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Stephen  Donoghue, 14515864 Gunner Donoghue, 141 Field Reg't, Royal Artillery

Stephen Donoghue

14515864 Gunner Donoghue, 141 Field Reg't, Royal Artillery
Steve and his brother Joseph, same regiment, both played football for BAOR in 1945/6 and in the Dortmund Tattoo in 1947. born in Edinburgh 1924, son of Joseph also remembered on this wall.

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Joseph  Donoghue, 14806715 Gnr Donoghue: 141 Field Regiment Royal Artillery

Joseph Donoghue

14806715 Gnr Donoghue: 141 Field Regiment Royal Artillery
my father served in WW2, son of Joseph Donoghue of Scots Greys in WW1. served in Greece, Italy, Yugoslavia and Germany

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William Edward Banks, 400157 Kings Dragoon Guards

William Edward Banks

400157 Kings Dragoon Guards
my great uncle Bill, son of Pte W Banks who died in1915 aboard HMS Clan McNaughton. He also served in the Scots Greys

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Patrick  Donoghue, Captain, The Lee

Patrick Donoghue

Captain, The Lee
served as captain in the second China War 1856-1860 aboard a wooden gunsloop like the one in the photo.

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Joseph (John) Donoghue, 21241 4th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders

Joseph (John) Donoghue

21241 4th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
aged 15yrs & 219 days. deserted this unit and signed on to the Royal Scots Greys under a nom de plume. he was born in Jan 1902, he had served as a RNVR volunteer and received a medal for valour in the face of the enemy, before his 16th birthday.

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Clifford Edward Hill, Gunner 21318. Royal Marine Light Infantry

Clifford Edward Hill

Gunner 21318. Royal Marine Light Infantry
also as RMA 15353, served from Jan 8th 1917. Father of Jeffrey A Hill, ex 3rd Royal Tank Reg't and grandfather to Andrew David Hill

Submitted by: patricia donoghue

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Henry  Hardwell, 290869 Pte, 17th Bn: Gloucester reg't.

Henry Hardwell

290869 Pte, 17th Bn: Gloucester reg't.
from Bristol, son of Mary Richards Harwell of Totterdown Bristol. great grandfather of Andrew D Hill, son of henry's grandson Jeffrey, son of Edith, Henry's daughter. Transferred into the reserves in 1917 with heart problems

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Peter Brady, Pte, 19008 1st Bn: Gordon Highlanders

Peter Brady

Pte, 19008 1st Bn: Gordon Highlanders
deprived of extra duty pay in Baghdad for being in possession of Arak, an aniseed based drink. served in Mesopotamia until discharge in 1919.

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Thomas Donoghue, 1876 3rd/4th Bn Royal Scots

Thomas Donoghue

1876 3rd/4th Bn Royal Scots
died 11th April 1916.killed in an air raid, buried at Newington Cemetery, Edinburgh.Brother to my grandfather Joe. legacy to cousin James,

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George   Fairgrieve, 1802 Gunner. Machine Gun Corps

George Fairgrieve

1802 Gunner. Machine Gun Corps
awarded Silver war Badge Victory & War Medals. discharged with Chronic otitis media, infection flareups due to perforation of the eardrum, in gunners was very common.

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Robert Fairgrieve, 231842 Sapper, 179th Tunnelling Coy, Royal Engineers.

Robert Fairgrieve

231842 Sapper, 179th Tunnelling Coy, Royal Engineers.
grandson of Isabella Fairgrieve of Tranent and uncle to Peter Elder Fairgrieve of Gladsmuir. dies of wounds 13th July 1917. Rest in Peace great Uncle Robert

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David Fairgrieve, 28459 4th Bn Kings Own Scottish Borderers,

David Fairgrieve

28459 4th Bn Kings Own Scottish Borderers,
Died on 28th Oct 1918 Epehy, buried in Domino British Cemetery, Epehy. He's been transferred to 630542 82nd Coy, Labour Corps.

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Peter  Fairgrieve, S/29967, 7th Bn Cameron Highlanders.

Peter Fairgrieve

S/29967, 7th Bn Cameron Highlanders.
Died 31st July 1917 remembered on the Menin Gate. from Tranent Haddingtonshire , Scotland

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James  Carmichael, 21340 Temp Lieutenant: 13th Bn Scottish Rifles:

James Carmichael

21340 Temp Lieutenant: 13th Bn Scottish Rifles:
Husband of Christina, from Polmont Stirlingshire, awarded, DSO, Victory & War Medals. another cousin to Gabriel Baird Carmichael recorded on here.

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Archibald Carmichael, 47848 Pte, Labour Corps

Archibald Carmichael

47848 Pte, Labour Corps
Rest in Peace

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Matthew Carmichael, 14882 16th Bn, Highland Light Infantry

Matthew Carmichael

14882 16th Bn, Highland Light Infantry
Rest in Peace: son of Agnes and Peter Carmichael of Polmont, Stirlingshire. Cousin to Gabriel Baird Carmichael also remembered on this site.

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Peter  Carmichael, 42093 1st/5th Bn, Kings Own Scottish Borderers.

Peter Carmichael

42093 1st/5th Bn, Kings Own Scottish Borderers.
died 31st Oct 1918, remembered with Honour oin Vis-en-Artois Memorial. France.

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William  Banks, CH 18934: Royal Marine Light Infantry: HMS Clan McNaughton

William Banks

CH 18934: Royal Marine Light Infantry: HMS Clan McNaughton
Great Grandad Bill, your step daughter Catherine, my grandmother, remembered you very fondly for all her 98 yrs. Lost with all hands Feb 3rd 1915 off the coast of Ireland. Lest We Forget. R.I.P papa

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Francis Cyril Taylor, Rifleman, 1st Btln, Monmouthshire Regmt.

Francis Cyril Taylor

Rifleman, 1st Btln, Monmouthshire Regmt.
Son of David John and Annie Maria Taylor of Rhiwderin, Glamorgan Died May 8, 1915 in Second Battle of Ypres aged 17 years. memorialized on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres (panel 50)

Submitted by: Brian Morris

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Fred Archer, Civilian War Dead Liverpool

Fred Archer

Civilian War Dead Liverpool
Tragically killed age 17 in the Liverpool blitz. RIP Uncle Fred, Never forgotten by your family.

Submitted by: Catherine Archer

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