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BURY ST EDMUNDS WORLD WAR 1 MEMORIALS

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Compiled and copyright © Chris Harley 2007

There are various memorials within Bury St Edmund's Cathedral naming those from World War 1 that gave their lives.

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TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND
IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
LIEUT THOMAS OWEN TAYLOR
KILLED IN THE BATTLE
OF GAZA PALESTINE
4 NOVEMBER 1917
AGED 24 YEARS
DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI

TAYLOR

Thomas Owen

Lieutenant, 1/5th Bn Suffolk Regiment. Son of Mary A.R Taylor of 76 Guildhall St, Bury St Edmund’s, Suffolk & the late D.W Taylor. Buried at Deir El Belah War Cemetery Grave B62. ODGW states Died of Wounds

Inside St Sprite’s Chapel, Peterborough Cathedral. A wooden copy exists in Peterborough Museum (the former infirmary) on Priestgate.

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FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH

THIS TABLET IS DEDICATED
IN THE FAITH AND FEAR OF GOD
BY FELLOW CITIZENS OF THE EMPIRE
FOR WHICH HE GAVE HIS LIFE
TO THE MEMORY OF THOMAS HUNTER
OF KURRII KURRII NEW SOUTH WALES
SERGEANT 10TH CORPS AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
WHO DIED MONDAY 31 JULY 1916
IN PETERBOROUGH INFIRMARY
OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN FRANCE

HUNTER

Thomas

505 Sergeant 10th Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F. Died of wounds in Peterborough Infirmary 31st July 1916. Age 36. Born Newcastle, England. Son of George Burton Hunter. Buried PETERBOROUGH OLD CEMETERY (OR BROADWAY CEMETERY) Grave 7. 3. 2249.

Last updated 9 September, 2007

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