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DEMPSEY —In sad remcmbranco of my dear eon, Klflema.ll Hugh Dempscy, who was kiiicd in. action in .France September 34th, 1916; aged 20 years. B dawn crept over the trenches, ho foil 'midst shot and shci], tu from hia hoine and dear once, and the country be loved so well. though he lies in a soldier's grace, tfhere the Angela aro guarding the Bleeping, ilia memory is aa dear to-day as in the hour ho paeaed away, —Inserted by his loving mother. In loving memory of my dear brother, Private William Henry Welsh, killed in action in France, Octobcr Ist, 1916. Farewell, dear brother, your lifo is pact, jfy love for you to tlio end will last. I think of you in silence, No eye can see me weep: Yet many a eilont tear is ahed When others are asleep. —Inserted by his loving sister. Mary.

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IN MEMORIAM., Press, Volume LIII, Issue 16016, 26 September 1917

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IN MEMORIAM. Press, Volume LIII, Issue 16016, 26 September 1917

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