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That's good Gary, my intention was to attend but due to unforseen circumstances wasn't able to make it this year, disappointed as my Great Uncle Thomas Victor Johnson's name is on the plaque, he lost his life in the First World War, they missed out the letter 'V' which devasted Great Grandma, she never got over his death as all the other mothers didn't.

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That's good Gary, my intention was to attend but due to unforseen circumstances wasn't able to make it this year, disappointed as my Great Uncle Thomas Victor Johnson's name is on the plaque, he lost his life in the First World War, they missed out the letter 'V' which devasted Great Grandma, she never got over his death as all the other mothers didn't.

 

No problem Algy - have you ever tried to have it corrected?

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Gary I have never considered it mainly because I would have thought the costs incurred would be exorbitant plus i really would not know where to begin.

I am sure your local British Legion would take up the cause for you in memory of one of our fallen heroes.

They arrange trips abroad for families to visit the graves of lost loved ones, so I am sure they could help with a spelling mistake on a local war memorial.

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