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Royal Sussex Regiment- field Artillery -wireless operator
To All the Morley boys from Warninglid, Sussex who served their country in WW 2. Walter, Harold, Ralph, Les and Peter, all still loved and remembered fondly by all their families
Submitted by: David Morley
Lance Corporal 20637 1st Battalion Essex Regiment
To a brave young man who left a quiet life in the middle of Norfolk to fight for his country. He was drowned after the Royal Edward was sunk by a German U-Boat on Friday August 13th 1915 in the Aegean Sea. Always remembered by his family.
Submitted by: Pauline Dodd
Front Air Gunner RAF-RCAF 12 Squadron Bomber Command
Wellington left Binbrook August 31 1941 and crashed near the English Channel with no survivors. James Fitzgerald Wolff, from Ottawa, is remembered at Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, UK.
Submitted by: Peter Mirabel
Private 2567 South African Infantry 7th Regiment
Killed in action during WWI German East Africa campaign during battle of Selatai hill 12 February 1916. I never knew you uncle Jesse but I an proud of your sacrifice. Your nephew George Hibbert
Submitted by: George Hibbert
Private 3rd Bn, Monmouthshire Regiment.
My dedication for my Uncle who I never knew, he fought for his country and was much loved by his family. He died in Normandy France aged 29 on the 28th June 1944. RIP we will never forget you.
Submitted by: Jim Hibbert
Private 292019 The Black Watch (8th Battalion)
My great grandfather died on 28th September 1918 and was buried at Potijze Chateau Lawn Cemetery, Leper, West Vlaanderen, Belgium. He gave his life for his country at the age of 43 leaving behind his wife and 6 children. Lest we forget.
Submitted by: Fran Hulmes
Royal Welsh Fusilliers
Served through WW1 he lost his life and was buried in France. His parents and siblings were unable to visit the cemetery where he was buried . He will be forever young. Grateful to the historians who visit the graves, ensuring he's not forgotten.
Submitted by: gill brown
A/Cpl Manchester Regiment
I never had the chance to meet you as you fought and died for your country long before I was born but your lovely wife Ethel kept your memory close to her always. You were granted the Military Medal for bravery in the field.
Submitted by: Anita Morris