Wars Last Goodbyes

Individual Record

Holy Trinity, Tibberton

Gloucestershire

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In proud and loving memory

Of my dear husband

Albert Lawrence Jennings,

1st/5th Gloucestershire Regiment killed in action at Ypres

August 16th 1917, aged 33 years

"Greater love hath no man than this that

A man lay down his life for his friends"

St John 15:13

Albert Lawrence

Jennings

First World War

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Corporal

1st/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

7th September 1883

Redmarley D'Abitot, Gloucestershire

16th August 1917

33

Ypres, Belgium

Tyne Cot Memorial, Flanders, Belgium

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Holy Trinity, Tibberton

Gloucestershire

Inscription:

In loving memory 

Of 

Albert Lawrence

Jennings

Corporal 1st/5th Gloucestershire Regiment

Born September 7th 1883

Killed in action at Ypres

August 16th 1917

Albert Lawrence

Jennings

First World War

Rank:

Served:

Other:

Also Served:

DoB:

Place of Birth:

DoD:

Age:

Place of Death:

Citations:

Buried:

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Comments:

Corporal

1st/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

7th September 1883

Redmarley D'Abitot, Gloucestershire

16th August 1917

33

Ypres, Belgium

Tyne Cot Memorial, Flanders, Belgium

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