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Thank you all so much for your help. I went to the cemetery office with the grave number and they looked it up in their records. It was in section 59. Unfortunately they was no headstone, just a patch of scrubby grass. I’m glad I went though.
I’m writing from Canada and am trying to collect as many details of my family as possible.
If anyone is visiting the cemetery could you please find and take a photo of the grave -
William George Henry Fry, beloved husband of Maud Fry. DoD July 26th 1944 aged 56 years.
interred in family...