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Hutton Buscel (St. Matthew) Churchyard
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The churchyard of St. Matthew, Hutton Buscel, contains two Commonwealth War Graves, - both from the First World War.

Amongst the burials is that of a soldier who had served with the Yorkshire Regiment.


Serjeant James Raine. 9210.
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Serjeant James Raine. 9210.
155th Provisional Coy. Royal Defence Corps, formerly 3641 the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of the late John and Jane Raine, of West Ayton; husband of Ethel May Raine, of 7, Lancaster St., Scarborough. Member of Police Force (Scarborough). Died at home 4 September 1916. Aged 38.
Born West Ayton (Yorks), Enlisted Northallerton, Resided Scarborough.

"AU REVOIR
SADNESS OF PARTING
HERALDS THE JOY OF MEETING"


Photo by Charlie of the Find a Grave website

The Church of St. Matthew, Hutton BuscelThe Church of St. Matthew, Hutton Buscel
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