Moses Charles Frazer

Lance Bombardier Moses Charles Frazer served in the British Army's Royal Artillery at the time of his death during the Battle of Normandy on 29th July 1944.

Lance Bombardier

Moses Charles Frazer

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Lance Bombardier Moses Charles Frazer of Killylea, Co. Armagh served in the Royal Artillery in the Battle of Normandy during the summer of 1944.

Lance Bombardier Moses Charles Frazer (1116622) served in 61st (Denbighshire Yeomanry) Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery during World War Two. He was the son of John Fitzgerald Frazer and Elizabeth Kathleen Frazer of Killylea, Co. Armagh.

Moses Charles Frazer died on 29th July 1944 aged 20 years old. His grave is in Section V, Row L, Grave 7 of La Délivrande War Cemetery, Douvres, Normandy, France. His headstone bears the inscription:

He died that we might live.

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