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Samuel Brierley, Private - Royal Munster Fusiliers - Formerly Kings Own Light Infantry

Samuel Brierley

Private - Royal Munster Fusiliers - Formerly Kings Own Light Infantry
Killed in action 10th July 1917 - it is with great pride that place this dedication to my Great Granddad Samuel Brierley. RIP

Submitted by: Linda Clennett

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Ernest Neale, Service No. 6846333

Ernest Neale

Service No. 6846333
Joined the Kings Royal Rifle Corps as a Riflman and contined with the Royal Engineers as a Sapper. Active in the Middle East campain from 1941 to 1945 serving 7 years and 197 daysn receiving the AFRICA STAR with the 8th Army Clasp. The man on horse!

Submitted by: Maxine Neale

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Charles Church, Leading Telegraphist, RNVR

Charles Church

Leading Telegraphist, RNVR
Served in WW1, gave up teaching to fight for his country but sadly lost his life in September 1918.

Submitted by: Steve Chittock

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Arthur Bonney, 7482 Lancashire Fusiliers.

Arthur Bonney

7482 Lancashire Fusiliers.
100 Years ago you suffered and died. in ways we can never imagine. A Debt that can never be repaid. we give Thanks. on behalf of all you descendants. R.I.P. Your G/Grandsons Brendan & Timothy

Submitted by: E Hill

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John Christopher Byrne, Corporal 56th Recce

John Christopher Byrne

Corporal 56th Recce
Joined the South Lancs in 1936 and fought with them at Dunkirk Transferred to 56th Recce in Jan 1941and fought with them in Tunisia,Scicily and Italy He was wounded Boxing Day 1943 He was lucky enough to come home

Submitted by: Dave Byrne

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arthur  noel richards, able seaman

arthur noel richards

able seaman
for my dad who served in the royal navy on hms wessex from 1943 too 1946 he had radiation effects at hiroshima while patroling radioactive areas which many years later affected his health and he passed away inturnal organs aged too 100

Submitted by: Lloyd Richards

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Ken Ayres, Sergeant

Ken Ayres

Sergeant
Served in the British army 1951-1964. Dorset Regiment. REME, Command Workshop, Vehicle Battalion, Army Apprentice College Chepstow, Training Battalion, Kings African Rifles. Posted to Austria, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaya and Kenya.

Submitted by: Julie Wigmore

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William Collie, Gordon Highlander

William Collie

Gordon Highlander
my grandfather saved 8 men under heavy shell fire and died of wounds on 24.8.1916 at Rouen in France. He was at the battle of YPRES in Flanders. He was from Aberdeen in Scotland. William left a widow and 2/3 children.

Submitted by: Helen Booth

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Sydney Fountaine, Pte Sydney James  Fountaine S/N 1950 9th Battalion AIF KIA 23 July 1916

Sydney Fountaine

Pte Sydney James Fountaine S/N 1950 9th Battalion AIF KIA 23 July 1916
You did not come home for Christmas, You did not come home at all You lie in an unmarked grave at Pozieres We will think of you Lest We Forget

Submitted by: Elaine Fountaine

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Leonard Arthur Rose, Private, Sherwood Foresters

Leonard Arthur Rose

Private, Sherwood Foresters
My Great Uncle who died on the battle field, 24/3/1943 . Never forgotten.

Submitted by: Samantha Rose

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Ernest William Rose, Private, RMP, Dorsetshire Rgmt

Ernest William Rose

Private, RMP, Dorsetshire Rgmt
My Grandpy (bottom row, 2nd left), he never spoke of the war, incl his time in Burma, so I never really knew what he went through. Without fail every year he attended the local memorial for Remembrance Day remembering those served. Never forgotten.

Submitted by: Samantha Rose

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Jonathan Cecil (Nat) Davies, Gunner, Royal Artillery

Jonathan Cecil (Nat) Davies

Gunner, Royal Artillery
My Great Uncle (bottom row of the photo with the hat on) died in battle, 2/12/1944, and is commemorated both at Groesbeek and Capel Y Bryn. Never forgotten.

Submitted by: Samantha Rose

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Herbert James Holdway, Driver, Royal Horse Artillery

Herbert James Holdway

Driver, Royal Horse Artillery
Unfortunately I didn't know my Grandfather but he gained a Military Medal for saving a horse on the battle field, what a kind man. Never forgotten.

Submitted by: Samantha Rose

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William Croome, Captain, Essex Reg

William Croome

Captain, Essex Reg
To the memory of Capt. William Hardman Croome, Essex Reg. Born 1891 Served in France throughout 1917 attached to GHQ 29th Divn. Posted missing 30th Nov 1917 near Gouzeaucourt. Commemorated at the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, France.

Submitted by: William Croome

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John Cecil Pearce, Royal Navy WW1  Royal Australian Navy WW2  /  C.E.R.A

John Cecil Pearce

Royal Navy WW1 Royal Australian Navy WW2 / C.E.R.A
Served on HMS Collingwood during the Battle of Jutland. Mentioned in Depacthes whilst serving on HMAS Aurunta "for leadership skill and devotion to duty in a successful attack on an enemy submarine". 30 years Naval service.

Submitted by: Andrew Pearce

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Robert George  Shelbourn, 6/21039 - Class Z Army Reserve, 81854 - Durham Light Infantry & 39607 - West Riding Regiment

Robert George Shelbourn

6/21039 - Class Z Army Reserve, 81854 - Durham Light Infantry & 39607 - West Riding Regiment
Served as a sniper in France and survived the war. Emigrated to Australia with his wife and family in 1949. Died in his 91st year and seldom mentioned his war service.

Submitted by: Colleen Walker

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William James Gribble, 548 Trooper 9th Australian Light Horse

William James Gribble

548 Trooper 9th Australian Light Horse
William was killed in action on Anzac Cove on 22 June 1915 aged 27 years & buried at Point Cemetery Ari Burnu about 1/2 mile North of Anzac Cove. He was the son of John and Catherine Gribble, of Illogan Downs Station, Bowhill, South Australia.

Submitted by: Colleen Walker

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John Freeborough  Miller, 240922,9th (Glasgow HDs) Bn., HLI, died 3Oct 1917, Age 29

John Freeborough Miller

240922,9th (Glasgow HDs) Bn., HLI, died 3Oct 1917, Age 29
Dearest Grandfather A Great War hero, died of his wounds in Calais, buried Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte, France. Always remembered with love and appreciation by his granddaughter and family.

Submitted by: Bob Whelpton

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Jack Turner, Able Seaman, Royal Navy

Jack Turner

Able Seaman, Royal Navy
A beloved uncle who served in WWll, on Royal Navy ships that escorted the Arctic Convoys, carrying supplies to Archangel & Murmansk. Enduring the most harsh conditions, he saw terrible things when the convoys were constantly attacked by the Germans.

Submitted by: Elaine Peluch

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William Hackney Wood, Signalman 2363025 Royal Corps of Signal (attd Indian Signal Corps)

William Hackney Wood

Signalman 2363025 Royal Corps of Signal (attd Indian Signal Corps)
Captured 15th Feb 1942 Burma. Died and liberated April 1945. Buried in Kanchanburi War Cemetery. Son of William Hackney and Mary Jane Wood, brother of Gladys and Nellie, Meir, Stoke. To a long lost relative who gave his life for King and country.

Submitted by: Suzanne Colclough

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