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PARK – In loving memory of Pte. Alexander Park, 49051, of the Loyal North Lancashire Regt., who was killed in action, 29th of August 1918, aged 19 years.

He was only a lad when he ‘listed,
But his heart was that of a man;
He heard his country calling,
And said, “I’ll do what I can.”

Rest on, dear nephew, as the days go by,
No flowers can we place on the grave where you lie,
For the deep, dark waters do keep us apart,
But for ever your memory shall remain in our heart.
From Uncle Walter (in France), Aunt Clasie, and cousins Alice, Walter and Jim.

Paul McCormick
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