Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Coleford Cemetery

Inscription

His end was peace

Also of Pte William Wyson Dowle

Son of the above who was killed in action

In France Sept 22 1918 aged 27 years

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Coleford Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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William Wyson

Dowle

1891

Coleford, Gloucestershire

22nd September 1918

Killed in action whilst the battalion was in front line trenches north of Locon, near Bethune in France

27

Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

First World War

Private

8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment

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