THE ROLL OF HONOUR.
IX MEMORIAM. CRAWFORD —In sa*J but loving memory of my dear brother, Lance-Corporal "Hob " died of wounds received in Flanders Battle Octofcod Bth, 1017, 20th. Rcinforoemenfca' aged 20 years. ' A loving brother, eadly missed, deeply mourned. —Inserted by lm only sister and brother-in-law, Sir and Mrs L. J. Humm, IX Mathers road, Spreydon. CRAWFORD—In loving memory of LanceCorporal R. A. Crawford '-Hob), died of wounds, Rouen Hospital, Franco, October Bth, 1317; agfi twenty years. Jfo toiling yonder, and no weariness, No disappointed, and no more die trees; "The future bright," the past all understood, Wo'll_ eee that all tho way Ho led was goocf. No burdens yond»r, nil sorrow past, No burdens yonder, home at last. —Inserted by his loving mother, L. Crawford, and brother and sister-in-law, G. and A. Crawford. PILCHER—In loving memory of Private Harry Piloher, killed in action somowhere in France, October Ist, 1917; late of Mason's Flat. This day bring 3 back to memory fresh, One that has gone to. rest, And we who think of him to-day Are those .who lovo him heat. For King and country. —Inserted by those who loved him.
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THE ROLL OF HONOUR., Press, Volume LIV, Issue 16337, 8 October 1918
THE ROLL OF HONOUR. Press, Volume LIV, Issue 16337, 8 October 1918
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