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William Ernest George Titmas ( -1918) of the [[Middlesex Regiment]]  
William Ernest George Titmas (1898-1918) of the [[Middlesex Regiment]]  


Lance Corporal. Service Number: 204106
Lance Corporal. Service Number: 204106
Born in the City of London the son of George Horace Titmas, a gasfitter, and his wife Gertrude.
1904 Pupil at St Bride's and Bridewell Precinct School


1918 September 20th. Died. Memorial at [[Higher Cemetery, Exeter: CWGC Memorials: WW1| Higher Cemetery, Exeter]]
1918 September 20th. Died. Memorial at [[Higher Cemetery, Exeter: CWGC Memorials: WW1| Higher Cemetery, Exeter]]
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[[Category: Exeter - WW1 Deaths]]
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Latest revision as of 10:19, 12 August 2021

William Ernest George Titmas (1898-1918) of the Middlesex Regiment

Lance Corporal. Service Number: 204106

Born in the City of London the son of George Horace Titmas, a gasfitter, and his wife Gertrude.

1904 Pupil at St Bride's and Bridewell Precinct School

1918 September 20th. Died. Memorial at Higher Cemetery, Exeter

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