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F. M. Hutchinson, Captain, Canadian engineers, 11th Field Company. KIA: 01/03/1917

F. M. Hutchinson

Captain, Canadian engineers, 11th Field Company. KIA: 01/03/1917
Time may pass and fade away, But memories of you will always stay.

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Unknown soldier , For all the unknown soldiers of all rank

Unknown soldier

For all the unknown soldiers of all rank
For those who leave never to return. For those who return but are never the same. "WE REMEMBER "

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Peter Womersley Ward M.C., Captain, South Lancashire Regiment, Adjt 6th Battalion. KIA 23/02/1917

Peter Womersley Ward M.C.

Captain, South Lancashire Regiment, Adjt 6th Battalion. KIA 23/02/1917
Gone but never forgotten.

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Henry John “Harry” Patch, Private, 7th (Service) Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry

Henry John “Harry” Patch

Private, 7th (Service) Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
"the Last Fighting Tommy", was a British supercentenarian, briefly the oldest man in Europe and the last surviving combat soldier of the First World War from any country. ~Rest in Peace~

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J Walsh, Major, Royal Fusiliers

J Walsh

Major, Royal Fusiliers
The living owe it to those who no longer can speak to tell their story for them.

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Frederick Travers Lucas, Major, Central Ontario Regiment, 54th Battalion. KIA: 01/03/1917

Frederick Travers Lucas

Major, Central Ontario Regiment, 54th Battalion. KIA: 01/03/1917
Do you not know that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken? ~Rest in peace~

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All who served , All who served from the town of Melksham , Wiltshire

All who served

All who served from the town of Melksham , Wiltshire
They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning ~We will remember them.~

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Hugo Delves Broughton, Captain, Cheshire Regiment, 8th Battalion. DOD - 04/04/1916

Hugo Delves Broughton

Captain, Cheshire Regiment, 8th Battalion. DOD - 04/04/1916
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal. ~We Will Remember~

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Douglas Tweedy-Smith, Royal Flying Corps, Lieut

Douglas Tweedy-Smith

Royal Flying Corps, Lieut
Fallen but not forgotten. Sadly died in Netley Red Cross Hospital from illness contracted on duty at the front

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John Wilfred Baldwin, No: 1521230, Gunner - Royal Artillery, 40 Battery, 14 Lt. A.A. Regiment

John Wilfred Baldwin

No: 1521230, Gunner - Royal Artillery, 40 Battery, 14 Lt. A.A. Regiment
Sadly lost his life while fighting in Tobruk on 14th Sept 1941. ‘He gave his today so that we could have a tomorrow’

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C E smith, Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 15 Squadron RAF Mildenhall

C E smith

Sergeant, Royal Air Force, 15 Squadron RAF Mildenhall
Lost on Ops to Magdeberg in Lancaster W4852 LS-B which took off from RAF Mildenhall at 20.20 hrs but lost without trace. ~Lest We Forget~

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George Ralph Walker, Private, 14805137, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 4th Battalion. DOD 10/04/1945

George Ralph Walker

Private, 14805137, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 4th Battalion. DOD 10/04/1945
"For your bravery, hard work and dedication to your family and country we thank you."

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Percival Hugh  White, Major – Middlesex Regiment, Rangoon

Percival Hugh White

Major – Middlesex Regiment, Rangoon
Loving husband, father and Grandfather "Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure"

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John Allan Rowett, Royal Engineers 152 Rly. Constr. Coy.

John Allan Rowett

Royal Engineers 152 Rly. Constr. Coy.
Sadly lost his life in the Western Europe Campaign on 18th June 1945. "Gone but never forgotten"

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