Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

Inscription

In

Loving memory of

Our dear twin sons

Roderick Morgan

7th Durhams

Who died at Taunton on May 7th 1916

From wounds and gas received at Ypres

And Frank Morgan

7th Bedfords

Who died at Wimereux, France on Dec 3rd 1916

Aged 20 years

Sons of Capt and Frances Smith

Of Bath

Jesu Mercy

R.I.P.

Place of Inscription

Milton Cemetery Weston-super-Mare

North Somerset

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Roderick Morgan

Smith

14th April 1896

Plaistow, Essex

7th May 1916

Died at Taunton in Somerset from wounds and gas received at Ypres probably at Zonnebeke in the Second Battle of Ypres where the battalion was hit by heavy shell and gas fire

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Milton Cemetery, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset

First World War

Private

1st/7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry

His twin brother Frank was killed in December 1916 and is buried in France just a few short months after Roderick's own death. Roderick was discharged in April 1916.

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