Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Berkeley Cemetery

Inscription

Until the day break

In loving memory of

Percy Graham

Dearly loved twin son of

Ernest and Maud Hedges

who died suddenly at Tidworth Military Hospital

April 21st 1917, aged 18 years

Place of Inscription

Berkeley Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Percy Graham

Hedges

1899

Upper Wick, Dursley, Gloucestershire

21st April 1917

Tidworth Military Hospital, Wiltshire

18

Berkeley Cemetery, Gloucestershire

First World War

Private

95th Battalion Training Reserve

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