Great War Memorials - Surnames I
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IMBER, Alfred Charles (Revised 17/01/2015)
IRONS, Arthur W Campbell-(New 16/07/2014)
It is with deepest regret that we have to record the death through wounds, on March 2nd, of Fred Imber. He was one of the very first to volunteer from this end of the parish at the beginning of the war, and he has been at the front for three years. The death adds another to the old boys of our choir who have laid down their lives for the country and the cause of right. The sincere sympathy of all our readers will we know be extended to his parents, his brother, and sisters. Dulce et decorum est pro patria moria.
I certify that Arthur Campbell Irons came to me from Blundells School, and was a pupil here for two years. He always bore an excellent character for industry and uprightness, left in the highest division of the school at the age of 17½ and at time had attained a standard of knowledge corresponding to that of the London University Matriculation.