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Stirling's grave.  ‘Moat’ farm
Stirling's grave. ‘Moat’ farm

Monochrome photograph, from an album compiled by Lieutenant Robert Cotton Money (see 2008.143), with the inscription: "Stirling's grave. ‘Moat’ farm". (2Lieut C R H Stirling, Cameronians)
Picture added on 13 February 2009
Moat Farm is between Ypres and Poperinge, it must be wrongly captioned, can't be the grave of C.R.H. Stirling, he went on to be Lt Col of the Berkshire Regt and died of wounds received in 1918 at Rouen in France.

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Added by Benny Bough on 16 April 2014
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