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Llewellyn Mitcham, Royal Garrison Artillery, Battery Quartermaster Sergeant

Llewellyn Mitcham

Royal Garrison Artillery, Battery Quartermaster Sergeant
So very proud to find out that I had a grandfather who fought in WWI, shame I never got to know you.

Submitted by: Linda De Santiz

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Norman Carfoot, Fl Lt Pilot- 49th Squadron- Fiskerton, Lincolnshire

Norman Carfoot

Fl Lt Pilot- 49th Squadron- Fiskerton, Lincolnshire
Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice- November 3, 1943

Submitted by: Dillon Carfoot

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Samuel Adam Ashworth, 92229 Lancashire Fusiliers

Samuel Adam Ashworth

92229 Lancashire Fusiliers
Fought in Egypt and the Middle East .Came home safely to his family and died in 1967 aged 81 years.

Submitted by: Diane Passco

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Joseph  Lomax, No 841 Lance Corporall  1st Bn Lancashire Fusili

Joseph Lomax

No 841 Lance Corporall 1st Bn Lancashire Fusili
Served in India for over 7 years. Killed in action, landing on W beach in the Gallipoli Penisula April 25th 1915 age 29. He has no grave but his name is commemorated on the Helles Memorial.Never forgotten and often talked about by his family.

Submitted by: Diane Passco

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william simeon Lomax, 36538 Private 7th Bn Kings Own Yorkshire Light  Infantry

william simeon Lomax

36538 Private 7th Bn Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Died from wounds 13/8/1918 aged 20 years -Buried in Roisel Communal Cemetery in France .Too young to die and often talked about by his family. Sadly we have no pictures of Uncle Bill.

Submitted by: Diane Passco

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Albert Edward Thomas, 2nd Lieutenant 99th Machine Gun Company

Albert Edward Thomas

2nd Lieutenant 99th Machine Gun Company
Enlisted June 1915 Honorable Artillery Company, became 2nd Lieut. Jan. 1916 3rd Monmouthshire. Then 2nd Div. 99th Machine Gun Company. Killed in action near Miraumont, France Feb. 17, 1917. He was 19 years old. We remember Albert and his sacrifice.

Submitted by: Jane Shumate

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Robert Stocking, Corporal

Robert Stocking

Corporal
Older brother of James Stocking, he was b.1896 - d.1984. Joining in 1914 he saw service in France, Salonika, Egypt, Gaza Strip, Nablus, Beersheba etc,. He had various medals, incl Territorial Long Service medal +2 bars and the First Aid Medal 1918.

Submitted by: Frederick Stocking

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James Stocking, Private

James Stocking

Private
He was my father b.1899 - d.1985. He joined in 1917 and was in the 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment, attached to King's Own Rifles. HIs service no. was 268986 or 65378. The photo was taken following enlistment but he never saw active service.

Submitted by: Frederick Stocking

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Peter Ligertwood, 2nd Battalion RMLI WW1

Peter Ligertwood

2nd Battalion RMLI WW1
Peter Your face and wreath every year I lay with Royal Marine Officers Your wreath is laid at the Royal Marines Memorial on Plymouth Hoe in Memory of Passchendaele Ridge. RIP.

Submitted by: Donald Ligertwood

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Thomas  Williams, Royal Navy   Stoker 2nd Class

Thomas Williams

Royal Navy Stoker 2nd Class
Served and was killed on HMS Orion saving troops from Crete. Loved and still missed by his family.

Submitted by: Jo Usher

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John James Mylchreest, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers. 280947

John James Mylchreest

Private, Lancashire Fusiliers. 280947
Son of Harry & Eliza, of Douglas Isle of Man. Killed in Action 9th October 1917 aged 24 years, at Zonnebeke, West Flanders, Belgium. Listed on Tyne Cot Memorial. Panel 54 to 60 and 163A

Submitted by: Roy Mylchreest

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Raymond E. C. BARNES, 14303426 Private

Raymond E. C. BARNES

14303426 Private
RAMC att 2nd Bn DCLI KIA 13 May 1944 Rapido River age 20 Beautiful memories Cherished forever Of happy days Spent together

Submitted by: Royce Tranter

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Nigel Mantle, Sergeant 8th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1912 - 1916 awarded Silver war medal

Nigel Mantle

Sergeant 8th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1912 - 1916 awarded Silver war medal
A regular soldier who fought on the Somme was injured and died in 1933 leaving 4 young children. Still missed and remembered by his family.

Submitted by: Nigel Mantle

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Herbert Preston, 2nd Lieutenant  RFA

Herbert Preston

2nd Lieutenant RFA
Served in British Overseas Army and WWI. 1911 - 1920. I never knew my Grandfather but I am proud of his service to Queen and country

Submitted by: Briony Hayes

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Mark Ellwood,  private  11938

Mark Ellwood

private 11938
1st world war brave man will not be forgotten for my grandad died 1941 love granddaughter janet brown r.i.p

Submitted by: Janet Brown

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Mark  Ellwood, private   service number 11938

Mark Ellwood

private service number 11938
this Dedication is for my grandad Mark Ellwood born 1897 died 1941 he fought in world war 1 a brave man the gas affected his lungs he was in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders not be forgotten r.i.p janet brown

Submitted by: Janet Brown

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Edward  R Weare, M2/ 082869 Lcpl Army Service Corp Mechanical Transport Division

Edward R Weare

M2/ 082869 Lcpl Army Service Corp Mechanical Transport Division
Arrived in France 1915 attached to 12 Siege Battery RHA. He supplied ammunition to siege batteries including the 49th Canadian Division to which his brother Capt Cecil Weare MC was attached. He was awarded the Victory,British and 1915 Star medals.

Submitted by: Reginald Barrett

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Jack Alexander  Munday , Corporal.   2/5th battalion   Queens Royal Regiment. (Surrey)

Jack Alexander Munday

Corporal. 2/5th battalion Queens Royal Regiment. (Surrey)
Amended .. Served in WW2 in Nth Africa and Italy . Died 23/10/1943 near Naples Italy . Loved husband of Ada and father of June . Grandfather to 4,great grandfather to 9 . GG grandfather to 8+ RIP

Submitted by: Jessica pine

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Cieslaw Cartowski, WWi Polish Calvary- WW II Warrant Officer Polish 2nd Corps 8th Army

Cieslaw Cartowski

WWi Polish Calvary- WW II Warrant Officer Polish 2nd Corps 8th Army
Czeslaw Jan Zenon Czartowski, (1897-1968) in WW I was a staff sergeant with the Polish cavalry and was awarded the Vertuti Militari. In WW II, he was a warrant officer with the Army Supply Depot- Polish 2nd Corps, 8th army. He was discharged 1947.

Submitted by: Bill Young

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Ronald Bramhall, RAF pilot Sgt

Ronald Bramhall

RAF pilot Sgt
I never had the chance to meet you but your sister (my mother) has always spoken of you, so I almost feel like I know you. We all all very proud of you.

Submitted by: Barbara Martin

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