Wars Last Goodbyes
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Monmouth Cemetery

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Leonard Martin

April 20th 1915 aged 21 years

NB Grave has fallen over but embossed Arrol Johnston bronze insignia can be found showing his war work

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Monmouth Cemetery

Monmouthshire

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Leonard Martin

James

1893

Monmouth, Monmouthshire

20th April 1915

Died as a result of an accident when testing an aeroplane engine in the testing yard, near Dumfries at the Arrol Johnston factory on war work

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Monmouth Cemetery, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

First World War

Civilian

Civilian

Worked for Arrol Johnston Limited, near Dumfries as a motor mechanic and then aeroplane mechanic when they worked on Beardmore engines during the war

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