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In cherished memory of

Joseph H. E. Lewis

Cadet R.F.C.

Dearly loved son of

H.C. and E.L. Lewis

Who died at Sandgate Military Hospital

October 1st 1918

In his 18th year

"I am his and he is mine for ever"

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Gloucester Old Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Joseph Henry Edwin

Lewis

20th October 1900

Gloucester, Gloucestershire

1st October 1918

Died of pneumonia ten days after joining up at Bevan Military Hospital, Sandgate, Kent

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Gloucester Old Cemetery, Gloucester

First World War

Cadet

8th Cadet Wing Royal Air Force

Known as Harry

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