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Thornbury Cemetery

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Also their son Harry T. H.

Passed away April 6th 1917

Aged 19 years

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Thornbury Cemetery

South Gloucestershire

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Thomas Henry

Clutterbuck

1897

Thornbury, South Gloucestershire

6th April 1917

Metropolitan Hospital, London

19

Thornbury Cemetery, South Gloucestershire

First World War

Private

10th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Army Cyclist Corps

Known as Harry

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