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An Oldie Tracing her Elders !

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Hello everyone..
I am new to Family Research having been doing it for about 6 months (a novice!). I have been fortunate to have traced some of my ancestors back to the late 1790's via the help of some very knowledgable folks out there.
Now that I have names I want to put some flesh and blood on the "old bones" so to speak.
For instance I have a distant cousin Mabel Edith Grigson who was a Sister in Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service during WW1 stationed in Malta. she died October 1918 at the age of 36 and is buried in The Capuccini Naval Cemetery. My question is, where can I find out what was the cause of death as the war was over by then? Her brother Willie Victor Grigson also died in France during WW1 but when I do not know.
Should I post a thread on The WW1 forum message board ?
As I said I am new this, so any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Viv:)
 

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