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Also our dear son

Reg

Who died in the Great War

Somehow, Somewhere

In France 1918

Aged 29 years

They answered the call

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St Saviour Tetbury

Gloucestershire

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Reginald Stewart

Riddick

1888

Tetbury, Gloucestershire

27th May 1918

Originally listed as missing on the 27th May 1918, he died in German captivity or after being buried by the Germans in the Ardennes, France probably after the Second Battle of the Aisne when the battalion was attacked in a big advance on the Chemin des Dames on the Aisne river

30

Sedan-Torcy French National Cemetery, Ardennes, France

First World War

Private

1st/5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment

2nd/1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Originally buried in a German grave at La Cachette German Military Cemetery, Nouzon

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