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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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Peter Keenan , Service Number- 2004- Private 58th Bn, Australian infantry , A.I.F ,

Peter Keenan

Service Number- 2004- Private 58th Bn, Australian infantry , A.I.F ,
Served WW1 - Died September 25th 1917 Less we forget .

Submitted by: Sharon Taylor

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arnold samuel cope, 32nd Battalion,10th Reinforcement, Australian Imperial Force /Private  Number 4034

arnold samuel cope

32nd Battalion,10th Reinforcement, Australian Imperial Force /Private Number 4034
My grandfather went to war at the age of 22yrs,leaving a wife and 9month old son(my father)' Thank you for going to hell for your country and keeping us safe. always in our prayers Janice and Nola

Submitted by: Janice Berens

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Ernest Ridgeway, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - Private 4687688

Ernest Ridgeway

Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - Private 4687688
Served in WW2, he fought & died for his country. He died as a young father of 3 on 2 May 1944 in Poland at the age of 32, and was buried in Malbork, Poland. All of his family to this day are proud of him & remember him always

Submitted by: Nikki Smallwood

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Jeffrey Alan (Pill) Hill, 24177529 Trooper Hill, A Sqdn, 3rd Royal Tank Regiment

Jeffrey Alan (Pill) Hill

24177529 Trooper Hill, A Sqdn, 3rd Royal Tank Regiment
Born in Bristol to Clifford Hill and Edith Hartwell, Clifford is on this wall too, and Edith's father is also remembered. served in Northern Ireland & Fallingbostel in Germany. died of brain tumor in 1993. survived by his son Andrew David Hill.

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Stephen  Donoghue, 14515864 Gunner Donoghue, 141 Field Reg't, Royal Artillery

Stephen Donoghue

14515864 Gunner Donoghue, 141 Field Reg't, Royal Artillery
Steve and his brother Joseph, same regiment, both played football for BAOR in 1945/6 and in the Dortmund Tattoo in 1947. born in Edinburgh 1924, son of Joseph also remembered on this wall.

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Joseph  Donoghue, 14806715 Gnr Donoghue: 141 Field Regiment Royal Artillery

Joseph Donoghue

14806715 Gnr Donoghue: 141 Field Regiment Royal Artillery
my father served in WW2, son of Joseph Donoghue of Scots Greys in WW1. served in Greece, Italy, Yugoslavia and Germany

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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William Edward Banks, 400157 Kings Dragoon Guards

William Edward Banks

400157 Kings Dragoon Guards
my great uncle Bill, son of Pte W Banks who died in1915 aboard HMS Clan McNaughton. He also served in the Scots Greys

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Patrick  Donoghue, Captain, The Lee

Patrick Donoghue

Captain, The Lee
served as captain in the second China War 1856-1860 aboard a wooden gunsloop like the one in the photo.

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Joseph (John) Donoghue, 21241 4th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

Joseph (John) Donoghue

21241 4th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
aged 15yrs & 219 days. deserted this unit and signed on to the Royal Scots Greys under a nom de plume. he was born in Jan 1902, he had served as a RNVR volunteer and received a medal for valour in the face of the enemy, before his 16th birthday.

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Clifford Edward Hill, Gunner 21318. Royal Marine Light Infantry

Clifford Edward Hill

Gunner 21318. Royal Marine Light Infantry
also as RMA 15353, served from Jan 8th 1917. Father of Jeffrey A Hill, ex 3rd Royal Tank Reg't and grandfather to Andrew David Hill

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Henry  Hardwell, 290869 Pte, 17th Bn: Gloucester reg't.

Henry Hardwell

290869 Pte, 17th Bn: Gloucester reg't.
from Bristol, son of Mary Richards Harwell of Totterdown Bristol. great grandfather of Andrew D Hill, son of henry's grandson Jeffrey, son of Edith, Henry's daughter. Transferred into the reserves in 1917 with heart problems

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Peter Brady, Pte, 19008 1st Bn: Gordon Highlanders

Peter Brady

Pte, 19008 1st Bn: Gordon Highlanders
deprived of extra duty pay in Baghdad for being in possession of Arak, an aniseed based drink. served in Mesopotamia until discharge in 1919.

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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