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Pte. John Thomas Noble
British Army Northumberland Fusiliers 10th Battalion
(d.2nd Jun 1917)
when my father who was 13 read out the telegrame informing his family of the death of his father, he stuttered out the words and continued to speak in this way until he died 77 years later.all three of us suffered in some way because of that battle
John Thomas Noble 3rd.
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