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Barnett Barney Griew, 1/5 London Regiment

Barnett Barney Griew

1/5 London Regiment
1/7/16 Somme A scout and my husband's uncle killed first day of Somme, like so many. See Changing the Landscape exhibition National Archive.

Submitted by: Dot Griew

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Charles Herbert Coates, Pvt S/23667 5th Bn Seaforth Highlanders

Charles Herbert Coates

Pvt S/23667 5th Bn Seaforth Highlanders
Served in WWI, died a victim of Spanish Flu 21/03/1919, aged 39, Nottingham Military Hospital. Missed by all his family.

Submitted by: Margarita Leivers

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Joseph Derbyshire, Sherwood Foresters/Private

Joseph Derbyshire

Sherwood Foresters/Private
Grandad D. Thank you for giving up your teenage innocence and for inspiring me every day. Passed away peacefully in 1971 after a long and joy filled life.

Submitted by: Steve Derbyshire

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Henry Alloway, Private

Henry Alloway

Private
Henry was a married to Isabella,Their first child William's born in 1905,their second son was born in 1906 and their third son was born in 1910.He was a driver for a steam laundry.He lost his life on the 22 august 1917 in Belgium.Remembered always.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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Robert William Finlay, Private Royal Army Medical Corps

Robert William Finlay

Private Royal Army Medical Corps
Captured at the fall of Singapore 15 Feb 1942 and moved to various POW camps until Liberated 2 Sep 1945. He died in Papworth Hospital Cambridgeshire 6 Dec 2001.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Sidney Herbert Frampton, Private 4th Battalion Grenadier Guards

Sidney Herbert Frampton

Private 4th Battalion Grenadier Guards
Born Oct 1889 Portsea Island Hampshire. Died 1 Dec 1917 Killed in action in France Remembered on the Cambria Memorial France.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Henry Oswald Ankers, Scots Guards

Henry Oswald Ankers

Scots Guards
My Great uncle born in Leeds 31 Oct 1864 served in the 2nd Boer War South Africa he survived discharged 10 Mar 1910 and died in York 16 Feb 1916

Submitted by: David Ankers

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DAVID SUTHERLAND, piper

DAVID SUTHERLAND

piper
my step great grandfather

Submitted by: Henry MacDonald

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William Frederick Marshall, Gunner            Royal Marine Artillery

William Frederick Marshall

Gunner Royal Marine Artillery
My grandfather born 30 Aug 1883 Spreakley Frensham Surrey Enlisted 22 Aug 1902 Discharged 21 Aug 1923 and died QA Hospital Portsmouth Hampshire 21 Nov 1961 He was a very proud Royal Marine, would like to have had more time with you. R.I.P.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Samuel Benjamin Bishop, L/ Corporal  The  Hampshire Regiment

Samuel Benjamin Bishop

L/ Corporal The Hampshire Regiment
Sam was born Oct 1873 Portsea Island Hampshire England and died 4 Apr 1900 serving with Special Mounted Infantry Hampshire Regiment in Kimberley Transvaal South Africa. although never met remembered by his family

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Samuel Henry Bishop, Corporal 1st Battalion The Black Watch

Samuel Henry Bishop

Corporal 1st Battalion The Black Watch
Born Jun 1897 Winchester Hampshire Died 21 Aug 1916 France another one of the family that fought and died for his country following in his fathers footsteps. R.I.P.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Samuel Henry Bishop, Corporal 1st Battalion The Black Watch

Samuel Henry Bishop

Corporal 1st Battalion The Black Watch
Sam was born in Winchester Hampshire and died of his wounds in an enemy air raid 21 Aug 1916, he is buried in Military cemetery Heilly Station Mericourt L'Abbe France.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Herbert Victor Ankers, Driver Royal Field Artillery

Herbert Victor Ankers

Driver Royal Field Artillery
A Great Uncle Born 15 Feb 1894 York killed in Action 18 Sep 1918 now Buried in the Trefcon British Military Cemetery Caulincourt France.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Herbert Victor Ankers, Driver Royal Field Artillery

Herbert Victor Ankers

Driver Royal Field Artillery
Fought and died for his country.. Born 15 February 1894 in York a Great Uncle sadly missed although never met.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Joseph Groom, Colour Sgt. DCM 9846. British War Medal & Victory. KSLI 3rd battalion & Late Nigerian Regt West Afri

Joseph Groom

Colour Sgt. DCM 9846. British War Medal & Victory. KSLI 3rd battalion & Late Nigerian Regt West Afri
Uncle Joe spent his young and short adult life fighting in the Great War, tragically dying of war related illness in 1919 at the age of 23 years. He fought for his country - a hero at a young age. Loved and remembered by his family.

Submitted by: Tracy Bressington

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John Gibney, Private

John Gibney

Private
Killed in Mesopotamia,Remembered always.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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Thomas Wilson, RNVR, Clyde Z/2324, Collingwood Battalion, Rank Able Seaman

Thomas Wilson

RNVR, Clyde Z/2324, Collingwood Battalion, Rank Able Seaman
My grandfather's brother was born 1897 in Rutherglen. he worked as a fitter in the North British Locomotive Works. He died at Gallipoli on 4th June 1915 age 17 in the 3rd Battle of Krithia nr Kereves Dere, he has no known grave . remembered always.

Submitted by: Jean Crawford

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Frederick (aka) Harry Ankers, Royal Marines

Frederick (aka) Harry Ankers

Royal Marines
Harry served as a Royal Marine from 23 Jan 1925 through the second World War until discharged 13 Jan 1947.He was then employed as the groundsman in the Royal Marine barracks Eastney Portsmouth until his retirement and died 12 April 1975 i

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Joseph, Isaac and Henry Rosenberg, Joseph was a Lance Sergeant, Isaac a Sergeant, Henry a rifleman in the British Army

Joseph, Isaac and Henry Rosenberg

Joseph was a Lance Sergeant, Isaac a Sergeant, Henry a rifleman in the British Army
Joseph was in the 38th Battlion Royal Fusiliers Henry belonged to 2/6th London Reg B Company and Isaac was in the Grimsby Chums. These 3 young men fought in battles that we can only imagine to make the world a safer place for future generations

Submitted by: Lainey Rosenberg

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Isaac Rosenberg, WW1 Soldier 508 Sergeant.

Isaac Rosenberg

WW1 Soldier 508 Sergeant.
ISAAC ROSENBERG WAS BORN 10TH JULY 1891 IN GRIMSBY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND HE JOINED THE 10TH LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT, BETTER KNOWN AS THE 'GRIMSBY CHUMS' . HE FOUGHT IN BATTLES WITH THIS UNIT AT VIMY RIDGE AND THE SOMME IN FRANCE.

Submitted by: Lainey Rosenberg

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