GREEN Charles Henry

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Charles Henry Green was the son of George Green and his wife of Tinwell. He joined the Army Service Corps on 23 April 1915 and was sent to Salonica on 10 July 1916, where he served for two years with the 238th Horse Transport Company. He caught malaria and died on 26 September 1918. Charles was buried at Bralo Cemetery, in Central Greece, grave 21.

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  • Tinwell Church
  • Tinwell Memorial 2
  • Tinwell Plaque
  • Bralo Cemetery 1
  • Bralo Cemetery 2
  • C H Green 3
  • C H Green 4
  • C H Green 2
  • C H Green 1

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