Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

All Saints Yatesbury

Inscription

In

Loving memory

Of

Lieut William Edward

The beloved son of T. and M. Tate

Who was killed whilst flying

Near Yatesbury Aug 12 1917

Aged 21 years

Place of Inscription

All Saints Yatesbury

Wiltshire

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William Edward

Tate

1896

Eastham, Cheshire

12th August 1917

Killed in an aeroplane crash with a pilot instructor between Yatesbury and Winterbourne Monkton in north Wiltshire

21

All Saints churchyard, Yatesbury, Wiltshire

First World War

Lieutenant

Royal Flying Corps

2nd/5th Battalion Sherwood Foresters

The man he crashed with also died and is buried at Warwick Cemetery. For more information, look up Gilbert Thomas Richardson Pettigrew (there are several blog posts on him on this website)

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