Wars Last Goodbyes
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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Inscription

Also L/c Cpl Walter James Furzer

Royal Glos Hussars

Son of above

Wounded at the Battle of Rafah

9th Jan 1917 Died 21st Jan 1917

Aged 24

Buried at Kantara, Egypt

Greater love hath no man than this

That a man lay down his life for his friends

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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Walter James

Furzer

1892

Peterston Super Ely, Glamorgan

21st January 1917

Died from wounds at Kantara, Egypt received at Rafah on the 9th January 1917

24

Kantara War Cemetery, Egypt

First World War

Lance Corporal

1st/1st Battalion Royal Gloucestershire Hussars

D Squadron

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