Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Pershore Cemetery

Inscription

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William Robert

Beloved son of the above

Killed in action Aug 16th 1917

Aged 32 years

England writes their name in the Roll of Honours

But God writes it in the Book of Life

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Pershore Cemetery

Worcestershire

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William Robert

Barber

1885

Pershore, Worcestershire

16th August 1917

Killed in action trying to capture the Maison du Hibou with the 1st/7th Worcesters near St Julien, Belgium

32

Tyne Cot Memorial, Flanders, Belgium

First World War

Private

1st/7th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

B Company

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