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Matt Dixon

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Matt Dixon

Have found this picture from last trip war graving and can't find record of which cemetery it was in.

On the off chance that anyone could help the inscription reads:

"James, gone are the days, when as boys we played, in the woods and fields of Dalswinton. Fond memories, your brother Gilbert."

I think it may be near La Kreule cemetery, but not 100% sure.

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Tom Morgan

Hello, Matt.

It's on a small plaque (if I remember correctly) in front of the grave of 185341 L/Bdr. J. Crosbie, Royal Garrison Artillery, in Esquelbecq Military Cemetery.

Tom

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Matt Dixon

Tom,

You are amazing! How on earth did you know that? You are I should point out totally right!

Matt

p.s I have pm'd you about what we were discussing before I went away.

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