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St Mary Magdalene Eardisley

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Vincent Coke Boddington B.A. Chaplain to the Forces Great Grandson

Died March13 1917 of illness contracted whilst on active service Aged 30

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St Mary Magdalene Eardisley

Herefordshire

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The Rev Vincent Coke

Boddington

16th April 1886

Titley, Herefordshire

13th March 1917

Died from the effects of war service attributed to tuberculosis at Pinewood Sanatorium in Berkshire

30

St Sebastian churchyard, Wokingham, Berkshire

First World War

Chaplain 4th Class

Army Chaplains Department

Arrived on the Western Front in August 1916 and was discharged in December 1916 due to ill health

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