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The names of 197 local men who lost their lives in World War I are
inscribed on the bells of the Memorial Community Church in Plaistow. They are our local heroes

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Albert Bracey

Gunner
Royal Field Artillery

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Born
Unknown - Unknown
Died
France and Flanders - 17 August 1918
Age
Unknown
Death
Killed in action
Served in
Royal Field Artillery
Awards
Unknown
Memorials
Unknown
Lived
Plaistow

Albert's story

The Tabernacle Messenger of January 1915 reported that a W Bracey received a parcel for Christmas 1914.

 

Also commemorated on the¬†Bromley by Bow St Leonards Road Memorial, ¬†“Men From This Borough”.

Service Number
28308
Mother
Unknown
Father
Unknown
Spouse
Unknown
Buried
Duhallow ADS Cemetery, Belgium
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