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TYAS, FRED

Rank:
Private
Service No:
13110150
Date of Death:
27/08/1944
Age:
43
Regiment/Service:
Army Catering Corps
 
attd. Royal Artillery
Grave Reference:
Sec. 4. Grave 87.
Cemetery:
DENBY DALE (SKELMANTHORPE) CEMETERY
Additional Information:
Son of James William and Matilda Tyas, of Skelmanthorpe; husband of Doris May Tyas, of Skelmanthorpe.

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DENBY DALE (SKELMANTHORPE) CEMETERY

Country:
United Kingdom
Locality:
Yorkshire

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