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Army Service Corps
Date of death: 04/06/1918 (aged 33)
Cemetery: LARKFIELD (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD
Son of William Henry and Rebecca Roots, of New Hythe. His brother Cecil George Roots also fell. (In the same grave is also buried.-Butcher, Percy Edward Wood H.M. T. "Minnetonka." Mercantile Marine. 6th April, 1919).
Private Walter George Knight
The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
Date of death: 12/07/1918 (aged 40)
Cemetery: BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY
Son of Matilda Knight, of 4, Dongola Rd., Strood, Kent; husband of Mrs. Dickers (formerly Knight), of 2, Nursery Terrace, Bill St., Frindsbury, Rochester, Kent.