Brothers from a remote village in Shropshire

Discussion in 'War Grave Photographs' started by CL1, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    Brothers

    Corporal THOMAS HENRY AINGE

    1206528, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    who died age 32
    on 09 June 1944
    Son of Henry and Emily F. Ainge, of Clee Hill; husband of Edith Ethel Ainge, of Dorrington.
    Remembered with honour
    BITTERLEY (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD

    Driver ERNEST ARTHUR AINGE

    T/162208, 13 Res. M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps
    who died age 26
    on 11 April 1940
    Son of Henry and Emily F. Ainge, of Clee Hill.
    Remembered with honour
    BITTERLEY (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD
     

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  2. Oldman

    Oldman Very Senior Member

    Clive
    Odd that they have seperate graves! most brothers graves I have come accross have been collective with 2 Regiments/Services upon them wonder if the parents chose to bury them seperately.
     
  3. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    hello Mike


    yes agree usually buried together
    possibly wanted to remember them separately

    regards
    Clive
     
  4. Jedburgh22

    Jedburgh22 Very Senior Member

    I note Thomas Henry Ainge was married, his wife would have made the decision on where to inter him
     

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