Monday, 22 September 2008

Stondon Massey: Remembering ... William Chantry

William Chantry died in the final months of the War from sickness contracted. He had served in France where “much depended on the initiative and courage of individuals”. (An account of his return home on leave was recorded by Revd. Reeve on 8th August 1918).

Unusually, I can find no record of him on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.

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