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Let those who come after see to it that these people be honoured and their hardships not forgotten
George Henry Hale
Sergeant, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Service no.1318812
Missing 9/02/1943 on flying mission Palermo Harbour along with H Green, H Balmforth, W Murray, M McHale, S McCardle, T Mackrill. Husband loved by Doris. Father I did not get to know. Missed and loved by all past and present family. All sadly missed.
Submitted by: Ken Hale
Private in the infantry of the Dorset regiment
In memory of my lovely eldest brother, killed right near the end of WWII on 29th April 1945 aged 18. I often wonder what sort of father, uncle or granddad he would have been
Submitted by: D E Davis
Private 6465 1/5th Seaforth Highlanders
Volunteered Dornoch, Sutherland Aug 1914. Died from wounds 8th Dec 1916. Intered Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension. Curiously there is no religious iconery on his stone. Remembered by his family forever.
Submitted by: Frances Aitken
Kenneth Lockhart Walter
Private, 10th Bn Liverpool Scottish Regiment
To my Great Uncle Kenneth, who died in October 1916 and did not live long enough to know the next generation, especially the children of his brothers and sister. As they are not here to say it, I will. "we are proud that you fought for us."
Submitted by: Richard Farrar
William Francis Brenton
Gunner Royal Garrison Artillery 107568
The 2nd of five brothers born to Emma and Francis Brenton of Pawson Springs, St Wenn Cornwall. Died of wounds received at Ypres age 23. Remembered with love and gratitude by all his extended family.
Submitted by: Bronwen Lovering
Lieutenant, Royal Inniskilling Fuseliers
Killed in action on 25/8/1918, buried in Bertenacre Military Cemetery, Fletre, France So proud to have visited your grave this year while at centenary commemorations for Battle of Somme.
Submitted by: Reggie Duff
Lance Corporal in the 7th Battalion of the Northamptonshire Regiment
Frank Smith was my father's cousin, which is why I would like to have his name placed on the dedication wall.
Submitted by: Lesley Smith
Pte Rowland Greenwood, 8th Btn Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Served in WWI:- Private, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Missing in Action, 10th July 1916, Battle of the Somme, Age 36. Survived by wife, son and daughter. Never forget his sacrifice..
Submitted by: David Greenwood
Served in Duke of Wellington Regiment in Burma 1944
Dearest Grandfather who survived the War but was forever plagued by ill health later in life. Passed in 1976 still much missed.
Submitted by: Susan Bramley
William George Albert Hooper
7th Battalion London regiment Private
Kill in action Bapaume France 21st august 1918 Rest in peace uncle
Submitted by: George Kelland
Manchester Regiment Pte
Lying in Peace in Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery , Burma, next to two other "Manchesters" after terrible torture building The Death Railway as a POW. Never forgotten in what would be your 100th birthday Your sacrifice changed lives Andrew Archdale
Submitted by: Andrew Archdale
!st Batallion SA Infantry: Private #9527
Loius served on the front in the Somme in WW1 from 1914-1916. According to his brother, Phillip he was sent from the front to recuperate in London after a fierce battle. His son says he had shrapnel wounds. We remember him for his loyal service.
Submitted by: Lucille Schur
Walter James Cowie
Honouring the memory of great uncle Walter James Cowie who died from his wounds sustained while fighting on the Somme battlefields 100 years ago, 23rd August 1916. Always in the thoughts of his two great nieces and two great nephews.
Submitted by: Judy Clark
PRIVATE # 13620 8th Btn Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Rowland Greenwood Private, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Missing in Action, 10th July 1916, Battle of the Somme, Age 36. Survived by wife, son and daughter
Submitted by: David Greenwood
Donald Beric Gumbley
Lieutenant, Wiltshire Regiment
Answering the call to arms from Britain to the Commonwealth he traveled from South Africa with a letter of commendation from the Colonel he served under during the campaign in South West Africa and joined the Wilts Reg.He died on the Somme aged 21
Submitted by: Dee Robinson
Raoul (Ray) Fournier
MWO Ray Fournier – Ottawa Ontario Canada. Veteran of WWII, Korea and peacekeeping tours in Egypt and Cyprus. Ray served in the Canadian Army Service Corps 27 years. Passed away 1994. Proudly and lovingly remembered by family and friends.
Submitted by: Roger Fournier
Henry (Harry) Cass
Private 40182 Durham Light Infantry
Our Grandfather Henry who fought and died for his country with courage . Forever in our hearts, forever grateful. He is buried in the Old Garrison Cemetery in Poznan Poland, where he died as a POW in Kriegsgefangenenlager Czersk 1918 John Cass
Submitted by: John Cass
Private 15970 10th Bn, York and Lancaster Regiment
Arthur Newton, died, for his country, on December 2nd 1917 aged 24 and is buried in Perth Cemetery(China Wall), Belgium. Remembered with great pride by his family.
Submitted by: Jeanette Froggatt
Lance Corporal 1939-1945 North Africa.
In memory of a fanatasic Father and man, who fought in North Africa (El Alamein) and Italy; much loved and missed.
Submitted by: Alan Nicholls
1st Battalion Royal Glosters
My Great Grandad Harry who gave his life on the 8th of September 1916 at Highwoods. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial. Stand easy brave soldier, your watch is over. Rest in Peace.
Submitted by: Jane Wilkes