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Leonard Higgins, 808945, 102 (The Northumberland Hussars) Anti-Tank Regt., Royal Artillery, Sarjeant

Leonard Higgins

808945, 102 (The Northumberland Hussars) Anti-Tank Regt., Royal Artillery, Sarjeant
In Memory of Sarjeant Leonard Higgins, my Godfather and Uncle the husband of Mary Ann Higgins, who died on 23 July 1943 in the service of his country and the free world. Remembered with Honour in Catania War Cemetery, Sicily

Submitted by: Alan Foster

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Victor William Hovell, 10th Battalion sherwood foresters, Notts and Derby.

Victor William Hovell

10th Battalion sherwood foresters, Notts and Derby.
Died aged 19 in 1918. Never forgotten

Submitted by: Seana Hovell

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Edward Sawkins, Gunner 38042, 2nd Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery.

Edward Sawkins

Gunner 38042, 2nd Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery.
My 2nd Cousin 2x Rem. Edward Thomas Sawkins born Oct 1893 Church Hill Cottage, Darenth, Dartford. Died 17th Jan 1917, Buried in plot D 126, ( Newport ) cemetery, Lincoln..

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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William Moreton, Boy 1st Class J/39321 "Hampshire", Royal Navy.

William Moreton

Boy 1st Class J/39321 "Hampshire", Royal Navy.
My 4th Cousin William Albert Moreton born 20th May 1899, Witney, Oxfordshire. Died 5th June 1916 when H.M.S.Hampshire hit a British laid mine. Remembered with Honour at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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Margurite Woodward, CPL, C.W.A.C   WW II

Margurite Woodward

CPL, C.W.A.C WW II
My Grandmother, mother of EB Williams and spouse of RG Woodward M.M Lived in Vancouver BC and Calgary AB Canada 1904 - 1996

Submitted by: Rick Williams

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Edwin B Williams, Private,  Argyll and Suthern Highlanders of Canada WW II

Edwin B Williams

Private, Argyll and Suthern Highlanders of Canada WW II
France Germany Star 1923 - 1957 My father son-in-law of Bill Nightingale

Submitted by: Rick Williams

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William " Bill " Nightingale, SGT Calgary Highlanders, Calgary AB Canada

William " Bill " Nightingale

SGT Calgary Highlanders, Calgary AB Canada
My Grandfather, son of William Nightingale WW I. Came from Blackburn UK and served in WW II Loved and missed

Submitted by: Rick Williams

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Willam A stevens, Private, Queens (Royal Surreys)

Willam A stevens

Private, Queens (Royal Surreys)
Served in WW2, fought and captured at Dunkirk. Loved and missed by his family.

Submitted by: Jason Durbridge

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Joseph Browne, Private 6TH Battalan Connaught  Rangers WW1

Joseph Browne

Private 6TH Battalan Connaught Rangers WW1
Died in the trenches 20TH November 1917. Husband to Mary and father to one year old Joseph who married and gave him six grand children which he would never see. Sadly missed in all of our lives but will always be remembered with love.

Submitted by: Eileen Larkin

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William Rishton, Sargeant,  Flight Engineer

William Rishton

Sargeant, Flight Engineer
101 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Flight Engineer. Avro Lancaster. ED315 also listed as ED375. Plane brought down over St Navairre, all crew killed. You are much loved and not forgotten

Submitted by: Madeleine Mitchell

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Maurice Penberthy, Private, Devonshire Regiment

Maurice Penberthy

Private, Devonshire Regiment
A much loved son and brother who died too soon, fighting in Palestine in WW1. Still remembered 100 years later by his niece and great nephew. Diskwitha Yn Kres

Submitted by: Marrick Taylor

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Cecil Charles Netting, 9th Btn Devon Regiment. Gunner Private

Cecil Charles Netting

9th Btn Devon Regiment. Gunner Private
Enlisted underage on 23 Sep 1916. Saw action in Italy and France. Was part of a Lewis gun team in attack on the Hindenburg Line on 8 Oct 1918. Injured in both legs and presumed dead. Later rescued and spent a year in hospital. Returned to farming

Submitted by: Roger Netting

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Richard Jephson, Squadron Leader 40623,409 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

Richard Jephson

Squadron Leader 40623,409 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
My 3rd Cousin 3xRem. Born3rd March 1918 Victoria,British Columbia,Canada. Died 27th July 1944. Falaise,Calvados,Basse-Normadie,France. Remembered with Honour, Banneville-La- Campagne War Cemetery.

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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Ernest Amos, Private TF/9503 1st/7th Btn Middlesex Regiment.

Ernest Amos

Private TF/9503 1st/7th Btn Middlesex Regiment.
My 2nd cousin 3x Rem. Born Abt 1881 Deptfor,Kent Died 10 Sept,1916 France. Buried at, London Cemetery & Extension Cemetery, Longueval,France.

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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Charles  Malcolm, Royal Navy Reserve Stoker 2655S

Charles Malcolm

Royal Navy Reserve Stoker 2655S
Charles Malcolm was my 1st cousin 3x removed he was killed 31 May 1916 on board HMS Queen Mary along with his two brothers Joseph & John Robert.They are remembered on Stockton on Tees War Memorial also on Chatham Naval Memorial. Lest We Forget.

Submitted by: Cindy Davies

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John Robert Malcolm, Royal Navy Reserve Stoker 1430S

John Robert Malcolm

Royal Navy Reserve Stoker 1430S
John Robert Malcolm was my 1st cousin 3x removed he was killed 31 May 1916 on board HMS Queen Mary along with his two brothers Joseph & Charles.They are remembered on Stockton on Tees War Memorial also on Chatham Naval Memorial. Lest We Forget.

Submitted by: Cindy Davies

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Joseph  Malcolm , Royal Navy Reserve Stoker 2681T

Joseph Malcolm

Royal Navy Reserve Stoker 2681T
Joseph Malcolm was my 1st cousin 3x removed he was killed 31 May 1916 on board HMS Queen Mary along with his two brothers John Robert & Charles.They are remembered on Stockton on Tees War Memorial also on Chatham Naval Memorial. Lest We Forget.

Submitted by: Cindy Davies

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Henry  Heighway, Private Canadian Infantry. WW1

Henry Heighway

Private Canadian Infantry. WW1
Love and respect to a Grandad we never met. Killed in action June 1926.

Submitted by: Jean Weston

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Arthur  Johnson, Royal Engineers - Driver.  No.542224

Arthur Johnson

Royal Engineers - Driver. No.542224
My Grandfather who served in France and died there 28th October 1918 aged 40 and is interred in the Military Cemetery at Tulinethem Nr. Boulogne. Submitted by Wendy Courtice

Submitted by: John Courtice

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William Medhurst, 1st class Petty Officer on HMS Cornwallis

William Medhurst

1st class Petty Officer on HMS Cornwallis
William Medhurst was my Great Uncle. A few weeks short of his 40th birthday, on April 25th 1915, he was shot and killed whilst rowing soldiers across to V Beach on Cape Helles at the start of the disastrous Gallipoli campaign.

Submitted by: Annie Medhurst

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