Wars Last Goodbyes
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Beadnell Cemetery

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Also of Robert, their son

Died Feb 21st 1918

Interred at Aubigny, France

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Beadnell Cemetery

Northumberland

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Robert Isaac

Dixon

1898

Beadnell, Northumberland

21st February 1918

Died of wounds at a casualty clearing station at Aubigny where Robert is buried. Robert was probably wounded in the action that took place in the days before when the battalion were holding frontline trenches near Acheville, France near Vimy when the enemy hit the line with trench mortars and made raiding parties with several wounded and dead

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Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, France

First World War

Private

10th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment

His parents only child?

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