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Harry Mace (1892-1945)


Harry Mace, child of Harry and Elizabeth Mace was born in 1892.  Married Violet Fanny E Mace andLived in Poole.   Fought in the war (dogtag# P/M883) as a Chief Petty Officer Cook in the H.M.S.Boscawen Royal Navy of the Navy.  Died on Feb 24 1945 at the age of 53.  Buried at Southampton (St. Mary Extra) Cemetry in Southampton in Hampshire.  


Dogtag: P/M883
Rank: Chief Petty Officer Cook
Force: Navy - see more from this Force >>
Division: H.M.S.Boscawen Royal Navy
Child Of: Harry and Elizabeth Mace
Married to: Violet Fanny E Mace
Town: Poole - see more from this Town >>
Date of Death: 1945-02-24
Age: 53 - see more from this Age >>
Grave Address: Southampton (St. Mary Extra) Cemetry
Grave Town: Southampton
Grave Country: Hampshire - see more from this Grave Country >>



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