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Thorpe Malsor


Thorpe Malsor.


Image courtesy of Jean Buswell 
(who is the copyright owner).  
The plaque reads--
"
PRAY FOR THE SOULS
OF

Frederick Blackwell
Frank Blackwell
Walter Earl
Frederick Goodman
Albert Rickards
Charles Smart

WHO LAID DOWN THEIR
LIVES IN THEIR COUNTRY'S
NEED IN THE GREAT WAR
1914-1918

Jean Buswell writes--
                                         "I've recently been researching the six soldiers who died in the Great War
                        as commemorated on a tablet inside the church at Thorpe Malsor, near Kettering, Northants."
                                                                                                                                                5/11/2013
Gunner Frederick Blackwell, No 27487,
 35th Heavy Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery, KIA 31 Oct 1914, aged 24. Menin Gate.

Private Frank William Blackwell, No 12856,
 1/Northamptonshire Rgt., KIA 27 Aug 1915 aged 21. Vermelles British Cemetery. (Brother of the above)

Rifleman Walter Thomas Earl*, No 59412, 
'C' Coy., 1/Rifle Brigade, KIA 5 Jun 1920 aged 20. Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery. 

L/Corporal Frederick William Goodman, No 228238,
 1/London Regt (Royal Fusiliers), KIA 22 Sept 1917, aged 29. Menin Gate. 

Private Albert James Rickards, No 12952,
2/Northamptonshire Rgt., KIA 9 May 1915 aged 30. Ploegsteert Memorial.

Private Charles James Smart, No 14399,
 2/Northamptonshire Rgt., KIA 14 March 1915, aged 21. Le Touret Memorial.



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Henry Pope,
26 Mar 2014, 12:58
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