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From: "Gwenda Wilkins" <>
Subject: Re: [trivvies] WW1 website
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 10:36:30 -0000
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Thanks Geo, yes I actually visited the CWG office which just happens to be
in Leamington Spa! I was given details of the memorial site etc and have
since seen the website ( from the Trivia list probably!!) but it was good to
read about the battles he would have been involved in.What a immense loss of
life there was during them though, reading it again brings it home to
----- Original Message -----
> Gwenda, I expect you've looked for him on the Commonwealth War Graves
> Commission site but if not, that will (probably) tell you when and where
> died and where he is buried and may include brief details of the action
> wherein he was killed.
> > Pat, thank you very much for this website address! I have also spent
> > time looking for information about Nick's grandfather who was killed in
> > France. I think I have found the actual battlefield where he was killed
> > a picture of the memorial in Le Touret. It was a very moving
> > He was in the 2nd Bn of the Oxfordshire & Bucks Light Infantry.
> > Thanks again!
> > Love
> > Gwen
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