Grave Finally Identified of First World War Soldier From Earlsfield, England

Posted by admin on Jul 26, 2013

A soldier’s war grave has been identified 95 years after he went missing in action. Company Sergeant Major Andrew Gale, 41, of Quinton Street, Earlsfield, is believed to have died at a casualty clearing station near Ypres, Belgium, on September 28, 1918, just weeks before armistice was signed ending the bloody conflict. He left behind his wife Olivia and five children.

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