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St Andrew and St Bartholomew Ashleworth

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In loving memory

Of

Tom Franklin

(Peter)

Private 3rd Gloster Regt

Who died while serving his country

February 25th 1916

Aged 18 1/2 years

The care of them is with the most high

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St Andrew and St Bartholomew Ashleworth

Gloucestershire

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Thomas Peter

Franklin

1897

Ashleworth, Gloucestershire

25th February 1916

Died of pneumonia at Gravesend, Kent

18

Ashleworth churchyard, Gloucestershire

First World War

Private

3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Known as Tom

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