Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St John the Baptist Old Sodbury

Inscription

In loving memory of

Our dear son

C/PL Roland P. Edmonds

Who served in France

And Mesopotamia

Died December 1st 1918

Aged 19 years

Calm browed and radiant in a deathless life,

You did your duty well through wars wild strife,

And now rest, satisfied.

Place of Inscription

St John the Baptist Old Sodbury

South Gloucestershire

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Roland Percy

Edmonds

1899

Caldicot, Monmouthshire

1st December 1918

Stanford Road Military Hospital, Preston of the 2nd Eastern General Hospital, Brighton, Sussex

19

Old Sodbury Churchyard, South Gloucestershire

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