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British soldiers to be laid to rest after century of wrongly marked grave

Two first world war soldiers wrongly marked as buried in a Somme cemetery to be laid to rest with full military honours Two British first world war soldiers whose graves were wrongly marked in a Somme cemetery for more than a century are to be laid to rest with full military honours. Privates William Marmon, 21, and Harry Carter, 20, lost their lives along with six other soldiers when a 15-ton German underground mine exploded on 22 November, 1915.
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