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To the dear memory of

William Henry Abell

Major of the Middlesex Regiment

Son of Martin Abell of

Norton Hall, Worcestershire

Killed in action at Obourg, near Mons

On 23rd August 1914

Aged 40 years

Until the day break and the shadows flee away

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St Peter Little Comberton

Worcestershire

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William Henry

Abell

1873

Norton, Worcestershire

23rd August 1914

Obourg, Mons, France

40

Saint Symphorien Military Cemetery, Mons, France

First World War

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4th Battalion Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)

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