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Stanley Buckley, Service no 2666373 Cold Stream Guards

Stanley Buckley

Service no 2666373 Cold Stream Guards
Guardsman Stanley Buckley Killed in action 20th September 1944 WW2battle for Arnem, much loved son brother and uncle. He will be honoured as a hero should be, by his remaining family even those who never met him.

Submitted by: Katrina Meyrick

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Thomas Woodall,  Service No 243608 Cheshire Regimen

Thomas Woodall

Service No 243608 Cheshire Regimen
Private Thomas Woodall was killed in action 14th October 1918 in France and Flanders loved very dearly by his father sister wife and son. He will be honoured for the courage he fought with by those of his family that never got to to meet him.

Submitted by: Katrina Meyrick

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Eric Hibbert, 57 Squadron Bomber Command Flight Engineer on Flight JB372 left East Kirby on 2nd December 1943

Eric Hibbert

57 Squadron Bomber Command Flight Engineer on Flight JB372 left East Kirby on 2nd December 1943
In memory of Eric Hibbert of Hasland Chesterfield. Flew on his first and only mission to Berlin in a Lancaster. JB372 was one of two that did not return on 3rd December 1943 to East Kirby. He was 20 years old. Lest We Forget.

Submitted by: Jane Singleton

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william henry Blake.  MM, 2569449 Trooper 17/21st Lancers --11th Hussars  Desert Rats

william henry Blake. MM

2569449 Trooper 17/21st Lancers --11th Hussars Desert Rats
Served in Noth Africa, Libya,El alamein,Italy, D Day, France and west Europe.Thanks Pop! Always in our hearts

Submitted by: philip blake

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William Charles Williams, 1st/1st Bn.  Herefordshire Regiment

William Charles Williams

1st/1st Bn. Herefordshire Regiment
Killed in action 23 July 1918 only son of Charles and Mary (Polly) Williams my grandmothers brother. 20 years old. Buried at RAPERIE BRITISH CEMETERY, VILLEMONTOIRE Location: Aisne, France Number of casualties: 498

Submitted by: Angela Morris

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Colston Jones, King's Shropshire Light Infantry  4105544

Colston Jones

King's Shropshire Light Infantry 4105544
My aunts first husband killed in action 4th July 1944 TO THE WORLD, JUST A SOLDIER TO ME, THE WORLD Buried at BANNEVILLE-LA-CAMPAGNE WAR CEMETERY Calvados, France Cemetery/memorial reference: Joint grave X. B. 20.

Submitted by: Angela Morris

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Ambrose Edward Wright,  Leading Aircraftsman service number 1293312 24 Squadron

Ambrose Edward Wright

Leading Aircraftsman service number 1293312 24 Squadron
My dear Grandad who I never got to meet. I am so proud of you. x

Submitted by: Michelle Schuh

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Harold Douglas Ford, Lance Corporal L/10893 6th Battalion Queens West Surrey

Harold Douglas Ford

Lance Corporal L/10893 6th Battalion Queens West Surrey
3 Years service on the Western Front (May 1915 to April 1918). All our love and respect from past and present family, especially my Grandmother, his sister, the late Marjorie Robinson (nee Ford). Never far from us, your great Nephew, Stephen Morse.

Submitted by: Stephen Morse

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George Brackner, Private 13908 9th Bn.. Sherwood Foresters

George Brackner

Private 13908 9th Bn.. Sherwood Foresters
Killed in action 25th Oct 1915 aged 20 He is one of three brothers killed in WW1 Missed and remembered. Photo.. George with brother William, both killed in action WW1

Submitted by: Paulette Balcombe

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Naurang Sirohi, Served as dafadar in 30th Lancers Gordon's horse of 3rd Ambala cavalry brigade, 1st Indian cavalry d

Naurang Sirohi

Served as dafadar in 30th Lancers Gordon's horse of 3rd Ambala cavalry brigade, 1st Indian cavalry d
We shall remember you today, tomorrow & forever Dada ji. Father has instituted a statue in partapur, Bulandshahr as a token of remembrance. Your great grandson Parichya Sirohi has sent a telegram to president of India as a tribute to ww1 IND soldiers

Submitted by: Arya Naipal Singh Sirohi

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Richard John Burns, Gunner 318243 RGA

Richard John Burns

Gunner 318243 RGA
My Grandad (Pop) 1898-1975 Served his counrty 1914-1919. He served in France but his records were lost as far as we know. Loved and missed by us all.

