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Thomas Augustus Lewis Paris, Lance Corporal, 2nd/10th Battalion London Regiment (Cyclists)

Thomas Augustus Lewis Paris

Lance Corporal, 2nd/10th Battalion London Regiment (Cyclists)
Born 1896. Died 25 April 1918, Somme, France, Aged 21 Service Number 741314 Son of Marshall James Paris, of 582, Green Lane, Goodmayes, Ilford, Essex; Asst. Scout Master 1st Chadwell Heath Boy Scouts. Lest we forget.

Submitted by: Anita Lindsey

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James Harry Haviland, Sergeant

James Harry Haviland

Sergeant
I never knew you but heard stories of your heroic action. At the start of the first push you and four others got blown to pieces it was 29 June 1916. My heartfelt thanks for giving me and mine a future. R.I.P Your great niece Christine

Submitted by: Christine Donovan

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Wilfred Henry Whelpton, Lincolnshire Regiment 6th Batt 10602. Private

Wilfred Henry Whelpton

Lincolnshire Regiment 6th Batt 10602. Private
Killed during the Suvla Bay landings, Gallipoli 9 Aug 1915

Submitted by: Robert Whelpton

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John Soundy, Sapper, Royal Engineers

John Soundy

Sapper, Royal Engineers
Died of Spanish Flu 5th October 1918, aged 33, while serving with the 273rd Railway Construction Coy. in Greece. He left a wife and children and had volunteered for military service as his age had made him exempt from conscription.

Submitted by: David Collins

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Frederick Arthur Godfrey  Steele, Able Seaman

Frederick Arthur Godfrey Steele

Able Seaman
Served during the WW1. Lost at sea when HMS Flirt sunk during battle of Dover Straits. aged 20

Submitted by: Kevin Heaney

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Alfred Patrick Fitzgerald, Pte 8128 4th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment

Alfred Patrick Fitzgerald

Pte 8128 4th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment
Still remembered

Submitted by: Michelleclare Tudor

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George Gahagan, Sapper, 23317854 - 18 Field Park Squadron Corps of the Royal Engineers

George Gahagan

Sapper, 23317854 - 18 Field Park Squadron Corps of the Royal Engineers
In loving memory of my Uncle George Gahagan who died in th Cyprus conflict on the 14/02/1957 and was buried in the Wayne's Keep Military Cemetery, Nicosia. Loved by all, his niece Amanda Gahagan.

Submitted by: Mari Gahagan

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Patrick Moran, Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers.

Patrick Moran

Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers.
Died in France 12th. October 1917

Submitted by: Brian McMahon

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George Braithwaite, Private 24928, 9th Bn., West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)

George Braithwaite

Private 24928, 9th Bn., West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Great Uncle George was killed on 27th August 1917, aged 27, soon after he had gone over the top with his friend Pte Horsman in the attack of Pheasant Trench near Poelcapelle, Langemarke, Belgium. Always remembered by his family then and now.

Submitted by: Sue Whitfield

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Charles Whelpton, Sergeant and later Company Quarter Master Sergeant, Regt. No. 4774712.

Charles Whelpton

Sergeant and later Company Quarter Master Sergeant, Regt. No. 4774712.
Charles Whelpton was badly wounded by fragments of a German bullet hitting him in the head. At the Battle of La Bassée 10/10/1914, 1st Battalion, Lincs. Wounded on 26/27th October. Repatriated and spent many months in a military hospital in Fleet.

Submitted by: Robert Whelpton

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Arthur Edward (Jack) Weller, 622445, 44th Bn., Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment)

Arthur Edward (Jack) Weller

622445, 44th Bn., Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment)
Served in France and died at the Somme on 17th November 1916. commemorated on the Vimy War Memorial.

Submitted by: Mary O'Dell

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Charles Weller, Sapper Royal Engineers no. 177071

Charles Weller

Sapper Royal Engineers no. 177071
Served in France and died on 21st March 1918. Missed by his family.

Submitted by: Mary O'Dell

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albert edward Brooks, Served in WW1,Royal Field Artillery, Reg No - 588  , Driver , 51 H Divisional Ammunition Column

albert edward Brooks

Served in WW1,Royal Field Artillery, Reg No - 588 , Driver , 51 H Divisional Ammunition Column
Served in WW1 , Fought and died for his country less than 1 year of service, at home in Ipswich,Suffolk,England . Discharged 3/8/1916 Died 6/10/1916 through Tuberculosis in the trenches. A great hero missed and loved by all the family

Submitted by: derek randall

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Stephen Brown, Private 2nd Essex

Stephen Brown

Private 2nd Essex
My great uncle. Died in France 8 January 1915. Buried in Calvaire cemetery. Lost forever...

Submitted by: Amanda Rowarth

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John White, Motorcycle rider Highland Light Infantry

John White

Motorcycle rider Highland Light Infantry
My father served in WW2. Died 1990. Loved by all his family. Very sadly missed. Lest we forget. Submitted by Heather Moore

Submitted by: Heather Moore

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Rose Burgess, The Woman's Land Army

Rose Burgess

The Woman's Land Army
My mother is the last remaining Barnack Land girl, she is ninety one years old this month, but sadly will be hospital for this Remembrance Day. Up until this year she used to go on parade, even in a wheel chair and sold poppies in local supermarkets.

Submitted by: Ann Hunter

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William John Kinnear, Rifleman, Private, 8th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, Service Number 15076.

William John Kinnear

Rifleman, Private, 8th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, Service Number 15076.
Fought and died for his country. Killed on 2nd July, the second day of the Battle of the Somme. No known grave. Commemorated at the Thiepval Memorial, France. Cemetery/Memorial reference Pier and Face 15A and 15B.

Submitted by: Penelope Maud Kinnear

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James Ralph Davis, Private, Worcester Reg

James Ralph Davis

Private, Worcester Reg
When James Ralph Davis was born on 10 December 1899 in Fulham, Middlesex, his father, George and his mother, Bertha. He had two brothers and two sisters. He died as a teenager on 30 September 1918 in Flanders.

Submitted by: allan grover

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George William Robert Davis, Private, 9th Lancers

George William Robert Davis

Private, 9th Lancers
When George William Robert Davis was born on 11 October 1896, He had two brothers and two sisters. He died, killed in action, as a teenager on 13 May 1915, and was buried in Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. His name is forever on the Menin Gate.

Submitted by: allan grover

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Walter Green, Royal Navy, Officer's Steward, Third Class

Walter Green

Royal Navy, Officer's Steward, Third Class
In memory of my great great uncle who lost his life aged 17 on HMS Amethyst on 14 March 1915 during the preliminary operations in the Dardanelles.

Submitted by: Colin Harnett

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