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WW1 Grave Marker

By Jacobite
This cross was the original grave marker of Lieutenant John Philip Morton Carpenter, the son of the Archdeacon of Salisbury; he died 16 September 1916 and is buried in Bulls Road Cemetery, Flers, France.

Tags: Pentax France Dead War Cross Soldier Black and white K110d Grave Ww1 Salisbury Bradbury

Voters: SUE118, Lesley1959, Rock and 4 more


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Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
17 Mar 2011 8:23AM
The photo says it all .

Rock

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Jacobite 9 38 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2011 10:47AM
Aye, it says it all.
User_Removed 8 26 2 United States
18 Mar 2011 1:15AM
A touching image, simple and moving.
Christina
Jacobite 9 38 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2011 10:01AM
Thanks Christina. You don't come across that many grave markers from British WW1 graves nowadays but this was one of about 6 lined up along the wall at the cathedral.

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