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St Mary Codford St Mary

Inscription

In memory of

William Cooper

Pte 10th Batt Cheshire Regiment

Who died Sept 27th 1914

Aged 20

This stone is erected by the

Officers and men of his battalion

In token of their sincere regret

Place of Inscription

St Mary Codford St Mary

Wiltshire

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William Lewis

Cooper

1893

Mobberley, Cheshire

27th September 1914

Died after collapsing in camp (fits), Codford St Mary, Wiltshire

20

St Mary's churchyard, Codford St Mary, Wiltshire

First World War

Private

10th Battalion Cheshire Regiment

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