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St Philip and St James Hallow

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Lance Cpl Ronald Harris R.A.M.C. Died of wounds May 25th 1940 Age 35

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St Philip and St James Hallow

Worcestershire

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Ronald

Harris

1905

Worcester, Worcestershire

25th May 1940

Died of wounds received probably in the retreat from Dunkirk

35

Hallow churchyard, Hallow, Worcestershire

Second World War

Lance Corporal

Royal Army Dental Corps

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