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Let those who come after see to it that these people be honoured and their hardships not forgotten
Aubrey Norman Rolfe
Corporal Oxon & Bucks L.I.
In memory of Grandad, who was with horse teams, moving the guns up the line. Saw him on my pony once, a natural. Always a Gunners fan, remembered today by his family, (grandaughter) Lorna Rolfe
Submitted by: Lorna Rolfe
15th Scottish Reconnaissance Regiment
A loving and caring husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, who filled the lives he touched with joy, we all love and miss you everyday, always in our thoughts xxx
Submitted by: Lois King
Private 10th Batt Gordon Highlanders
Killed in Action on the 25th September 1915 in France, Son of Hugh McLean and Mary Fletcher, Hugh is buried in the Loos Cemetery France, Hugh is remembered with pride by all Families Lest we Forget Submitted by the Boyle Family
Submitted by: Mary Boyle
AB RNVR Clyde z/4675
On the 18th October 1917 Aboard the S.S. Togston in the North sea, his ship was destroyed by a submarine, son of Michael McGinnis and Mary Maguire, he is remembered by all Families Lest we Forget Submitted by the Boyle Family
Submitted by: Mary Boyle
Raymond Skelding Humphreys
This is my great granddad Raymond Humphreys. He served in the 14th Kings Hussars and the Royal engineers during WW1. He received the DCM for gallantry whilst in Mesopotamia. In WW2 he was a Captain in the Home guard. Never forgotten
Submitted by: Sarah Wheeler
Charles Wesley Hunt
322064,no.4 Signal section. 19th division,Royal Engineers.
Although we did not know you,we are immensely proud of the sacrifice you made for our freedom.
Submitted by: John Victor Hunt
Joseph Edwin Hickman
L/Corporal. The Worcestershire Regiment
Served in WW1. Died at the Battle of The Somme 18/10/1916. Remembered on the Thiepval Memorial and by his family. Gone but not forgotten. Submitted by : Stephen Hickman
Submitted by: Stephen Hickman
8312 Pte William Toole
William was killed on 1st July 1916 in Ypres France he was 19 years of age. His parents were Margaret and Henry Toole from Manchester, loved and missed by all his family.
Submitted by: Pauline Hesketh
Lance Corporal 17th Bn West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales Own)
Son of Annie Dunn Littleham Mill age 20 24/7/1916 buried in La Neuville British Cemetary Corbie. Grave inscription " RIP Littleham Mill, Bideford England" We live in Littleham Mill and look out on the unchanged landscape he knew 100 years ago. RIP
Submitted by: Rosemary Smith
Frederick William Underwood
1914 Private Blackheath section London Regiment1/20th Batallion 1918 Lance Corporal Gloucester 18th
My grandad died aged 25 on Christmas Eve 1920. He caught TB in the trenches dying a month before his only child, my father was born. Brave men died of their wounds after the war and aren't commemorated on war memorials.They too should be remembered..
Submitted by: Janet O'Connor
10637 private north staffs regt
Wounded at gallipoli in 1916 but lived till 1962, gone but not forgotten
Submitted by: paul goldstraw
Lawrence Arthur Back
Served in the Royal Navy 1923 -1947 saw action against the Bismarck and the Scharnhorst and any others two og the ship he sailed on were the Suffolk & Sussex, used to like a laugh. A Great Uncle Sadly missed
Submitted by: john Laidlaw
Llewellyn Rees Davis
Trooper 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales Dragoon Guards) Royal Armoured Corps
Died 6/5/1945 with 5 others. Age 21 buried Taukkyan War Cemetary Burma. Son of Fred and Lily Davis, Macclesfield, Cheshire. Grave inscription is " Our hope of an eternal Re-Union is in Christ Jesus Our Lord Thy will be done" My fathers cousin.
Submitted by: Rosemary Smith
Arthur John Hodgkinson
RAF - SN 45353 - Flt Lt - DSO DFC and Bar
One of the first Beaufighter ace Nightfighters, BoB pilot. Flew with Squadron 219 from Tangmere. Shot and killed by a sniper on 10 July 1943 when supporting the Allied landings on Sicily. Remembered by his nephew and godson.
Submitted by: Michael Thomas
Allan, John, Alfred Pond
Corporal- Royal New Zealand Air Force - Pacific WW2
23.5.1919 to 11.12.2006. Served in Fiji, Tonga and Solomon Islands at Bouganville & Guadalcanal in the trucking division. Remained behind for one year after the war to ‘clean up’. Dedicated husband of Alison, loved father of Elaine, Allan & Gordon.
Submitted by: Elaine Tearle
James Chalmers Brown
EPrivate Reg 346 83 Royal Scots Regiment transferred to 9th York & Lancashire
a white poppy for peace, remembering, sending love to a grandfather I never know, a father my father never knew.. this photo was found on the Somme battlefield, traced, returned to my grandmother.. James is commemorated, remembered at Thiepval,
Submitted by: Jo Cameronbrown
Ewan Alan MacDougall
Major in the 1st Division Canadian Field Artillery 3rd Brigade, 9th Battery
Having served in the Anglo Boer wars in the Kimberley Light Horse he joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force during WW!. He was deployed at Dickebusch near Ypres where he was reported missing on 8th May 1916. Commemorated on the Menin Gate panel 10
Submitted by: A J Quelch
Cpl. no L21532
My grandad served with the Royal Berkshire regiment was a POW in Lager Lechfeld in 1918. Died 1927. .
Submitted by: Jill Palmer
Albert Victor Hull
Private, Essex/Welsh Regiments
Great Uncle Albert. Enlisted May 1915 with the Essex Regiment. Died of wounds in Flanders 19th September 1917 whilst serving with the 16th Btn Welsh Regiment. Gone but not forgotten. RIP.
Submitted by: Jerry Green
Ernest Edward Ambrose
Private 22170 6th Batallion Bedfordshire Regiment.
I would like to dedicate this to Ernest Edward Ambrose who fought in the first world war and died of his wounds, and is buried in Etaples Frances.
Submitted by: Janet Ambrose