Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Mary Wedmore

Inscription

In

Ever loving memory of

William Cottrell

Bomber in 44th Canadians

Wounded in France Sep. 27. 1918

And passed away Jan. 9. 1919

After great suffering patiently borne

At Cambridge Hospital

Aged 33 years

Also wounded at Somme Oct. 13. 1916

"And God shall wipe away all tears

From their eyes"

Also

In loving memory of

His son Leslie

Killed in action in Italy

February 8 1944 Aged 35 years

"Oh Valiant Hearts"

Place of Inscription

St Mary Wedmore

Somerset

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William

Cottrell

21st April 1885

Bampton, Devon

9th January 1919

Died from leg GSW in 1st Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge

33

St Mary's churchyard, Wedmore, Somerset

First World War

Bomber

44th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force

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