UPTON—In loving memory of Corporal - M. Hampton, died of wounds received /ranee, UctoLer sth, 191 G. "His duty nobly done." —Inserted by his loving parents, 6Latere, and brothers. WILLS— la memory of Corporal E. J. Wills (Ti'J), 18th Reinforcements, who made tho supreme sacrifice at PasGchendaele, October 5 th, 1917. •'While ho lived, he lived well; and his death became tho manner of hi 3 life." —In3crted by hia workmates, Letterpress Department, "Lyttclton Times" Otiico. STBINGFELOW— In loving 'memory of Private George Stringfellow, died ot wounds Bomewhero in Francc. For Britain, home, and freedom, And to right it dreadful v.-rom;, He chcse the path of duty, And joined the Idiuki throng. He sleeps beside his comrades, In a ehailow grave, unknown, But his name ig written in letters of love In the hearts lie left at home. ►-Inserted by his loving parents, (sisters, and brother.
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IN MEMORIAM., Press, Volume LIV, Issue 16335, 5 October 1918
IN MEMORIAM. Press, Volume LIV, Issue 16335, 5 October 1918
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