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As printed in the Liverpool Echo on 9th July 1917;

FAYLE– In loving memory of my dear husband, Serjeant John Thomas Fayle (Jack), Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, killed in action Jult 7, 1916.

‘Tis sweet to be remembered,
And a pleasant thing to find
That though you may be absent,
You are still kept in mind.

– From his Wife, 7, Eaton-place.

Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 25154
Date of Death: 07/07/1916
Regiment/Service: The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 9th Bn.
Additional Information: Husband of Alice Fayle, of 7, Eaton Place, Breek Road, Everton, Liverpool.

Born in Peel, Isle of Man. First enlisted into the Liverpool Regiment with the number 14259,

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