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William "Billy"   La Touche Congreve VC, Major

William "Billy" La Touche Congreve VC

Major
Major William "Billy" La Touche Congreve VC, DSO, MC (12 Mar 1891 – 20 July 1916) Recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces

Submitted by: Mr White

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Percy Francis Gethin, Second Lieutenant

Percy Francis Gethin

Second Lieutenant
A talented artist with works in some major museums. Rest easy Percy your sacrifice and your talent is not forgotten.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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John William Greenwood, Private 241478

John William Greenwood

Private 241478
In flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses rowan row You will be remembered for your sacrifice,Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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William Lee, Private 12th Btn Durham Light Infantry 35160

William Lee

Private 12th Btn Durham Light Infantry 35160
William Lee died on 7th June 1917 on the first day of the Battle of Messines. We owe an enormous debt for your courage. Submitted by Jo Callaghan

Submitted by: Jo Callaghan

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GEORGE FREDERICK WARWICK, Caporal

GEORGE FREDERICK WARWICK

Caporal
George Frederick s'est engagé en novembre 1915 en tant que Dispatch Rider. En mars 1917, il entre au 1er Bataillon du Royal Warwickshire Regiment et combat à Arras, puis il participe à la 3ème Bataille d'Ypres où il est tué le 5 octobre. R.I.P

Submitted by: PIERRE ROUVILLOIS

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John  Powell, Able Seaman  (SS1861)

John Powell

Able Seaman (SS1861)
John served in the Great war he lost his life with his shipmates on the HMS GOOD HOPE.. He and those who died in that terrible battle lie at the bottom of the ocean.. We have no grave to pay our respects to you but you will all remain Heroes RIP xxx

Submitted by: Lesley Volante

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Harold George Selwyn  Swain, Private, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Otago Regiment, 1 Battalion (Service Number: 16003):

Harold George Selwyn Swain

Private, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Otago Regiment, 1 Battalion (Service Number: 16003):
Served in WWI, killed in action, Battle for Messines, 15 June 1917. Commemorated in the Messines Ridge (New Zealand) Memorial to the Missing, Mesen. Always be remembered by his family. Son of John William Cowling Swain and Grace Elizabeth Swain.

Submitted by: Brian Bray

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haigh chatterton, 1576209. Sergeant (Air.Gnr) Royal Airforce, Volunteer Reserve. 49 Sqn. Fiskerton.

haigh chatterton

1576209. Sergeant (Air.Gnr) Royal Airforce, Volunteer Reserve. 49 Sqn. Fiskerton.
In memory of brother-in-law Haigh (Harry) Chatterton, whose Lancaster Bomber came down near Hubbelrath, Germany, 8/9 April 1943. He was aged 22.

Submitted by: alan white

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william henry lewis white, SS/113397, Stoker 1ST. Class. Royal Navy. H.M.S. Queen Mary.

william henry lewis white

SS/113397, Stoker 1ST. Class. Royal Navy. H.M.S. Queen Mary.
In memory of uncle William, who died aged 26, 31st May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland.

Submitted by: alan white

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samuel richard philip white, 46944, 23rd ( Tyneside Scottish) Bn., Northumberland Fusiliers. Private.

samuel richard philip white

46944, 23rd ( Tyneside Scottish) Bn., Northumberland Fusiliers. Private.
In memory of an uncle who died aged 23 on 10th April 1918.Dedicated on Ploegsteert Memorial.

Submitted by: alan white

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James Gilmore, Private in the Queens Own (Royal West Kent)

James Gilmore

Private in the Queens Own (Royal West Kent)
A young life lost fighting for his country in Flanders during the Battle of Ypres - Battle of the Menin Road Ridge on the 20.09.1917 aged 20 years. My Great Uncle, buried so far from home in the British Cemetery Godewaersvelde France.

Submitted by: Caroline Robertson

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James Gilmore, Private in the Queens Own (Royal West Kent)

James Gilmore

Private in the Queens Own (Royal West Kent)
A young life lost fighting for his country in Flanders during the Battle of Ypres - Battle of the Menin Road Ridge on the 20.09.1917 aged 20 years. My Great Uncle, buried so far from home in the British Cemetery Godewaersvelde France.

Submitted by: Caroline Robertson

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JOHN  THOMAS CROOK, PVT. EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT.  NO. 203329,  1914-1918, 2ND, BATT.

JOHN THOMAS CROOK

PVT. EAST LANCASHIRE REGIMENT. NO. 203329, 1914-1918, 2ND, BATT.
John Thomas Crook lived in an Orphanage, workhouse, then Army fighting for King and Country, K.I.A. on, 24 Apr 1918. The Crook family of Blackburn with great pride pay tribute to John and all his comrades. LEST WE FORGET. Howard Crook in Australia.

Submitted by: Howard Crook

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henry brasier, shoeing smith

henry brasier

shoeing smith
God Bless your soul, my great grand father, Henry James Brasier; Born 1879 in Worcestershire, married 1908, and died aged 48, in 1928, from the effects of mustard gas.

Submitted by: David Brasier

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Albert Henry Owens, Private; 5th Battalion , Dorsetshire Regiment

Albert Henry Owens

Private; 5th Battalion , Dorsetshire Regiment
Albert Henry Owens was my great grandfather. He served in WW1 and fought for his country. He died at the 'Battle of Scimitar' - 21/8/1915. A great family hero who will not be forgotten by his family.

Submitted by: Elizabeth Baczkowski

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George William  Sainsbury , 3rd, 10th & 23rd London Regiment private 4057, 7580, 703622

George William Sainsbury

3rd, 10th & 23rd London Regiment private 4057, 7580, 703622
Served in WW1 in France & Egypt. Was injured then a month later died for his country. Buried in Damascus Commonwealth War Cemetery. A hero missed & loved by his family, always remembered.

Submitted by: shirley griffiths

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ROBERT ALBERT BEETHAM, Lance Bombardier73916, RGA ,Badge No.B297196

ROBERT ALBERT BEETHAM

Lance Bombardier73916, RGA ,Badge No.B297196
Gt Uncle Robert was born in 1896 at Sapley Lane, Hartford in Huntingdonshire. He served in the Royal Garrison Artillery as a Lance Bombardier at the Somme and Cambrai. He was 23years when he died. We will always remember him.

Submitted by: Patricia Glover

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ROBERT ALBERT BEETHAM, RGA.73916 Lance Bombardier. WW1

ROBERT ALBERT BEETHAM

RGA.73916 Lance Bombardier. WW1
Robert Beetham was born in 1896 at Sapley Lane ,Hartford in Huntingdonshire. He fought at the Somme and Cambrai and was awarded the Silver Medal. He died aged 23years . We would have loved to have known you.

Submitted by: Patricia Glover

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Edward (Ned) Boyle, Pte 3889 1st Btn

Edward (Ned) Boyle

Pte 3889 1st Btn
Born 1890-92 Co Mayo Son of Thomas Boyle and Mary (Meegan) Died 24 April 1915 Ypres Belgium Named on Panel 42 Menin Gate Memorial Sadly I do not have any pictures of Edward

Submitted by: S Alderson

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david John, 13th Battalion Gloucester regiment, Forest of Dean pioneers

david John

13th Battalion Gloucester regiment, Forest of Dean pioneers
Served in WW1, Injured at the battle of Thiepval ridge 1916. Passed away 1954 because of injuries caused in the great war. Like all soldiers of the great war he is gone but not forgotten.

Submitted by: Anthony Hunt

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