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Breaston, Derbyshire.
St. Michael's Churchyard
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Breaston, St. Michael's Churchyard, contains 3 First World War burials and 1 burial from the Second World War. One of the First World War burials is of Private Walter Winson of the Yorkshire Regiment.


We are extremely grateful to Richard Roberts (<richard@nosnailshere.co.uk>) who has forwarded the photograph of Walter Winson's grave in this cemetery. Details of Walter Winson, and a photograph of the St. Michael's Churchyard are below this photo.

The grave of Private Walter Winson
The grave of Private Walter Winson
Photo by Richard Roberts (<richard.nsw@googlemail.com>)

Private Walter Winson. 38204. 2/4th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment, transferred to (501479) 505th Agricultural Coy.
Son of Edwin Henry Winson, and of Emma Winson (now Mrs. Grundy), of Main St., Breaston.
Died at home 21 November 1918. Age 30.
Born Wirksworth (Derbyshire), Enlisted Derby, Resided Wirksworth (Derbyshire).

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St. Michael's, Breaston (Derbyshire)
St. Michael's, Breaston (Derbyshire)
Photo by Richard Roberts (<richard.nsw@googlemail.com>)


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