BURIAL AND RE-DEDICATION

Its always good when the CGWC manage to find names for the men still being found on the battlefields in France from WW1, and WW2 for that matter. They have just issued a list of reburials for April. One of the men is a Sherwood Forester who unfortunately they haven’t been able to identify, but at least he is getting the military burial and recognition he deserves.

If anyone is interested the list is available at https://www.cwgc.org/learn/news-and-events/news/2019/04/01/07/44/burial-and-rededication-services-in-april-2019?fbclid=IwAR3dTFmce1wLgAw6RIFIMZsjX8m2cvetQ9E7zSqbgV7uTKOJ1sXyKZL9OTw

 

WILLIAM WOOD

WE REMEMBER TODAY:

William Wood who died on 23rd March 1915, aged 28. He is buried in Lostwithiel churchyard in Cornwall. William died whilst in training in Cornwall with the 13th Battalion Notts and Derbyshire Regiment.

I have yet to complete Williams story but will post it on the webpage when I have.

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