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William Hackney Wood, Signalman 2363025 Royal Corps of Signal (attd Indian Signal Corps)

William Hackney Wood

Signalman 2363025 Royal Corps of Signal (attd Indian Signal Corps)
Captured 15th Feb 1942 Burma. Died and liberated April 1945. Buried in Kanchanburi War Cemetery. Son of William Hackney and Mary Jane Wood, brother of Gladys and Nellie, Meir, Stoke. To a long lost relative who gave his life for King and country.

Submitted by: Suzanne Colclough

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William George Fall, 1st Btn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment.  Pte 2448

William George Fall

1st Btn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Pte 2448
Gt Uncle Bill, you gave your life at 21 fighting for your country. Having visited Crump Trench, Fampoux, where you lie, I can only imagine the horrors you encountered and can promise you will never be forgotten. God Bless you and all your comrades.

Submitted by: Sandra Boyles

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William Sparshott, 42893, Private, 10th. Essex Regiment. (Formerly 5th. V.Bn.Sussex Regiment)

William Sparshott

42893, Private, 10th. Essex Regiment. (Formerly 5th. V.Bn.Sussex Regiment)
Killed in action 8th.August 1918. Aged 19 years. At rest in Beacon British Cemetery, Sailly-Laurette, France. Ref: VI. A.4. My Uncle, much loved brother of my Mother Dorothy Elizabeth Sharples (nee Sparshott). Remembered always with love. Brian.

Submitted by: Brian Sharples

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John Blain, 2976833 5/6 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

John Blain

2976833 5/6 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Dedicated to my Grandfather LSgt John Blain of 5/6 A and SH died on the St Nazire extraction aboard SS Lancastria. 17th June 1940. Buried at St Marie De Re.

Submitted by: Thomas Watson

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George Simmons, 7th Infantry Brigade, 25th Infantry Battalion, 17th Reinforcements

George Simmons

7th Infantry Brigade, 25th Infantry Battalion, 17th Reinforcements
Corporal George Simmons 6194. Fought bravely for his country. Returned home 1920 with wife Christina & child George Stanley onboard HMS Honorato. Father of 8 children. Loved and remembered by all his family. Submitted by: Christina Simmons

Submitted by: Christina Smith

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Robert Richard Fisher, Private. 8th Battalion, King's Own Light Infantry

Robert Richard Fisher

Private. 8th Battalion, King's Own Light Infantry
To my Great Grandfather. Grandma spoke of you often, I would like to have had an opportunity to know you. Thank you for your sacrifice.

Submitted by: Dee Dubya

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Robert Richard Fisher, Private. 8th Battalion King's Own Light Infantry

Robert Richard Fisher

Private. 8th Battalion King's Own Light Infantry
To my Great Grandad, Grandma spoke about you often, I wish I had had the opportunity to know you.

Submitted by: Dee Dubya

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Albert Stacey, Duke of Wellington

Albert Stacey

Duke of Wellington
In loving memory to my grandfather, 96 year old Albert passed yesterday. He has taught values to his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A D’oulx who will Be forever cherished and missed by all.

Submitted by: Tracy Stacey

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Fred Kewley, 2nd Battalion Duke of Wellingtons Regiment

Fred Kewley

2nd Battalion Duke of Wellingtons Regiment
Eldest Son of Mr Thomas A and Mrs Frances Kewley. Died of Wounds as a Prisoner of War 10th October 1917. He is Buried at the Niederzwehren Cemetery Cassel in Germany An inscription on his headstone reads “Worthy of Everlasting Love.

Submitted by: Maureen Kewley

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Michael Dinnegan, 3480 2Bn ,Leinster Regiment 19/061915 Flanders

Michael Dinnegan

3480 2Bn ,Leinster Regiment 19/061915 Flanders
To my great Uncle who was in Great War in Flanders Fields 19/6/1915 May you Rest in Peace From Michael Dinnegan Ireland

Submitted by: Michael Dinnegan

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Henry Charles Gunn, 617121 - Aircraftman 1st Class

Henry Charles Gunn

617121 - Aircraftman 1st Class
617121 - Aircraftman 1st Class

Submitted by: Linda Garrattley

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Arthur Harms, Lance corporal

Arthur Harms

Lance corporal
To a long lost relative who gave his life for King and country. Lost at the age of 38.

Submitted by: Chris Harms

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John Francis Daly, Corporal, 10th bat, Essex Regiment

John Francis Daly

Corporal, 10th bat, Essex Regiment
Died 20th July 1916 in Delville Wood. His commanding officer told his brother that he was shot in the chest while helping a wounded comrade. No known grave but remembered on the Thiepval memorial. See website for details.

Submitted by: Simon Cains

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William Esmond  Turner, A private in the army in WW1

William Esmond Turner

A private in the army in WW1
A beloved grandfather who served in France in WW1. He returned home but was deaf due to the noise of mortar fire His lungs were damaged because of mustard gas. He never spoke of his time in the army because of the terrible things he had experienced.

Submitted by: Elaine Peluch

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Reginald Thomas Ashby, Private No. 47056 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Reginald Thomas Ashby

Private No. 47056 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
In memory of Reginald Ashby who was killed in action in France on 15 October 1918 aged 19. He has no known grave and is named on the Memorial to the Missing in Tyne Cot Cemetery, Zonnebeke, Belgium. Remembered with pride by his family.

Submitted by: Hilary Ashby

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Francis McIntyre, Second Lieutenant   8th Bn East Yorkshire East Yorkshire

Francis McIntyre

Second Lieutenant 8th Bn East Yorkshire East Yorkshire
Son of William John McIntyre and Margaret McIntyre of West View, Bishop Auckland. Died 03/05/1915.Commemorated Pas de Calais . Arras Memorial. Sadly Missed by his family.

Submitted by: Sue Kazaglis

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Johnathan Bonnington, 2nd/4thBn.,King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Johnathan Bonnington

2nd/4thBn.,King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
To an uncle I never knew about until this year (2017). It has been my privilege to escort the Legion flag for 8 / 9 years on Pudsey's Remembrance Parade. In 2018 your name will rightfully be on the Cenotaph. You died so young aged 22 years.

Submitted by: Bryan Bonnington

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Thomas Lee, Private 7495, 2nd Bn., Royal Irish Regiment

Thomas Lee

Private 7495, 2nd Bn., Royal Irish Regiment
In honour of Thomas Lee who gave his life so that we could live ours. A beloved son of Bridget & Martin Lee, Thomas will always be remembered with love and pride.

Submitted by: Martin Lee

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Ernest Cox, Canadian Army

Ernest Cox

Canadian Army
My Great Uncle Died at the Battle of the Somme after emigrating to Canada with his wife. His name is on Bishop Tachbrooks War Memorial. I think his wife came back to Kenilworth

Submitted by: Joan Cox

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John William Bradbury, 25th Canadian Infantry

John William Bradbury

25th Canadian Infantry
Died on the 27 April 1906 and is buried the Canadian cemetery at Voormezeele enclosures 1 and 3. Grave Number B2-19.

Submitted by: Graham Vernon

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