2li Posted 16 January , 2018 Share Posted 16 January , 2018 (edited) On Saturday 13 January last I had the honor to take part in a ceremony to see a WW1 soldier receive a CWWG headstone almost a hundred years after he died, the grave was unmarked for all of this time. Pte Frederick William Tinsley 8394, 2nd Royal Welsh Fusiliers who died home from the Flu epidemic on the 27 November 1918 and was buried on 2 December 1918, and rests in Annscroft churchyard near Shrewsbury, Shropshire A big well done to Neil Evans and the Royal Welsh Fusiliers comrades for bringing this to a satisfying conclusion Edited 16 January , 2018 by 2li Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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