Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Andrew Churcham

Inscription

In loving memory

Of

John Tucker

Who fell in France, March 21st 1918

Aged 24 years

Also of Ralph Tucker

Who fell in France, Octr. 14th 1918

Aged 20 years

Beloved sons of Edwin and Mary Tucker

Of Churcham House

"There shall be mo more death" Rev. 21 Ch. 4. V. 

NB. This plaque was moved from Birdwood Methodist Chapel when it closed in 2002

Place of Inscription

St Andrew Churcham

Gloucestershire

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Ralph

Tucker

1898

Meare, Somerset

14th October 1918

Killed in action in the Oppy Sector, near Planques and Flers leading to the Haute-Deule Canal

20

Douai British Cemetery, Cuincy, France

First World War

Private

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

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Ernest William

Wellington

2nd/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Tucker

First World War

Ralph

Tucker

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

Tucker

First World War

John

Tucker

7th Battalion Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

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First World War

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Ireland

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First World War

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Smart

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

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First World War

William George

Lane

1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

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