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    its sad reading books Lost Lives etc and our ROH how sometimes these deaths are listed as death by unnatural causes i often think what happened and how the families feel when they hear of this and reading the report below just proves how depressing it all is.
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    At last ive located Lee Reads grave hopefully ill get down there on wednesday. Funny enough he is buried next to an RM mate of mine whose funeral i attended. Picture to follow.
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    Ah beat me to it oh well

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    Lest we forget Miles Amos RA
    Stephen Cummins RA
    Heidi Hazell

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    Alex was only two weeks older than my son who was in medical school when Alex died. A needless death,
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    Major Andrew Foxcroft French MBE is at rest in the lovely churchyard of St. Andrews at Aldringham near Leiston, Suffolk. It is a tiny, lovely peaceful rural village location not far from the coast. His grave is in a very special place. A few short yards from the church entrance, proudly stands a striking war memorial around which there a few (maybe 4) grave slabs laid clockwise around the memorial.

    The church burial records show that he is actually buried there (not just a memorial slab). The memorial was graced with many flowers and there was a stone container bearing a number of poppies. It is obviously well visited. The church is lovely and obviously well used and cared for. We paid our respects, tidied him up a little and left a Poppy Cross and a NIVA Cross.

    His name and details are quite legible although they didn't photograph well.

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