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Let those who come after see to it that these people be honoured and their hardships not forgotten
Private John Murch
5th Battalion Infantry CEF
A brave man who gave his life for his home country in the Battle for Arras 26th July 1918. Never forgotten by his family, who kept the thread of hope alive for so long. His descendants honour his memory still. God Bless you John. Rest in Peace.
Submitted by: Raechel Turner
24/865, 24th (Tyneside Irish)Bn., Northumberland Fusiliers died 01 July 1916
My husbands gt uncle who enlisted 10.11.14 with his mining pals at Deaf Hill Colliery, Co Durham. Although unknown to our branch of the family. Remembered with honour.
Submitted by: Heather Holden
Captain service number 5495760 Royal Corps of Signals
To my grandad who served and survived ww2, a proud member of the Burma Association
Submitted by: Darren Cheshire
In memory of my great grandfather. A Private in the 8th (Service) Battalion Black Watch ( Royal Highlanders) from Markinch. Died of his wounds from the Battle of Loos. Buried alive n Chocques War Cemetry France age 49. Never forgotten your sacrifice
Submitted by: David Wilson
Private 40525 Northumberland Fusiliers
Presumed killed 21st March 1918. The son of George Forrest of Earby, Colne, Lancs
Submitted by: Sheila Barnes
In memory of my great grandfather. A Private in the 8th (Service) Battalion Black Watch ( Royal Highlanders) from Markinch. Died of his wounds from the Battle of Loos. Remembered due to Ancestry and other databases which help uncover the past.
Submitted by: David Wilson
William Best Smyth
Royal Navy, Able Seaman
Born in Eire in 1892. Joined the Royal Navy as a Boy Seaman at fifteen. Served through WWI and continued in the service throughout WW2, fighting for his adopted country. Survived the wars, died in 1950.
Submitted by: Sheila Wilson
Private 15359 Royal Scots Fusiliers
In memory of my Great Uncle who was gassed in the First World War and died in Coatbridge and is buried at Old Monkland Cemetery Coatbridge. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM from Jim McDonald
Submitted by: James Mcdonald
2nd Lieut. - 8th and 10th Bn. The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
'Uncle Jimmy' 'Died of Wounds' as a result of shellfire - during the Second Battle of the Marne, near Soissons, on 23rd July 1918. His remains are buried in Buzancy Military Cemetery. He was 28; was married; and had one (3-year old) daughter.
Submitted by: Ian Waugh
James Richard Batson
Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, 1st Battalion, C.Company
In loving memory of my Dad. Served throughout WW2 in North Africa. Always in our hearts and minds. You will never be forgotten.
Submitted by: Diana Haynes
Royal Field Artillery Gunner 152093
Richard White, my maternal grandfather died when a German shell exploded in his bunk hole on 18/10/1917. He and his mate died instantly and were buried somewhere between Ypres and Hill 60. My mother never knew him.
Submitted by: David Allen
John William Hogan
Royal Leicestershire Tigers/Young and Lovelies Pte Hogan WW1
Known as Bob Hogan he was 5.2". A coal miner from Yorkshire He trained boxers and worked hard for his community. A talented singer, a socialist and humanist. Born in 1894 he died in 1977 and is still sadly missed.
Submitted by: christine kingham
William Henry Harrison
Served in WW1 and died at the battle of the Somme 15th September 1916. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial. A great uncle we never knew.
Submitted by: Carol Harrison
Robert Henry Easton
Private, 12th Battatlion, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regiment
Remembering my father's cousin Robert Easton who died in France on the 3rd May 1917. He had been forgotten in our family until recently, and as had no siblings or children , I would like honour him.
Submitted by: Melanie Lucas
Private 1st/4h Bn Northumberland Fusiliers
In memory of my Great Uncle killed in action 26th October 1917. His name is on the memorial wall in Tyne Cot Cemetery. Never forgotten.
Submitted by: pauline cook
RAF LEADING AIRCRAFTSMAN
TO OUR DAD TAKEN AWAY FAR TO EARLY. LOVE YOU , TOMMY,MARGARET,HELEN AND WEE JIM.
Submitted by: thomas morrison
Sydney Arthur Wallace
7th Bat. Monmouthshire Reg.
Honouring my Great Uncle.
Submitted by: Gladys Wallace
Pivate - 17th Bn., Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regt.)
George Bee was my great uncle he was killed in action while serving at Ypres, Belgium on 8th April 1917 aged 18. Buried at the Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium. Remembered Always
Submitted by: JACQUELINE DAVIES
Ernest Ralph Gray
Private in the Kings Royal Rifle corps-Number 9974
In memory of my Great Uncle who served in WW1 and was killed in action in France on August 24th 1916 aged 23 years old. A war hero who sadly never lived to get married and have children. He is buried in Delville Wood Cemetery, France. R.I.P.
Submitted by: Margaret Gray
Dedicated to Stanley who fell in WW1. He lies in Flanders Fields. Remembered by the family.
Submitted by: carol fleetwood