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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 Froom

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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

Submitted by: Tony removed

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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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Ian Allister Smith, Lt. Commander

Ian Allister Smith

Lt. Commander
My wonderfull and brilliant Father passed away some time ago now. He was on the HMS Ranpura in Malta and was a briliant engineer.

Submitted by: Ian Smith

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Harold Blakey, Private 204537 4th Battalion Duke Of Wellingtons (West Riding Regiment)

Harold Blakey

Private 204537 4th Battalion Duke Of Wellingtons (West Riding Regiment)
Born. 10th Nov 1897 In Huddersfield to Joe Smith and Mary Ellen Blakey, my Great uncle. Joiners apprentice. He enlisted 15/1/1915, and joined the war in 14/04/1915 died at Passchendaele, Belgium on 6th Oct 1917. Buried at Tyne Cot war cemetery.

Submitted by: Simon Blakey

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WILLIAM THOMAS RODAWAY, CORPORAL

WILLIAM THOMAS RODAWAY

CORPORAL
I know you are family although we never met hope you new the other Rodaway's who gave there lives as well

Submitted by: Tony removed

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james lockhart, Sergernt Royal Ulster Rifles

james lockhart

Sergernt Royal Ulster Rifles
Very proud that you fought and died serving your country. Wounded in France and died in Hatfield House 26/3/1942. He was survived by his wife and 2 daughters. Rest in Eternal Peace margaret Cleland Geertsema

Submitted by: Margaret Geertsema

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Frank Large, Private

Frank Large

Private
My Great Grandfather Frank Large served with the Gloucestershire regiment throughout the war and also with the MGC and as a stretcher bearer. Survived the war and came home. his records show 38 months of active duty in a war that lasted 51 months.

Submitted by: David Large

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Henry Bickerton, Queens West Surrey

Henry Bickerton

Queens West Surrey
Captured aged 19 on The Menin Road,during The Third Battle of Ypres 26th September 1917.Spent the rest of the war in prison camps in Germany suffering great hardship.He came home but never recovered mentally or physically

Submitted by: Verity Bickerton

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(Villiers) Frederick John Lovesay, East Kent Regiment (The Buffs). Private

(Villiers) Frederick John Lovesay

East Kent Regiment (The Buffs). Private
Remembering POW's of WW1. Granddad was 16 years when he landed in France on 30/06/1915. Sent into action 26 Sept, at Loos, on the same day he was shot in right knee and taken prisoner until the end ofthe war along with many others. All very bravemen

Submitted by: Sue James

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Edward Murphy, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Private

Edward Murphy

Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Private
Killed in action 11th July 1917, aged 25, in Flanders. He was unmarried. Our cousin Edward. Proudly remembered with love by your family. We will remember them. Lest We Forget.

Submitted by: Sue James

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Thomas Francis Davey, Duke of Cambride's Own (Middlesex) Regiment.  Lance Corporal

Thomas Francis Davey

Duke of Cambride's Own (Middlesex) Regiment. Lance Corporal
Killed in action 3rd March 1916, in Flanders, aged 36 years. Leaving behind a wife Lily and eleven year old son Courtney. Proudly remembered with love by your family. We will remember them.

Submitted by: Sue James

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Ernest Cameron Wason, Lance Coporal, 3rd Regiment South African Infantry

Ernest Cameron Wason

Lance Coporal, 3rd Regiment South African Infantry
Left behind a wife and three small children. Born in Scotland, searched for a better life in South Africa died in France. Served in WW1

Submitted by: Antoinette Merton

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