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Albert Edward Cotton

These photos are shared by the Trust with kind permission from Albert Cotton's maternal great-nephew, Dave Dolan

In memory of my Great Uncle Albert who was killed in action, 09 July 1944.

This is his final resting place in Bayeux War Cemetery, Calvados, one photo shows it marked with the original grave marker. This was then replaced with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone.

 

FALLEN HEROES

  • ALBERT EDWARD COTTON

    Army • GUNNER

    Royal Artillery
    86th (5th Battalion, The Devonshire Regiment) Anti-Tank Regiment

    DIED | 09 July 1944

    AGE | 22

    SERVICE NO. | 1791255

FALLEN HEROES

  • ALBERT EDWARD COTTON

    Army • GUNNER

    Royal Artillery
    86th (5th Battalion, The Devonshire Regiment) Anti-Tank Regiment

    DIED | 09 July 1944

    AGE | 22

    SERVICE NO. | 1791255

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