestershire

25th October 1918

Died of influenza in Bijar, Iran

27

Bijar Machine Gun Cemetery, Iran

Tehran Memorial, Iran

First World War

Private

15th Squadron Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry)

Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars

John was orignally buried at Bijar Cemetery in Iran but the graves appears to have been lost back in the 1920s

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