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West Pinchbeck farmer finally finds the grave of his baby brother

A retired West Pinchbeck farmer has a new sense of closure in his life after visiting the grave of his “baby brother” who passed away 75 years ago.

John Davis (88) was only 12 when Jeffrey was laid to rest in an unmarked place at Spalding Cemetery during World War II.

Jeffrey, one of five children born to John’s parents, James and Lillie Davis who lived in Spalding, died of bronchitis in February 1945 when he was just days away from turning seven months old.

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