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In loving memory of William

devoted son of James and Mary Harman

who passed peacefully away

February 15th 1915 aged 22 years

A light is from our household gone

A voice we loved is still

A place is vacant in our home

Which never can be filled

Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends

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St Andrew Nether Wallop

Hampshire

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William

Harman

1892

Nether Wallop, Hampshire

14th February 1915

Alexandra Hospital, Cosham, Portsmouth, Hampshire

22

Nether Wallop Churchyard, Hampshire

First World War

Driver

13th Reserve Battery Royal Field Artillery

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