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Arthur Brotherton, Private 8682. Highland Light Infantry. 2nd Battalion.

Arthur Brotherton

Private 8682. Highland Light Infantry. 2nd Battalion.
Killed in action. 1st November 1914 . aged 29. Oosttaverne Wood Cemetery. West Flanders. Belgium.

Submitted by: Roy Mylchreest

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Samuel Sullivan (alias Young), Royal Field Artillery, Driver

Samuel Sullivan (alias Young)

Royal Field Artillery, Driver
Served in WW1, fought and died for his Country. Samuel was on the Hospital Ship "HMHS Anlia" Approximately 4 miles off Felixstowe "Anglia" hit a mine. He sadly went down with the ship. A hero taken from his family so near to home. Rest In Peace.

Submitted by: David Parker

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George Edgar  Robertson, Pvt Casual Co B, 64th Inf, 7th Div

George Edgar Robertson

Pvt Casual Co B, 64th Inf, 7th Div
George Edgar Robertson was my grandfather, He received the Silver Victory Button. He enlisted May 1918 at Sioux City, IA. Camp Dodge Iowa for training. St. Michael A.E.F gassed Oct 3, 1918 and came back to America on 5 Apr 1919.

Submitted by: Gwen Kubberness

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Howard James Fry, CPO in Navy, then SSgt in Army

Howard James Fry

CPO in Navy, then SSgt in Army
My father Howard Fry served in the RN and NZ Navy. Served on the Achilles during the Battle of the River Plate, during WW2 served in the Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic Convoys. A total sailor and soldier. Loved and missed by his family.

Submitted by: Norman Fry

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James Mylchreest, London Scottish ( Donside ) Infantry. Private 14002719

James Mylchreest

London Scottish ( Donside ) Infantry. Private 14002719
Died on the 11 April 1945 aged 21years Laid to rest at the Argenta War Cemetery Italy

Submitted by: Roy Mylchreest

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John Young, Private Regt No 2220 2nd Battalion, 1st a Foot Regt

John Young

Private Regt No 2220 2nd Battalion, 1st a Foot Regt
A soldier of long standing, India, China (Tuku Forts), Crimea, New Zealand Maori Wars.

Submitted by: Norman Fry

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Myles Atkins, Royal Navy/Lt

Myles Atkins

Royal Navy/Lt
Applying for service in the Fleet Air Arm Myles started training at RAF Linton-on-Ouse. After basic flying training, he graduated to the DH Vampire T11. On 30 Dec 59 flying solo, at night, he fatally crashed. He is remembered by friends and family.

Submitted by: Julian Gwinn

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Isaac  Chandler, Private in 7th Battalion KSLI

Isaac Chandler

Private in 7th Battalion KSLI
My Great Uncle Isaac who died aged 23 on 7th January 1916. His grave is in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetary. He left his wife and two young children. Always the beloved brother of my Grandmother Beatrice May Howard.

Submitted by: judith howard

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James Mahoney, Lance Corporal Royal Irish Fusiliers

James Mahoney

Lance Corporal Royal Irish Fusiliers
He served in Gallipoli where he was wounded and was killed on the Battlefields of France May 1917. Loved and remembered by his family in Ireland, Wales and USA.

Submitted by: Annette Pritchard

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Herbert Brotherton, The Manchester Regiment. 2nd / 7th Battalion. Private 277132

Herbert Brotherton

The Manchester Regiment. 2nd / 7th Battalion. Private 277132
Killed in action 8th October 1917. Aged 20. In unmarked grave. Listed on panel 120 -124 Zonnebeke west flanders. Belgium.

Submitted by: Roy Mylchreest

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Harry, Thomas Selway, Warrant Officer Engineer RN

Harry, Thomas Selway

Warrant Officer Engineer RN
He left Portsmouth aboard the submarine Swordfish on 7th Nov 1940, that was the last that was heard of them. All I know about him I learnt from my Mother his Sister, therefore he will always be remembered. May you and your shipmates rest in peace

Submitted by: David Pinwill

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Ann Wood-Kelly, Pilot/Air Transport Auxiliary

Ann Wood-Kelly

Pilot/Air Transport Auxiliary
Remembering all pilots of the ATA, who during WWII delivered all types of planes, often in bad weather conditions, from factories or airfields to operational Squadrons of Bomber, Transport and Fighter Command. A vital task so well achieved.

Submitted by: Julian Gwinn

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Stanley Loveday, Private

Stanley Loveday

Private
Served in WW1 in the Royal Fusiliers and was killed in Gallipolli on October 29th 1915 at the age of 18 years. Buried at Hill 10 Cemetary, Gallipolli. Remembered and honoured by his family.

Submitted by: Andrew King

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Edward Jhanning, Pvt 23130 6/7 Battalion Royal Scottish Fusiliers

Edward Jhanning

Pvt 23130 6/7 Battalion Royal Scottish Fusiliers
Born in Dundee Scotland 1880 Died in France 15/9/1916 Name on Thiepval Memorial

Submitted by: rosemary winkley

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Humphrey John O'Brien, 6th Welsh Regiment, Corporal (SAPPER)

Humphrey John O'Brien

6th Welsh Regiment, Corporal (SAPPER)
Served in WWI as a Royal Engineer. Their role would be trench improvement, drainage, water purification, mines, tunneling and other tasks. Awarded the British War Medal & Victory Medal. Service # 65438. After the war he became a Merchant Seaman.

Submitted by: Mike McCarthy

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Joseph Arthur "Art" Lauzon, Royal Canadian Dragoons

Joseph Arthur "Art" Lauzon

Royal Canadian Dragoons
Art was married to my 1st cousin 1 removed Hilda Victoria Lauzon nee Doe. He fought in France & survived. He was born 1897 & died in 1956. Art is in the middle of the front row. He was one of may from other countries who fought & died. Thank you.

Submitted by: Kenneth Jeffries

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Henry Joseph 'HARRY' Rutter, Private 29851 1st Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Henry Joseph 'HARRY' Rutter

Private 29851 1st Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
Died on the 26th September 1916 aged 23, an ordinary lad from Cheetham Hill in Manchester. Sadly his body was never recovered, his name lives on and is listed on the pillars of the Thiepval Memorial.

Submitted by: Leanne Donlevy

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Timothy  Elliott, Rfn/ 9th Bn The London Regt (QVR)

Timothy Elliott

Rfn/ 9th Bn The London Regt (QVR)
Actor, Tim Elliott served in the trenches 1914 - 1919. He was at Gommecourt, Ypres and other battles. He was probably the only unpromoted soldier to keep a daily diary. His son-in-law, Robin Gregory, has told his story in 'Tim's Wars'.

Submitted by: Julian Gwinn

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George Algar, Royal Engineers, Reg Number: 85416

George Algar

Royal Engineers, Reg Number: 85416
Served in WW1, fought for his country, Died aged 86 in Canada

Submitted by: Kylie Smith

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Alfred Alger, Private in the Suffolk Regiment, Reg Number: 18564

Alfred Alger

Private in the Suffolk Regiment, Reg Number: 18564
Served in WW1, fought and died for his country, died 3rd July 1913 burried in France and Flanders

Submitted by: Kylie Smith

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