Wars Last Goodbyes
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Evesham Cemetery

Inscription

Sacred to the memory of

Pte John Allchurch

Worcestershire Regt

Died of wounds in NW Europe

July 30th 1944 Aged 24

Greater love hath no man than this

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Evesham Cemetery

Worcestershire

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John

Allchurch

1920

Evesham, Worcestershire

30th July 1944

Died of wounds received in action near Martragny in Normandy (SE of Bayeux) France. The 1st Battalion Worcesters were in the region west of Caen where they were attempting to advance as part of brigades on Hill 112 and the villages of Mouen and Baron-sur-Odon near the river.

24

Ryes War Cemetery, Bazenville, France

Second World War

Private

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

It is said that John served in the same regiment that his father did in the First World War

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