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Machine Gun Corps
It is very difficult to right a dedication to someone you never knew. You were brother to my Great Grandmother and the loss in the family must have been immense. Very proud of you. Love Kathryn Lez Christopher and Ruth xxx
Submitted by: Kathryn Davison
WW2.SHIPS-Queen of Bermuda-armed merchant cruiser. Gunner.1940/41 was in London during blitz-disarmed dud rocket that fell by him! Bulolo, smallest AMC completed most sea time in 1st yr of war.Daddy served 6yrs and 49 days. Beloved died age 85yrs.
Submitted by: Lydia Durrant
sgt 9708 royal horse and field artillery
D; 11-10-1915 battle of loos the act sergeant raynes was awarded the VC for his actions in trying to save him. I have been to his grave in quality st mazingarbe but never knew him our thoughts are there from his grandson MIKE
Submitted by: mike duffell
Trooper ser.no 14546081 53rd Regiment Reconnaissance corps
My uncle who died on the 3rd October 1944 aged 19yrs at the liberation of Antwerp he is buried at Bergen -op-Zoom cemetery Nertherlands He will always be remembered even by those who didn't get the chance to meet him
Submitted by: Brenda J Scott
A.C.1, #648099 R.A.F. Pilot
George died on June 29, 1944 and was only 22 years old. Buried in the Ambon War Cemetery in Indonesia. He was very brave and died as a prisoner of war by the Japanese. Rest in Peace George as you were a brave hero who sacrificed so much for others.
Submitted by: Alison Ostergard
Lance Corporal South Wales Borderers and 6 Commando
Gwyn was killed age 24 on 10 June 1944 at Calne in France. He is buried at Ranville War cemetery. A hero to all who knew him and forever remembered and missed by his family.
Submitted by: Diane Thomas
Gunner 865491, Royal Field Artillery
Eldest son of James & Annie Harris of Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon. Arthur served in Mesopotamia, India and France and suffered shipwreck whilst being transported. He died at home on 7th February 1919 of his injuries. He was 25. God Bless You.
Submitted by: Julie Goodland
Royal Navy #D/JX150044
James was on the Prince of Wales photo of him and Winston Churchill. He later was on the H.M.S. Sulton. Died October 31, 1942 age 21 in Jakarta. He was the son of Warrant Officer John Miller-Kelly #1980310 who died 1947 in Ramleh War Cemetery.
Submitted by: Jeanette Keighren
private in D.L.I ARMY No 7812
Served Twice from 1902 - 1914 re-enlisted 1914 - 1919, Served in all the major battles in WW1 Passiondale,Ypres etc.Returned home with minor wound. Have tried to trace your records without much luck. He died in 1945 Submitted by Ron Fletcher
Submitted by: Ronald Fletcher
10th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, Private
PRIVATE AMOS JONES SERVED IN WW1. SHOT AT RIDGEWOOD VIERSTRAAT ON 19TH OCTOBER 1915, DIED FROM HIS WOUNDS ON THE 30TH OCTOBER 1915. A GRANDFATHER I WOULD HAVE LOVED TO HAVE KNOWN. YOUR LOVING GRANDAUGHER DIANE EWART-JONES
Submitted by: Diane Ewart-Jones
WW1, Canadian Infantry (COR) 20th Bn. Private
fought and died for his country on August 19,1916 at the Battle in St. Eloi. always remembered and never forgotten. I have no photo of my grandfather but this is a pic of the family left behind
Submitted by: Sandra Blockley
Private S/5384, Gordon Highlanders, 10th Bn
In memory of our Gt Uncle Peter who was Killed in Action on 25 Sept 1915 age 21 yrs at the Battle of Loos. Like many other souls Peter has no known grave, he is commemorated on panel 117 at Loos Memorial. Dedicated by his sister Mary's descendants
Submitted by: jean greenhorn