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Name Charles Alfred BOURNE
Regiment 6400808 Private Royal Sussex Regiment 4th Battalion
Called up and enlisted 28th April 1939
Died 27th October 1942 as a result of a direct hit on the cook house
Age 25
Cemetery El Alamein War Cemetery, EGYPT XIX. A. 4
Family Youngest son of Matthew Thomas Bourne and Annie Violet Bourne of 12 Bottings Hill, Southwater
Husband of Mary Bourne of Goole, Yorkshire whom he married in December 1941
He was in the Territorial Army and worked at Thakeham brickyard before the war.
He served in France and was evacuated from Dunkirk before being sent to the Middle East in 1942

El Alamein War Cemetery, EGYPT

His gravestone is marked
"In loving memory of our dear son, beloved husband of Mary. Rest in Peace."