Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Mary Guarlford

Inscription

Thomas William

Royal Field Artillery

Died for King and Country

May 10th 1917 aged 20

Also

Philip Charles

2nd Batt Wiltshire Regiment

Killed in action in France

June 1st 1918 age 20

NB This stone is very badly eroded

Place of Inscription

St Mary Guarlford

Worcestershire

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Thomas William

Panting

1897

Clevelode, Worcestershire

10th May 1917

Died at the Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich after his health failed

20

St Mary's churchyard, Guarlford, Worcestershire

First World War

Driver

Royal Field Artillery

51st Reserve Battery

Thomas has a CWGC grave nearby. His brother Philip is also commemorated on this headstone

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