World War Memorial Plaque, or Dead Man’s Penny to Charles David Roberts

 World War One Memorial Plaque, or Dead Man’s Penny to:
Charles David Roberts

 Research shows that there are 2 possibilities
1) Charles David Roberts
895160 Private 50th Battalion, Alberta Regiment, Canadian Infantry.
Died 11th August 1918
Aged 30yrs
son of George Roberts, Cobden, Ontarion, Canada.
Remembered with honour  VIMY MEMORIAL
OR

2) Charles David Roberts was born in Three Bridges, near Horsham, West Sussex.
Died 3rd September 1916.
Number SD/ 1177 Private in the 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment.
Killed in action
Grave number I H 4 interred in the Cemetery at Mill Lane, Thiepval.

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