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Watery Lane Cemetery Newent

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Lce Cpl Michael Thos Dallimore

6th Glo'ster Regt

Son of the above

Killed in action Oct 9th 1917

Aged 32 years

Loved by all

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Watery Lane Cemetery Newent

Gloucestershire

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Michael Thomas

Dallimore

1885

Newent, Gloucestershire

9th October 1917

Killed in action in the front lines trenches Killed in action in the advance the front lines trenches not far from Admiral's Road near Poelcappelle, Belgium when the 1/6 Glosters were ordered to attack

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