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Joseph R.A.M.C. killed in France

Aug 16 1916 Aged 24

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St John the Evangelist Cinderford

Gloucestershire

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Joseph

Mountjoy

1892

Cinderford, Gloucestershire

16th August 1916

Died of wounds at one of the casualty clearing stations near Bailleul, France

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Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France

First World War

Private

2nd Cavalry Division Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps

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