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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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John Richard Cavedasca

Sergeant
RAMC

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Born
Unknown - Unknown
Died
Home - 16 May 1917
Age
33
Death
Unknown
Served in
RAMC
Awards
Unknown
Memorials
Unknown
Lived
12 Blake Road, Hermit Road, Plaistow

John Richard's story

Thanks to Paul Cavedasca, great-grandson of John Richard Cavedasca, for the photograph of him.

There is a photo of J R Cavedasca’s memorial stone in the East London Cemetery, from the War Graves Photographic Project,  here: http://twgpp.org/information.php?id=3156734 and another here.

Service Number
25366
Mother
Unknown
Father
Unknown
Spouse
May
Buried
East London Cemetery, UK
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3 comments

  1. Roy Butler
    December 22, 2011
    2:49 pm

    John Richard Cavedasca was my Great Grandfather on my Mothers side.

    • philippa
      January 31, 2012
      3:56 pm

      Thanks for getting in touch!

  2. Donna King
    December 14, 2015
    8:08 pm

    John Richard Cavedasca was my Great Grandfather, his Daughter, May, was my Nan

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