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Private No. 2714928, 1st Battalion Irish Guards.
Served in Irish Guards 1919 - 1926, serving in Constantinople 1922 - 1923. A grand uncle greatly admired and remembered by all the Connolly family and all your relations, you are not forgotten.
Submitted by: John Connolly
“Highland Memory is long For Highland Memory is strong.” With pride in our Highland Hearts we remember our Great Uncle George Ross. George was killed in action on the 26/03/1918 , “To live in the hearts of those we leave behind, is not to die”
Submitted by: Lorraine Whiteman
Private in 1st Wiltshire Regiment
Arthur Bridgeman is buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery in France. We are forever in his debt and all those men and women who died and still die that we may continue to enjoy our freedom and democracy. Let us NEVER forget that.
Submitted by: Niki Thompson
Gunner 57742, 118th Battery, 26th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery
With great sadness and deep gratitude for the sacrifice he so selflessly made, I honour my Great Uncle George Sunley. Part of the BEF shipped to France at the start of the war, he was killed shortly after arrival on 28th August 1914. He was 22.
Submitted by: Denise Sales
Private L/21815, Middlesex Regiment, 1st Battalion
In thanks and memory to my much loved granddad, who was injured by mustard gas, but survived the war. He lost his older brother, Robert, in the Somme. We remember and value your service. Thank you.
Submitted by: Christina Parker