MEAD Arthur William

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Arthur William Mead was the son of John and Emma Mead of 12, Simper Street, Oakham. He was born at Mildenhall in Suffolk on 2 May 1893. He joined the 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment in November 1915, and went out to France on 5 July 1916. He survived for eleven months before being injured and dying of his wounds on 3 June 1917. Arthur is buried at Hop Store Cemetery, between Ypres and Poperinghe, grave 1.A.25. He was 24.

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Hop Store Cemetery on Tuesday 12th August 2014
By Matt Steele on Wednesday 13th August '14 at 6:02pm
2 images We visited Arthur's grave on August 12th 2014
By Catherine Steele on Sunday 17th August '14 at 12:17pm
3 images Some pictures of the headstone, taken 13 December 2014
By John Stokes on Saturday 13th December '14 at 10:06pm
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