Submitted by: Paulette Balcombe

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Duncan Alexander Burns, Private 1834 RAMC

Duncan Alexander Burns

Private 1834 RAMC
Known as Uncle Alec to my Dad.. He was born in 1895.. Served in WW1 1914-1919 .. He passed away in 1963.. The Photo is of his time serving it Egypt Remembered and missed by all his family.

Submitted by: Paulette Balcombe

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William Arthur Brackner, Private 46804 17th Bn.. Lancashire Fusiliers

William Arthur Brackner

Private 46804 17th Bn.. Lancashire Fusiliers
Killed in action in France and Flanders on 15th June 1918 aged 23 Cousin to the three Brackner Brothers all killed in WW1

Submitted by: Paulette Balcombe

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William Brackner, Sergent 13907 1st Bn.. Sherwood Foresters

William Brackner

Sergent 13907 1st Bn.. Sherwood Foresters
Killed in action 27th May 1918 aged 24 One of three brothers killed in WW1 Photo .. William and George Brackner

Submitted by: Paulette Balcombe

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John William Brackner, L/C 28384 9th Bn.. Cheshire Regt

John William Brackner

L/C 28384 9th Bn.. Cheshire Regt
Killed in action 31st May 1918 France and Flanders age 26 Formerly 22315 Notts and Derby Regt. One of three brothers killed in WW1

Submitted by: Paulette Balcombe

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George Bloomfield, Shropshire Kings light infantry

George Bloomfield

Shropshire Kings light infantry
Wish I had known you Grandad Died from wounds on 26th sept 1918 Buried in Brie , France. Lived in Acton Beauchamp Nr. Bromyard. . Left a wife and 4 children. Age 32yrs

Submitted by: Sally Steadman

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Edward Gerard Kelly, 1939 - 2578739 R.E. Signalman , 1942- Royal Armoured Corps Trooper/ U/L/CPL

Edward Gerard Kelly

1939 - 2578739 R.E. Signalman , 1942- Royal Armoured Corps Trooper/ U/L/CPL
Had bullet wound in his leg which he joked was made by a bullet that ricocheted around the inside of the tank before finding his leg. He spent 2 months in a hospital in Basra in 1943 It would have been his 100th Birthday 23rd March 2018

Submitted by: Patricia Allerton

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John Ellwood, Leading Air-craftsman

John Ellwood

Leading Air-craftsman
John Ellwood was reargunner on Armstrong Whitley L1432 when it got hit over Fornebu - Norway on the 30. April 1940. John died doing his job as a soldier- and a hero. Rest in peace John- you fought and died for my country. "We shall remember thy"

Submitted by: Bent Lønusten

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Alfred Sullivan, Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles

Alfred Sullivan

Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles
Fought in WW1, injured during the 3rd Battle of Ypres (Langermarke) taken POW held in Hameln Camp before being repatriated. Suffered lifelong injuries. He was a gentle man loved by all his family, who are so very proud of him.

Submitted by: Pauline Holsgrove

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Leonard Oliver, Royal Artillery Feild Gunner

Leonard Oliver

Royal Artillery Feild Gunner
Served in WW2 during Dunkirk and undertook many other military roles on the 1st of April 2018 will be a year since he passed away. Thank you for what you have done for this country we salute you! X A Great War hero and sadly missed by his family x

Submitted by: Suzanne Sansom

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