In Memoriam 1919

In Memoriam 1919

known 26th September 1919

The following item was published in Cambridge Independent Press, Friday 26 September 1919 p.12: STEARN -- In dearest and loving memory of my dear Husband, Ernest (Jack) Stearn, 2nd Suffolks, died of wounds received in France, September 28th 1918. Buried in Grevillers British Cemetery, near Bapaume. We miss him and mourn him in silence unseen, And dwell in the memory of days that have been: Unknown to the world he stands by our side, And whispers those words "Death cannot divide". ----God has taken our loved one from our Home, but never from our Hearts --- From his sorrowing Widow, of Trumpington, Mother, Sisters and Brothers, Russell Street, Cambridge. _________________________________________________________ In Memoriam 1920 In Cambridge Independent Press, Friday 15 October 1920 p.12, the following was published in the 'In Memoriam' column: STEARN--- In fond and loving memory of Ernest (Jack) Stearn, Trumpington, died of wounds received in France, September 28th, 1918. Gone, but not forgotten, Never shall his sweet memory fade. ---- May, Church Street, Trumpington; Mother, Sisters and Brothers, Russell Street.

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    Born 1887

    Died 1918

    British Army 235269 Private East Lancashire Regiment 4th Battalion

    British Army 42279 Private Suffolk Regiment 2nd Battalion