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THWAITE ST MARY WAR MEMORIAL

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Compiled and Copyright © Michael Peck 2017

Thwaite St Mary is a rural hamlet in the English county of Norfolk, it sits just a few miles north of the Suffolk border. The memorial is to be found within St Mary''s Church, Thwaite St Mary, Norfolk. It akes the form of a brass plaque affixed to an interior wall.

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REMEMBER THE NAMES OF

PAUL L I
Military Cross. Laird Irvine Cassan Paul. Major. D Battery, 82nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 12th August 1917, aged 24 years (wounded 11th August 1917). Son of Colonel Ernest Theodore (late of 6th King Edwards Own Cavalry, Indian Army) and Emily Paul (nee Irvine). Address as probate of Thwaite Lodge, Ditchingham, Norfolk. Commemorated Brandhoek New Military Cemetery. V.F.9.
ALDOUS William
Deck Hand 472DA, Royal Naval Reserve. HM Trawler ‘Osiris’. Died of disease 19th August 1915, aged 33 years (as CWGC). Son of Frederick and Betsy Aldous of Ivy Farm, Thwaite St Mary, Norfolk. Born 22nd April 1884 (as naval record) Ditchingham, Norfolk. Commemorated Chatham Naval Memorial. 14.
SAMPSON Sidney
Private 34307. Reserve Battalion, Grenadier Guards. Died home 27th August 1918. Son of Clement George and Matilda Sampson of Thwaite St Mary, Norfolk. Born c1900 Dartford, KEN and enlisted Norwich, Norfolk. Commemorated Brompton Cemetery. N.174842.

THEY DIED FOR ENGLAND 1914-1918
IN THE SIGHT OF THE UNWISE THEY
SEEMED TO DIE, YET IS THEIR HOPE
FULL OF IMMORTALITY. Wisdom III.8.

Last updated 6 July, 2017

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