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arantxa

I saw this gravestone ion Seaford yesterday he was 86 when he died he must have been 46 in 1915 ?

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arantxa

That is so interesting. If my windscreen had not broken I would not have gone to the garage then had an hour to kill and decided to go around the cemetery. An interesting cemetery  lots of Canadians after1918.  Spanish influenzar and lots of dominion graves thanks  every one  for your input 

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arantxa

The last grave the chap says 17 in 1915 

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FROGSMILE

Seaford was the main Canadian base in Britain and put so much investment (typically) into the camp facilities, which the British Army very happily took over at the end of the war as its principal Machine Gun School. 

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