Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

All Saints Yatesbury

Inscription

Lieut. John Thomas

Gibson R.F.C.

Son of

Alexander and Charlotte Gibson

Born on Feb 28th 1888

At Marysville York County

New Brunswick Canada

Killed in active service

At Yatesbury Eng on Feb 10th 1918

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All Saints Yatesbury

Wiltshire

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John Thomas

Gibson

28th February 1888

Marysville, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

10th February 1918

Killed in an aircraft crash after making a sharp turn, loss speed and crashed causing a fractured skull.

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All Saints churchyard, Yatesbury, Wiltshire

First World War

Lieutenant

Royal Flying Corps

Canadian Royal Flying Corps

Memorial on his father's grave in Alexander Gibson Memorial Cemetery, Marysville, York County, New Brunswick, Canada.

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