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A/Bdr. Robert Bennett-Pitts MM.

British Army Royal Field Artillery D Bty. 153rd Bde.

from:1 Albert Terrace Rd, Sheffield

(d.25th Sep 1918)

Robert Bennett-Pitts was my Great Uncle, he was born on 27th February (I was born on 27th February) and died on 25th September (my sister was born on 25th September. My dad was named after Robert, but he didn't know this until a few years ago. I never knew Robert and no-one ever talked about him. I have been in touch with a wonderful man called Pierre who has kindly sent me a photo of Robert's grave in Belgium. It made me cry when I received it. I feel so proud of the Great Uncle (and all others) who gave up their lives for us all RIP to my very brave Great Uncle and all who lost their lives in any war xx

Diane











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