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John Cooper Sumner, Private, Canadian Infantry.

John Cooper Sumner

Private, Canadian Infantry.
One hundred years ago on 9 April 1917 you gave your life for your new country at the age19yrs and 10mths. Lost from family records in England but now found and remembered by your 3rd cousin on your fathers line.

Submitted by: Michelle Newman

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Frank  Hedley, Sergeant . Glider Pilot Regiment

Frank Hedley

Sergeant . Glider Pilot Regiment
Frank Hedley lost in action 24th March 1945 operation Varsity. A glider pilot 6th British Airborne dropped east of the Rhine near Wesel. The final mass parachute and glider assault of the Second World War suffering heavy casualties. Loved so muchxx

Submitted by: Frances Foderingham nee morris

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Private Hampton Crawford, 36th Ulster Div. 109th Infantry Brigade Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers 9th Batallion

Private Hampton Crawford

36th Ulster Div. 109th Infantry Brigade Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers 9th Batallion
In Loving Memory of Our Beautiful Uncle and Brother who Gave His Life For Freedom at the Battle of the Somme, Age 25 years. Rest in Peace, Uncle.

Submitted by: Elizabeth Williamson

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George William Pilkington, Sapper 30894 Royal Engineers

George William Pilkington

Sapper 30894 Royal Engineers
served signal section suffered illness due to gassing on the Somme. Died 3/1/1965 aged 68 you always wore your medals with pride and honour sadly missed by a proud family Aline Reeve

Submitted by: Aline Reeve

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Alfred Edward Allison, 1/5th Battallion Lincolnshire Regiment

Alfred Edward Allison

1/5th Battallion Lincolnshire Regiment
served ww1 killed in action 13/10/1915 Hollernzollern Redoubt aged 19. No known grave commerated at Loos Cemetery. No photograph sadly did not know you but proud you were a member of my family a great Uncle always remembered Aline Reeve

Submitted by: Aline Reeve

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Leslie Robert Benham, 1023699 Royal Artillery

Leslie Robert Benham

1023699 Royal Artillery
Enlisted as boy soldier, trumpet and bugle band of the Royal Field Artillery. Served in India 1925-1927. Son of Harry and Kate Benham of Chichester. Remembering our dear dad with love by all his family. Sadly missed.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Edward George Hislop, Royal Air Force

Edward George Hislop

Royal Air Force
Son of Cornelius and Georgina Hislop. Served in WW2 in Ceylon. Boat was torpedoed on way back to England but did not sink. You will be always remembered by your family. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Harry Henly, RMB/3025

Harry Henly

RMB/3025
Son of John and Mabel Henly. Royal Marine Band Musican. Lost at sea with the sinking of HMS Hermes 1942. Commemorated on Portsmouth Naval memorial Panel 70 Column 3.You did your duty for your country. You will never be forgotten. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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MICHAEL  MEADE, ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS

MICHAEL MEADE

ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS
E PLURIBUS UNUM

Submitted by: tony reilly

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Frank Belton, 1/8th Battalion, Prince of Wales Own Regiment

Frank Belton

1/8th Battalion, Prince of Wales Own Regiment
Frank died of wounds on the 28th July 1917. He was 25 years of age. Husband to Mary and father to children, Mary aged 7 yrs and Ernest aged 5 yrs. Frank was a Grandad I never knew. His memory is cherished with pride by his Family. M.McIntosh

Submitted by: Margaret McIntosh

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Thomas Farrell, Private upto 2nd Lt

Thomas Farrell

Private upto 2nd Lt
Remembering granddad born in Bootle in 1886, a career soldier who survived WW1 despite being wounded 3 times. He served in The Loyal Nth Lancs, Machine Gun Corps and Tank Corps. He also served in WW2 as a trainer. and died in 1959. Rest In Peace xx

Submitted by: Jac Dunn

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FJ Wilkinson, WW2 RAC POW

FJ Wilkinson

WW2 RAC POW
You can get your relatives medals FREE of CHARGE here:https://www.gov.uk/apply-medal-or-veterans-badge/apply-for-a-medal

Submitted by: Christine Wilkinson

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Michael Mervyn, Lance Sergeant

Michael Mervyn

Lance Sergeant
Served in WW2, he died of his wounds serving in the Western Europe Campaign, 1944/45. Gone but never forgotten uncle Mickey. Loved and missed by all his family

Submitted by: Thomas Mervyn

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Eric  Wharton Woodhead, Pte 4546368 East Yorks. Reg. 5th Bn

Eric Wharton Woodhead

Pte 4546368 East Yorks. Reg. 5th Bn
b 20/01/1920. Killed in action 28/10/1944 age 24. Son of John Hemingway and Priscilla Woodhead, brother of the late John and Sybil of Stone Chair. Husband of Mabel, brother of Doreen Roberts. Grave I E 3 at Nederweert War Cemetery. God Bless

Submitted by: Janet Roberts

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Percival ‘Hugh’  White, Major - Middlesex Regiment and sent to Burma with the 12th Army based in Rangoon

Percival ‘Hugh’ White

Major - Middlesex Regiment and sent to Burma with the 12th Army based in Rangoon
Much loved father and grandfather who is dearly missed by all the family. We will always be proud of you, the White family all remember's you are in all of our Hearts.

Submitted by: Mr White

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Edwin Joseph Tapner, A/1103 Lance Corporal

Edwin Joseph Tapner

A/1103 Lance Corporal
Served with "D" Coy 2nd Btn Kings Royal Rifles. Loving son of Edwin and Harriet Tapner. Buried at Maroc British Cemetery Grenay. In memory of a long gone solider taken too early. Always remembered.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Hnery Joseph Butcher, G/6597

Hnery Joseph Butcher

G/6597
Son of Henry and Elizabeth Butcher. Served and died for his country. Gave your life on 22nd March 1918 on the Somme. Buried in Villers-Faucon Communial Cemetery Extension Plot 111 grave A.10. Always remembered

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Stephen George Lydiatt, R/36883

Stephen George Lydiatt

R/36883
Served with the Kings Royal Rifles and gave his life for his country on 16th January 1918. You will always be remembered in our family with pride. Commerated on Tyne Cot Memorial.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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William  `Hider, 33492

William `Hider

33492
Remembering a brave man who served with the 8th Bn East Surrey regiment and gave the ultimate sacrifice on 3rd May 1917. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Edward Henry Smith, 200558

Edward Henry Smith

200558
Served with the 1st/4th Bn Royal Sussex regiment. He was taken into glory on 1st August 1918. A young man who made the ultimate sacrifice. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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