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Ernest James  Fletcher, Corporal    53rd Welsh Division, Royal Army Medical Corps

Ernest James Fletcher

Corporal 53rd Welsh Division, Royal Army Medical Corps
My great Uncle, killed at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli 11th August 1915, aged 24 Thank you for making the ultimate sacrifice for us all. Rest in peace, Hill 10 cemetery, Gallipoli Submitted by Steve Swindell

Submitted by: Stephen Swindell

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Fred Barraclough, Army number -14935973 served as a royal engineer in Egypt.enlisted on 15.2.45

Fred Barraclough

Army number -14935973 served as a royal engineer in Egypt.enlisted on 15.2.45
My great grandad.happy to share this with you.

Submitted by: Elizabeth Hawksley

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Fred Coleman, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Service Number 4203572

Fred Coleman

Royal Irish Fusiliers, Service Number 4203572
Fred Coleman1913-1981. Fusilier, served in WW2 with the1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Fusiliers. He was wounded in action 6th of October 1943 in Italy. Married Irene Gildea. Dedicated by Ronald Coleman loved and remembered by all of us for ever.

Submitted by: Ronald Coleman

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James Oldfield, Private 20 Batt Manchester Regiment

James Oldfield

Private 20 Batt Manchester Regiment
Son of William & Elizabeth Oldfield nee Warren of Swinton, Manchester. Was stretcher bearer and awarded MM in Oct 1917 for actions at 3rd Battle of Ypres. Survived and died in 1967. Kathleen Shaw, granddaughter

Submitted by: Kathleen Shaw

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James Oldfield, Private 20 Batt Manchester Regiment

James Oldfield

Private 20 Batt Manchester Regiment
Son of William & Elizabeth Oldfield nee Warren of Swinton, Manchester. Was stretcher bearer and awarded MM in Oct 1917 for actions at 3rd Battle of Ypres. Survived and died in 1967. Kathleen Shaw, granddaughter

Submitted by: Kathleen Shaw

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Dyson Kewley, Private,  10th Battalion Kings own Light Infantry service No 37192

Dyson Kewley

Private, 10th Battalion Kings own Light Infantry service No 37192
Son of John James and Grace Annie Kewley of Marsden. Died of wounds near Ypres on 8th March 1918 Buried at Canada Farm Cemetery Elverdinghe Belgium. Cousin of Fred (died 10/10/1917) and Norman Kewley (died 1/12/1918)

Submitted by: Maureen Kewley

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George Cousins, Private 13th Batt Manchester Regt/RE

George Cousins

Private 13th Batt Manchester Regt/RE
Great Uncle - During WW1 served in France & Salonika. Returned to UK in 1917 as casualty (malaria) but then tfd. to RE. until 1919, when pensioned off. Died of Prostate Cancer in 1930. Life cut short but not wasted From Kath Shaw

Submitted by: Kathleen Shaw

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James Coussons (Cousins), L/Cpl 20th Batts. Manchester Regiment.

James Coussons (Cousins)

L/Cpl 20th Batts. Manchester Regiment.
Great Uncle. Reported missing killed in action 7th October 1917 Polygon Wood during Battle of Passchendael. Commemorated at TYNE COT MEMORIAL Belgium. On behalf of Oldfield/Cousins Family Kathleen Shaw, great niece

Submitted by: Kathleen Shaw

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Edward Sharples, 11582 Private, 2nd. Battalion, Grenadier Guards

Edward Sharples

11582 Private, 2nd. Battalion, Grenadier Guards
Served WW1. Died 21st. November 1914 at First Battle of Ypres. At rest CWG Boulogne-sur-Mer, Eastern Cemetery. ref III. A. 61. Remembered with love.

Submitted by: Brian Sharples

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William Marchant, Private Machine Gun Corp. Reg# 82888

William Marchant

Private Machine Gun Corp. Reg# 82888
Born 1898. Died France 10 April 1918

Submitted by: Mark Higgins

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George  Dixon, Rifleman

George Dixon

Rifleman
Mr Great Uncle George Dixon fought in the Durham Light Infantry and also the Rifle Brigade, London Regiment. He died in 1918 in France and is buried in the Windmill British Cemetery, Monchy-le-Preux, Pas de Calais. He was 23 years old.

Submitted by: Ann Chard

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Christopher Thomas  Catlin, Royal Marine

Christopher Thomas Catlin

Royal Marine
To my Great Uncle Chris Catlin who lost his life aboard HMS Southampton who Died Aged 21 11th January 1941 when his ship was torpedoed off Malta sacrificed his all fighting for freedom

Submitted by: David McNamara

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Reginald Stacey, Cheshire Regiment & South Lance (rank Sergeant)

Reginald Stacey

Cheshire Regiment & South Lance (rank Sergeant)
D-day 7:30am with south lancs,landed Normandy beaches,upon advancing took direct hit to his chest, he fell and was placed alongside the dead on the beach only to be noticed by a medic he moved,he under a great deal of effort was evacuated back to uk.

Submitted by: D Pritchard

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John Bryan, Cpl

John Bryan

Cpl
It is with great sadness that 22557816 Cpl John Bryan former DLI has passed away peacefully in his sleep, a gentleman father grandfather and loved husband he will be missed and loved by all his family.

Submitted by: David Coulter

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William Gibney, Lance Corporal,Royal Fusiliers.

William Gibney

Lance Corporal,Royal Fusiliers.
Though we did not know you you are remembered in our family.1st cousin twice removed.God bless and keep you.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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david richards, able sea man  RICHARDS  HMS CORDELIA

david richards

able sea man RICHARDS HMS CORDELIA
FOUGHT AT BATTLE OF JUTLAND ALSO WAS A BOXER FOR ROYAL NAVY

Submitted by: Lloyd Richards

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Robert Ewart, Pte. Royal Marines

Robert Ewart

Pte. Royal Marines
My Uncle Robert was one of the Cockleshell Heroes of WW11 executed by the Germans. We are all very proud of him

Submitted by: Ann Robertson

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William Harry Prax, Sailor : Royal navy

William Harry Prax

Sailor : Royal navy
William Prax is the one in the white t-shirt, my great uncle served in the Royal Navy as a sailor during ww2, he travelled to North Africa in ww2 aswell as taking part in many sea battles,he stayed in the navy after the war for a further 22 years.

Submitted by: Glynn Welsh

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Fred  Jones , british infantry ww1

Fred Jones

british infantry ww1
Fred Jones served in the first world war as a private little is known about what regiment or battalion he was in.Fred is my nanna's dad my great grandad he survived through ww1. he passed away in 1937

Submitted by: Glynn Welsh

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Stan  Jone, Parachute Regiment

Stan Jone

Parachute Regiment
Stan Jones was in the Parachute Regiment during ww2 to my knowledge he made atleast 2 successful jumps during ww2. Stan Jones is my Nanna's brother he served his regiment with honour and pride.he passed away still a young age in the mid 1950's

Submitted by: Glynn Welsh

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