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Private, North Staffordshire Regiment 1st/5th Bn
Served in WW1, fought for his country and died on 13th October 1915 aged 21 at the Battle of Loos. Much loved son of Thomas and Elizabeth Sufflebotham of Newcastle, Staffordshire.
Submitted by: Michael Gibbons
Sergeant 17th Batallion Prince of Wales' Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) - killed in action 09.10.1917
Dedicated to a Grand uncle who served his country and was killed in atrocious conditions near Passchendaele in Flanders, Belgium aged 25 years. He fought for our freedom and we will not forget his sacrifice.
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Flt/Lt Volunteer Reserves Royal Air Force
WWI - Served in the !8th Battalion Tank Corps as a Private. WWII - Served in the Volunteer Reserves Royal Air Force Administrative & Special Duties Branch. Died in 1987 aged 88, buried in Kilmore Cemetery County Wexford Ireland with his wife Betty
Submitted by: Peter Spencer
Private Royal Sussex Regiment
Served in WW1 my Great Uncle who died in Feb 1916 after volunteering to rescue 2 soldiers that had been wounded in the field , he stepped on a mine , by the time he was found and taken to Ypres Hospital he died . Sadly Missed and loved
Submitted by: TERRY Fielding
Leading Signalman, Royal Navy 1939-1946
My dad (back left) with his shipmates. Survived North Atlantic convoy duty (the "Russian Convoys"), having been sunk nine times and finished his service at the Methil Docks, Fife, Scotland. Came to the US with his family in 1949. He is sorely missed.
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