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Henry De Beer

Driver

Service No. 2375

Age 38

Died on 20 June 1917

Cape Auxiliary Horse Transport

STE. MARIE CEMETERY, LE HAVRE

Seine-Maritime, France

Son of Thomas and Madelene de Beer, of Elim, South Africa; husband of H. de Beer, of 21, Vigne St., Kimberley, South Africa.

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April Cooper

Thank you. Your bravery will be honoured in history eternally.

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Thank you for serving our country. We appreciate your efforts and bravery to keep us safe

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Thank you for your honourable service

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At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

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At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

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Thank you to all who lost their lives to save our countries. You will always be remembered.

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Thank you to all who lost their lives to save our countries. You will always be remembered.

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We will remember them. Today, Tomorrow, Forever.

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Thank you to all who lost their lives to save our countries. You will always be remembered.

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Thank you to all who lost their lives to save our countries. You will always be remembered.

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We will remember them. Today, Tomorrow, Forever.

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May you live in our hearts forever.

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Thank you to all who lost their lives to save our countries. You will always be remembered.

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We will remember them. Today, Tomorrow, Forever.

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May you live in our hearts forever.

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