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Let those who come after see to it that these people be honoured and their hardships not forgotten
George E lloyd
27224 R W Kent regiment
To my grandfather who enlisted at the age 37 in world war 1
Submitted by: judy harling
Private kings Own S.B.
My Grandad Served in WW1 Awarded the Belguim Croix De Guerre. Presented by the King of Belguim and Mentioned in dispatches, for bravery on the battle field.
Submitted by: maria webb
R.E.M.E. Craftsman 7616267
Died in Changi POW camp in April 1943, a brave soldier who died before I was born but still remembered with admiration and love. Brother to the late Arthur Badman who landed with the Devonshire regiment on D Day.
Submitted by: Mike Hodgson
R19983 Sign'r 16th KRR's awarded the Military Medal on 13 October 1918.
A great dad still missed by his remaining dwindling family.
Submitted by: Joan Thornber
7737 Sgt D Bratt, B Company 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment
Birth : 2 February 1887, fulltime soldier 1st Battalion South Staffords travelled from Transvaal prior to disembarking 4Oct1914, died 30Oct1914 Zonnebeke, Ypres. Submitted : C Pugh-Bevan
Submitted by: Chris Pugh-Bevan
Robert Clark Tully
Lance Bombardier, Royal Artillery
In remembrance of my dear great grand uncle. I never got to know you but your sacrifice and life have never been forgotten. I am so very proud and honoured to be your great grand nephew. Always in our hearts. xXx
Submitted by: Aaron Radford-Wattley
Private. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 7746.
Died on 28/11/15 travelling to Barracks at Musselbrurgh. David died of head injuries. The War Graves Commission have erected a headstone for David and 2 other soldiers in Galston Cemetery. My Great Grandad. You are not forgotten.
Submitted by: Sheila Trotter
Lord Hugh Tristram de la Poer Beresford
Lt. Cmdr. RN
For all that he was in his life and for all that we keep learning from him - may the memory of him be a beacon in our lives and hearts.
Submitted by: Marianna Lorenc
John Merritt Wentworth
Died at the battle of the river Shweli Burma,February 13th 1945 aged 20. Missed ,loved and remembered by all his family.
Submitted by: robert pike
John Mc Millan Cochran
Army No' 3246916 Private 810 Corps
Served in WW2 fought for his country. A wonderful father. Born 1911 died 1977. Missed by all his family.
Submitted by: Margaret Wooff
You lost all your mates in a tank attack in North Africa, and could never bring yourself to talk about the incident.Later as a dispatch rider in Europe you visited Belsen, and were wounded by what you saw.You bore those scars for life RIP.Hughie
Submitted by: john lloyd
Cyril Oxton Lloyd
Cyril you were an enigma,not fully appreciated for your abilities and your exploits.Born in more modern, less bigotted times you would have excelled to greater things. Well done for achieving what you did,against overwhelming odds.
Submitted by: john lloyd
Private, Gloucestershire Regiment
Cecil was a farm labourer, a factory worker, a shepherd and a devoted family man who was sent to France to fight for his country and never returned. He was indeed 'a good man and a brave man'.
Submitted by: Alan Gaunt
Walter Soundy was born in El Salvador to an English father and a German mother. He came to the UK in 1943 with enough money to buy a Spitfire for the RAF. He joined the British Army and was a POW in Europe. He returned to El Salvador after the war
Submitted by: David Collins
Trooper, D Squadron, 2nd SA Horse, 1st Mounted Brigade
WW1 East Africa Campaign - first in line to serve. Your example lives on in the love and gratitude of your family and all who knew you.
Submitted by: David Peddie
Ralph Peddie MM
Corporal, 6 South African Armoured Car Regiment
A brave and dedicated soldier though East and North Africa. A Desert Rat - proudly loved and appreciated by all your family and friends.
Submitted by: David Peddie
Served in WW1 RMAC,I don't know much about him except he gave his life for his country
Submitted by: Tiffanie Linden
Sepoy in 2nd Battalion 15 Punjab Regiment D company.
I will keep the faith in remembrance of active service of my grandfather ! Captured in Borneo in second world war as prisoner of war and died on 16 June 1942.
Submitted by: Santa Singh
Gunner 686565 Y/63rd Trench Mortar Battery
In loving memory of my Great Uncle Robert, who died on the Somme 12th April 2018. Your family never recovered from the grief of losing you.
Submitted by: Bev Pace
Scrv-No.3252,6th Batt,11th Reinforcments
Uncle Bill has apparently no known grave,but God knows, R. I. P. Aged 20Yrs when killed on 20/9/1917. His name is on the Menin Gate memorial I would love to be there in 2018 to honor my uncle who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Submitted by: Wearne Bolitho