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Tom Hill, Gunner Royal Marine Artillery

Tom Hill

Gunner Royal Marine Artillery
Husband of Olive Louise Kimber. Served on HMS Indefatigable killed at the Battle of Jutland body not recovered, his death is recorded on the Naval Memorial Southsea Portsmouth Hampshire.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Edward Kimber, Able Seaman Royal Navy

Edward Kimber

Able Seaman Royal Navy
Born Petersfield Hampshre killed in action aboard HMS Queen Mary at the Battle of Jutland his body was never recovered, another relative who died for his country.

Submitted by: David Ankers

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arthur ankers, Royal Marine Artillery

arthur ankers

Royal Marine Artillery
My grandfather served as a Bombadier on HMS Royal Oak at the Battle of Jutland. died 29 Jun 1945 buried in Highland Rd Cemetery Eastney Portsmouth

Submitted by: David Ankers

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Arthur Ankers, Royal Marine Artillery

Arthur Ankers

Royal Marine Artillery
My grand father served as a Bombadier aboard HMS Royal Oak at the Battle of Jutland survived the first WW1. demobbed with the rank of Sergeant and died 29 Jun 1945 buried in the Highland Rd. Cemetery Portsmouth Hampshire England

Submitted by: David Ankers

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George Bromwich, Private

George Bromwich

Private
1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment My Grandad served in WW2 and received the Military Medal

Submitted by: Amanda Lewis

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Harry Ormrod, Leiutenant - Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 8th Battalion

Harry Ormrod

Leiutenant - Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 8th Battalion
Born 1895 in Manchester, son of John & Alice Ormrod. Entered Manchester Uni 1913 gaining a B.A in 1916 The battalion went over the top on the morning of 1st July 1916. Harry was hit and killed as he led his men forward at The Battle of the Somme

Submitted by: Barry Ormrod

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Tom, Dave and Frank  Morris & Bradshaw, Army Service corps Cpl, Parachute Regt SQMS Later RSM. Sgt RAF

Tom, Dave and Frank Morris & Bradshaw

Army Service corps Cpl, Parachute Regt SQMS Later RSM. Sgt RAF
All three served with distinction Tom escaped from Dunkirk, Dave, captured Arnhem, escape twice, 1000 mile march MBE, Frank ( My dad) served in RAF many duties ( Didn't speak of his time in war) Now all gone 1980.2000,1974

Submitted by: Frank Bradshaw

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John Gray, Royal field artillery

John Gray

Royal field artillery
Grandad gray.Sadly We never met you,but We were told a lot about you.Your granddaughter,s June,Joan,Janet,Joyce,grandsons Trevor Tony.nicknames,juney,sadly deceased,Trevor ,mina,Cotty,tinker,tony.We will always love you and miss you.xxxxxxxx

Submitted by: Janet Parker

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Michael Cantwell, Company Sergeant Major

Michael Cantwell

Company Sergeant Major
Joined the 55th Battalion AIF in Sydney Australia. Died on 30th September 1918 at the Battle of St Quentin Canal, aged 22. Just over one day before his Battalion fired their last shots of the war. His full story is online "A Soldier's Brief Life".

Submitted by: Mary Tarrant

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Charles Fleet, Private

Charles Fleet

Private
To my great great grandfather who fought and lost his life for all that survived today

Submitted by: Maxine Harris

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HENRY CHARLES NEALE, 22ND ROYAL FUSILIERS.

HENRY CHARLES NEALE

22ND ROYAL FUSILIERS.
WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR SACRIFICE.

Submitted by: Pauline McDonnell

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DANIEL HARRINGTON, 22ND ROYAL FUSILIERS.

DANIEL HARRINGTON

22ND ROYAL FUSILIERS.
WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR SACRIFICE. YOUR FAMILY NEVER RECOVERED FROM YOUR LOSS.

Submitted by: Pauline McDonnell

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DENNIS HARRINGTON, Pte THE QUEENS ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT

DENNIS HARRINGTON

Pte THE QUEENS ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT
WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR SACRIFICE. KILLED ALONGSIDE SO MANY. 15TH JULY 1916 AT HIGH WOOD.

Submitted by: Pauline McDonnell

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William Bowers, 6th Battalion North Staffordshire Regimen

William Bowers

6th Battalion North Staffordshire Regimen
Dedicated to my Grandfather William Bowers 1896 - 1959. Service during WW1 where he received wounds and shell-shock from which he never recovered. From his Grand Daughter Janet Jones

Submitted by: Janet Merralls

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Joseph Spencer, Sergeant

Joseph Spencer

Sergeant
Thank you, you gave your life to protect our freedom, you live on in our hearts.....always. Forever young

Submitted by: Michelle Spencer

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Edmund Mansel-Pleydell, Lt

Edmund Mansel-Pleydell

Lt
Joined 3rd Bt. Dorsetshire Regt. in 1914. Went to France January 1915, attached to Worcestershire Regt. Killed at Kemmel, Flanders, March 12th 1915

Submitted by: Sylvia Wright

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William "Billy"   La Touche Congreve VC, Major

William "Billy" La Touche Congreve VC

Major
Major William "Billy" La Touche Congreve VC, DSO, MC (12 Mar 1891 – 20 July 1916) Recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces

Submitted by: Mr White

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Percy Francis Gethin, Second Lieutenant

Percy Francis Gethin

Second Lieutenant
A talented artist with works in some major museums. Rest easy Percy your sacrifice and your talent is not forgotten.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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John William Greenwood, Private 241478

John William Greenwood

Private 241478
In flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses rowan row You will be remembered for your sacrifice,Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Irene McKendrick

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William Lee, Private 12th Btn Durham Light Infantry 35160

William Lee

Private 12th Btn Durham Light Infantry 35160
William Lee died on 7th June 1917 on the first day of the Battle of Messines. We owe an enormous debt for your courage. Submitted by Jo Callaghan

Submitted by: Jo Callaghan

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