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Stratford upon Avon Cemetery

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Lieut Patrick Stapler

Thompson (Brother)

Killed in action April 27 1918

Aged 32


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Stratford upon Avon Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Patrick Stapler

Thompson

1885

Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire

27th April 1918

Killed in action near the Tobacco Factory on the La Bassee Canal near Bethune in France

32

Fouquieres Churchyard Extension, France

First World War

Lieutenant

466th Field Company Royal Engineers

Military Cross

Awarded the Military Cross in October 1917 for marking out the jumping off point for an infantry advance under heavy enemy fire. A highly able and proficent rower and rugby player for Stratford.

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