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Lieutenant Thomas Molyneaux Graves
Died: April 22, 1916
An inscription at St. Nicholas Church, Combe Raleigh, Devon, England reads:
IN MEMORY OF THOMAS MOLYNEUX GRAVES /LTN. R.E. BORN 22 MAR 1831./ KILLED ON THE ASSAULT ON REDAN 18 JUN 1855/ AND THOMAS MOLYNEUX GRAVES /LTN. 76 PUNJABIS INDIAN ARMY/ BORN 1 JUN 1890 AT WOODBINE HILL COMBE RALEIGH. KILLED IN/ ACTION AT SANNA-I-AT MESOPOTAMIA 22 APRIL 1916. THE ELDEST SON/ AND GRANDSON OF J.S. GRAVES ESQ OF WOODBINE HILL, COMBE RALEIGH./ THESE WERE MEN WHO PUT THEIR DUTY ABOVE ALL ELSE.
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