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A tribute to Private Frederick Gray by Rossett School

Date added: 18 Jun 2015

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Rossett School

Schools Waterloo 200
https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/SchoolsWaterloo/Celebrations/FindTribute/WaterlooSoldiers/rossettschool
Dear Family and Friends, As a way remembering those that fought at Waterloo in June 1815 including $personFirstName$, our school has created a page within the $bookTitle$. Please contribute by adding your thoughts, messages, photographs or even videos about this soldier. Add your insight or expertise to help build and lock-in our knowledge about this person, simply go to: $findPersonLink$. and make your contribution too. Thank you,

Sacred
To the Memory of
FREDRICK Son of
JAMES and MARTHA GRAY of Holbeck
who belonged the 2nd Regt of L.G.
and was Slain at the Battle of Waterloo
in the Defence of his Country
June 18th 1815 aged 20 years
also JAMES Son of the above
Student at the Free Grammar
School Leeds
who died Decr 6th 1816 aged 17 years
also JAMES, Father of the above
who departed this life Sepr 12th 1848
aged 76 years
seventy six years I lived here
before my glass was ran
I left this life to live with Christ
by whom true life is ??on
also the above MARTHA GRAY
who died Febry 24th 1853 aged 74 years
also MARY Daughter of the above who
departed this life on the 20th day of
August 1868 aged 54 years.

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A tribute to Private Frederick Gray by Rossett School

Date added: 18 Jun 2015

283

Rossett School

Schools Waterloo 200
https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/SchoolsWaterloo/Celebrations/FindTribute/WaterlooSoldiers/rossettschool1
Dear Family and Friends, As a way remembering those that fought at Waterloo in June 1815 including $personFirstName$, our school has created a page within the $bookTitle$. Please contribute by adding your thoughts, messages, photographs or even videos about this soldier. Add your insight or expertise to help build and lock-in our knowledge about this person, simply go to: $findPersonLink$. and make your contribution too. Thank you,

Read more about Private Frederick Gray in the attached Virtual Museum.

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