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Fitter THOMAS FRANK EDWARDS - VICHTE MILITARY CEMETERY - Royal Field Artillery
File of correspondence concerning the grave of Fitter Thomas Frank Edwards who was originally buried in Sweveghem Churchyard and later reburied in Vichte Military Cemetery, Belgium. Main topics include request from Fitter Edwards's widow Mrs D.D. Edwards for the return of the original wooden cross marking the grave, with later correspondence from the Commission to inform her that the remains of Fitter Edwards and other servicemen buried in Sweveghem Churchyard had been moved into Vichte Military Cemetery to ensure proper care and maintenance in the future.
Includes: Handwritten letter from Mrs D. Edwards requesting for her husband's wooden cross, dated 9 April 1923.
9/4/1923 - 22/9/1933
VICHTE MILITARY CEMETERY
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