Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Holy Trinity Badgeworth

Inscription

In ever loving memory

Of

Gilbert

The dearly beloved second son

Of

Charles & Caroline Scriven

Corpl. 1st Life Guards killed in action

At the Battle of Arras April 12th 1917

Aged 19 years

Here lies

The dearly beloved youngest son

Sydney

Lieut. Pilot Royal Air Force

Died March 14th 1920

Aged 20 years

Live thou for England as we for England died

Place of Inscription

Holy Trinity Badgeworth

Gloucestershire

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Sydney Albert

Scriven

25th May 1899

Badgeworth, Gloucestershire

12th April 1917

Merthyr Tydfil, Wales

20

Holy Trinity churchyard, Badgeworth, Gloucestershire

First World War

Second Lieutenant

Royal Air Force

28th London Regiment (Artists Rifles)

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