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13420,6th Bn.,Royal Dublin Fusiliers /Pvt
Landed at Sulva Bay,Gallipoli on 7th August 1915 a day after the first landing's The Dublin's took part in an assault on Chocolate Hill (7-8 Aug)which was successful On 9th Aug they took part to recapture Scimitar Hill where he was killed on the 10th
Submitted by: Wendy Singleton
Devonshire Regiment 1st Battalion Dec 1940 Assam Regiment - Rank Lieutenant Nov 1949- short service commission with ROAC in Germany Aug 1950- Rank Major Jan 1968 Royal Artillery - Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve Death 08/1990. Oxford
Submitted by: Luanne Farmer
Sergeant Charles Williams York & Lancaster Regiment was killed at Bouilly Courmas near Rheims, France on 20 July 1918. He is remembered at the memorial in Soissons and also at home Monk Bretton. We salute you and your comrades for your bravery.
Submitted by: Amanda Williams
US Navy CPO
George served in the US Navy from 1955 until 1986. He served America honorably and retired as a Navy Chief E7. He loves America and God. He loves his children. He is an outstanding person who has worked hard all his life for all his accomplishments.
Submitted by: Delia Fay Farris Holloway
Lieutenant in 2nd Bn of the Queens Regiment temporally attached to the London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) and was killed on the 27th of April 1918. His body has never been found but his name is on the Pozieres Memorial, NE of Albert on the Somme.
Submitted by: John Thompson
12Bn West Yorkshire Regt
Captain Will Skeet, who served with the 12th Battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment, he was killed on the Ninth of April 1917 during the Third Battle of Arras at Tilloy-Les-Mofflains and is buried in the Tilloy British Cemetary near there.
Submitted by: John Thompson
14595719 Infantry Suffolk Reg 2nd Battalion Formerly Royal Scots
My Great Grandfather, Private David Tod was killed in Burma (now Myanmar) during ww2. He died 15/04/1944 age 34. He was shot by a sniper and is commemorated in Rangoon cemetery & memorial Myanmar. We will never forget you my 'young' auld da'.
Submitted by: Sharon Gibson
L/C, 15th Bat' Highland Light Infantry, Glasgow Transport Div'
My Grandad Davie Stevenson, survived the Somme & Ypres in WW1, Back to Kilwinning, he went on to use his heavy Black Watch kilt as a foot warmer at the end of his bed till 1977. Priceless Thanks 'auld yin' you were different class and so brave.
Submitted by: Brian Stevenson
1915 to 1916 loyal Lancashire regiment
Your not lost or forgotten You never will be, I'm your youngest sister who was born after you passed you never knew me but I now have the pleasure and honour of knowing you.im proud that your my brother ??
Submitted by: Julia Mitcham
921243 Royal Artillery (4th Durham Survey Regiment)
In honour of a Desert Rat and D-Day veteran who served with distinction. Gone now but time does not weary his contribution to the freedom we enjoy today. We will not forget: we must not forget. We will remember him. And we give thanks.
Submitted by: Ian Gunn