Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St George Woolhope

Inscription

Also of their son

Thomas Abraham Pitt

Killed in action France

July 20th 1918 Aged 24 years

May thy rest in peace and

Everlasting light shine upon them

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St George Woolhope

Herefordshire

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Thomas Abraham

Pitt

1894

Woolhope, Herefordshire

30th July 1918

Killed in action during the Second Battle of the Marne - the regiment was hit heavily by gas shells on the day Thomas was killed

24

Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire, Aisne, France

First World War

Private

1st/1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment

Thomas was re-buried with others from Oulchy le Chateau, Aisne, France

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