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Remembered Today:

Frederick Guildford Adams, Private, L/10699 2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment


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My Grandfather’s cousin,

Frederick Guildford Adams, Private, L/10699 2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment

Died of wounds, received at Loos, on October 13, 1915 aged 17 yrs.

Buried in Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos, France.

Son of Frederick George and Milly Kate (Ballard) Adams of Rye, Sussex.

 

Fading away like the stars in the morning,

Losing their light in the glorious sun,

Thus did they pass from this earth and its toiling,

Almost forgotten with what they had done.

Who’ll sing the anthem? Who’ll tell the story?

Did their line hold? Did it scatter and run?

Can they at last be united in glory,

And always remembered for what they have done?

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