Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Edmund King and Martyr Stoulton

Inscription

In loving memory of

William Lambert Nicholls

Of the Box Bush Farm

Who died at King's Lynn

March 15th 1915

Aged 24 years

He answered his country's call

"In the midst of life

We are in death"

Place of Inscription

St Edmund King and Martyr Stoulton

Worcestershire

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William Lambert

Nicholls

1890

Cotheridge, Worcestershire

15th March 1915

Died at King's Lynn Hospital, Norfolk

24

St Edmund, King and Martyr's churchyard, Stoulton, Worcestershire

First World War

Private

1st/1st Battalion Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars

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