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Samuel Tatler, Royal Welch Fusiliers

Samuel Tatler

Royal Welch Fusiliers
Samuel Tatler Nr 3663016 Born 17-Januari -1922 Son fromThomas and Annie Tatler en husband from Edna Tatler Samuel died on 9 Februar 1945 Remebered With Honour Groesbeek War Cemetery We will never forget them Plot VI .H.8

Submitted by: Fred Hulsman

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Capt Shripatrao Vishwasrao, Capt

Capt Shripatrao Vishwasrao

Capt
Served in WW2. Fought for Indo British Army.Awarded with Military Cross. He worked in Education sector after his retirement. He passed away peacefully on30th July 1998. Family remembering him on his 20th Death Anniversary in 2018.

Submitted by: Pratibha Kadam

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John Williams, private

John Williams

private
served with South wales Borderers, A miner from Tredegar South Wales, died aged 27 on the 31st July 1917 ,1st day of the battle of Passchendaele,left a wife and 3 children. He is buried at Sanctuary Wood cemetery,Belgium.

Submitted by: Susan Oliver

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PATRICK LENIHAN, 2nd Bn Royal Munster Fusiliers, Sjt

PATRICK LENIHAN

2nd Bn Royal Munster Fusiliers, Sjt
He was killed on 26.03.1915 by a shell on Neuve Chapelle trench line. He was buried in Edward Street Cemetery and reburied in Cabaret Rouge Cemetery in Souchez with the two other soldiers who died with him. Photo taken with his daughter age 3.

Submitted by: James Newcombe

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John Shrigley, Lance Corporal Army Number 14526065 R.A.M.C.

John Shrigley

Lance Corporal Army Number 14526065 R.A.M.C.
Served in R.A.M.C. Enlisted 2nd. February 1943. Stationed in Johore Hospital. Returned home on the Empress of Australia which docked in Liverpool.

Submitted by: Joan Harrison

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John  Shrigley, Lance Corporal Army Number 14526065 R.A.M.C.

John Shrigley

Lance Corporal Army Number 14526065 R.A.M.C.
Born 1908 in Lostock, Bolton. Life-long member of St. John's Ambulance. Enlisted from Aspull on 02-February 1943. Served in WW2 in India. Based in Johore State Hospital and Rangoon. Sailed home to Liverpool.on the "Empress of Australia".

Submitted by: Joan Harrison

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John Hoyle, Private 204121

John Hoyle

Private 204121
John Hoyle, Private #204121. Born in a Workhouse and never knew his parents. Served in Gallipoli, WW2.from 28/09/1914 to 27/02/1919. Still remembered for his good sense of humour.

Submitted by: Joan Harrison

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William Alfred Roberts, Private. Ist Bn East Surrey Regiment

William Alfred Roberts

Private. Ist Bn East Surrey Regiment
Died 21 April 1918 aged 19. Remembered with Honour by all his family. We salute you and the many others who perished in WW1. Rest in Peace 'Barlow'

Submitted by: Sandra Barker

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Ernest Quirk, Engine Room Artificer "HMS Ivanhoe", #C/MX49923

Ernest Quirk

Engine Room Artificer "HMS Ivanhoe", #C/MX49923
Died 01-June 1940 at sea aboard HMS Ivanhoe which was bombed whilst bringing soldiers back from Dunkirk. Memorial in Woodlands Cemetery, Gillingham, Kent. Remembered by son Reg and all the family

Submitted by: Joan Harrison

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Thomas William Bramwell, Private 8th Yorkshire regiment  17113

Thomas William Bramwell

Private 8th Yorkshire regiment 17113
My Grandad born 1880 Father of 7 A Durham Hewer My research reveals he fought at the Somme and Passchendaele He died in hospital following a fall in 1958 aged 78 when i was 3 years old God rest you Tommy All of them heroes

Submitted by: Peter Wade

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ROBERT HIGHAN, DRIVER

ROBERT HIGHAN

DRIVER
SERVED HIS COUNTRY AND A AM TRYING TO FIND WHAR REG HE WAS IN AND CANT IF ANY ONE KNOWS ANY ONE IN THE PHOROS PLEASE LET ME KNOW THANK YOU

Submitted by: Lilian removed

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Albert Deleu, Royal welch fusiliers

Albert Deleu

Royal welch fusiliers
Served in Burma as a medic during WW2, a proud and generous man who will never be forgotten, passed away 2007.

Submitted by: Anthony Hunt

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David Smallridge, Royal Navy steward

David Smallridge

Royal Navy steward
Served in the Royal Navy from 1938-1947,served on board many ships, but his favourite was HMS Burnham during the battle of the Atlantic. Passed away in 1997, a great man whose life and story will not be forgotten. I miss him everyday.

Submitted by: Anthony Hunt

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cyril  Tucker, Petty Officer Royal Navy

cyril Tucker

Petty Officer Royal Navy
Served in many ships including the Arctic Convoys throughout WW2 and beyond. Much missed and remembered with pride and love.

Submitted by: Ian Tucker

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CHARLES RODAWAY, PTE 3710515 2nd LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT

CHARLES RODAWAY

PTE 3710515 2nd LOYAL NORTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT
BORN 1916 DIED 31 / 8/2017, We shall not see his like again. God Bless you Charlie. Stand easy duty done. Tony Rodaway

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James Brett, Sergeant, Canterbury Infantry Regiment, Service Number 25/1008

James Brett

Sergeant, Canterbury Infantry Regiment, Service Number 25/1008
Killed in action 4 October 1917 at Ypres, Belgium. Sadly missed by his family

Submitted by: Linda Hawkey

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William Richards, Private 14175 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry

William Richards

Private 14175 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry
William was killed on 26th September 1917 at the Battle of Polygon Wood which was one of the battles during The Third Battle of Ypres referred to as Passchendaele. He was never found and he is commemorated at the Tyne cot Commonwealth War Cemetery.

Submitted by: Andrew Poyner

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Robert Ramsey, WW1

Robert Ramsey

WW1
Robert my grans brother parents William and Mary Sisters Margaret Lily Ellen Brother William. Killed in action Remembered forever Other family names unknown Margaret Camblin

Submitted by: marg sherrard

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Thomas Camblin, Royal Scots

Thomas Camblin

Royal Scots
To my grand dad. Proud of you always. Margaret

Submitted by: marg sherrard

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John Insley, Rifleman

John Insley

Rifleman
To the memory of an uncle I never met. Killed at Plum farm near Wieltje on the 14th August 1917. He has no known grave and is commemorated on Panel 40 of the Menin Gate R.I.P. I do not have any pictures of him in uniform.

Submitted by: Roger Yeomans

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