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Lance Corporal L/10893 6th Battalion Queens West Surrey
3 Years service on the Western Front (May 1915 to April 1918). All our love and respect from past and present family, especially my Grandmother, his sister, the late Marjorie Robinson (nee Ford). Never far from us, your great Nephew, Stephen Morse.
Submitted by: Stephen Morse
Served as dafadar in 30th Lancers Gordon's horse of 3rd Ambala cavalry brigade, 1st Indian cavalry d
We shall remember you today, tomorrow & forever Dada ji. Father has instituted a statue in partapur, Bulandshahr as a token of remembrance. Your great grandson Parichya Sirohi has sent a telegram to president of India as a tribute to ww1 IND soldiers
Submitted by: Arya Naipal Singh Sirohi
1939 - 2578739 R.E. Signalman , 1942- Royal Armoured Corps Trooper/ U/L/CPL
Had bullet wound in his leg which he joked was made by a bullet that ricocheted around the inside of the tank before finding his leg. He spent 2 months in a hospital in Basra in 1943 It would have been his 100th Birthday 23rd March 2018
Submitted by: Patricia Allerton
John Ellwood was reargunner on Armstrong Whitley L1432 when it got hit over Fornebu - Norway on the 30. April 1940. John died doing his job as a soldier- and a hero. Rest in peace John- you fought and died for my country. "We shall remember thy"
Submitted by: Bent Lønusten
Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles
Fought in WW1, injured during the 3rd Battle of Ypres (Langermarke) taken POW held in Hameln Camp before being repatriated. Suffered lifelong injuries. He was a gentle man loved by all his family, who are so very proud of him.
Submitted by: Pauline Holsgrove
Royal Artillery Feild Gunner
Served in WW2 during Dunkirk and undertook many other military roles on the 1st of April 2018 will be a year since he passed away. Thank you for what you have done for this country we salute you! X A Great War hero and sadly missed by his family x
Submitted by: Suzanne Sansom
15523, 8th Battalion Kings Own Lancaster Regiment
It is said in the family that the day he died on 19th July 1916 a piece of coal fell from the fire and his Mum (Kate) said the 'our Ben has just died'. The piece of coal was shaped like a soldier carrying a backpack
Submitted by: Philip Hume
Private 20834 Northumberland Fusiliers C Company 13 Battalion
Uncle Bob of Kelloe County Durham enlisted at Deaf Hill recruiting office. Killed in action July 18th 1916 aged 28 years. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial Cemetry Belgium. Grave / memorial Ref. Pier and face 10B.11B.12B. John Harley.
Submitted by: John Harley