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Percival ‘Hugh’  White, Major - Middlesex Regiment and sent to Burma with the 12th Army based in Rangoon

Percival ‘Hugh’ White

Major - Middlesex Regiment and sent to Burma with the 12th Army based in Rangoon
Much loved father and grandfather who is dearly missed by all the family. We will always be proud of you, the White family all remember's you are in all of our Hearts.

Submitted by: Mr White

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Edwin Joseph Tapner, A/1103 Lance Corporal

Edwin Joseph Tapner

A/1103 Lance Corporal
Served with "D" Coy 2nd Btn Kings Royal Rifles. Loving son of Edwin and Harriet Tapner. Buried at Maroc British Cemetery Grenay. In memory of a long gone solider taken too early. Always remembered.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Hnery Joseph Butcher, G/6597

Hnery Joseph Butcher

G/6597
Son of Henry and Elizabeth Butcher. Served and died for his country. Gave your life on 22nd March 1918 on the Somme. Buried in Villers-Faucon Communial Cemetery Extension Plot 111 grave A.10. Always remembered

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Stephen George Lydiatt, R/36883

Stephen George Lydiatt

R/36883
Served with the Kings Royal Rifles and gave his life for his country on 16th January 1918. You will always be remembered in our family with pride. Commerated on Tyne Cot Memorial.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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William  `Hider, 33492

William `Hider

33492
Remembering a brave man who served with the 8th Bn East Surrey regiment and gave the ultimate sacrifice on 3rd May 1917. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Edward Henry Smith, 200558

Edward Henry Smith

200558
Served with the 1st/4th Bn Royal Sussex regiment. He was taken into glory on 1st August 1918. A young man who made the ultimate sacrifice. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Charles Tapner, 9293 14th Bn Hampshire Regiment

Charles Tapner

9293 14th Bn Hampshire Regiment
Served in WW1 and gave his life on 2nd August 1917. First world war man will not be forgotten. Rest in peace.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Harry Charles  Benham, 200656

Harry Charles Benham

200656
Served in 1st/4th Bn Royal Sussex regiment. Departed this life on 19th April 1917 having done his duty to this country. He will always be remembered.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Arthur Tapner, G/1701 Royal Sussex Regiment

Arthur Tapner

G/1701 Royal Sussex Regiment
Served in WW1 and died for his country on 21st October 1918.

Submitted by: Lorraine Benham

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Arthur Baseley, Pte

Arthur Baseley

Pte
Remembering our Dad. Died 30th Dec. 2016 Enlisted into the Middlesex Regiment 1941. Served with No 12, 1 and No 5 Commandos.. Took part in decisive battle for Hill 170 Burma 1945. Miss you Dad and will always be proud of you.

Submitted by: Anne George

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Harry Underwood, 15/1550  Private Harry Underwood 15th (Service) Battalion (1st Leeds)

Harry Underwood

15/1550 Private Harry Underwood 15th (Service) Battalion (1st Leeds)
One of the few survivors of the Leeds Pals. Most of the Leeds Pals, along with the hundreds of other “pals” regiments formed up and down the country, perished on the same day in the same hour on the first day of the Battle of the Somme.

Submitted by: Sharon Cieciala

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Joseph Todd, Private Joseph Todd 11/10798  Lincolnshire Regiment

Joseph Todd

Private Joseph Todd 11/10798 Lincolnshire Regiment
Private Joseph Todd 11/10798 Lincolnshire Regiment Aged 23 died on 26 August 1917 in the battle for Ruby Farm at Hargicourt France, The Todd Family all remember's you are in all of our Hearts

Submitted by: Anthony Joseph Todd

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Thomas Threlfall, WR/250858, Sapper, Royal Engineers, 112th Railway Company

Thomas Threlfall

WR/250858, Sapper, Royal Engineers, 112th Railway Company
Served in WW1. May you rest in peace. Your proud family.

Submitted by: Louise Cooper

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Frederick A. Norton, Lieutenant, WW2 Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps.

Frederick A. Norton

Lieutenant, WW2 Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps.
Frederick Augustus Norton Born Portugal. Died March 1943 North Africa. Buried Medjez-El-Bab War Cemetery. Plot 4. A.10.

Submitted by: Joan Harrison

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Newrick Curry, 18/459 Pte  durham light infantry

Newrick Curry

18/459 Pte durham light infantry
Uncle Newrick Killed 3rd March 1917 In France . Buried in Sailly-Au Bois G.W.Grave son of John William and Ruth Curry, of 17 Oak St., Fence Houses, Co. Durham. He paid the ultimate sacrifice Lest We forget

Submitted by: Mr Brian Shotton

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Frank Blackburn, Marine 47 RM Commando

Frank Blackburn

Marine 47 RM Commando
Remembering my Dad Frank Blackburn PO/X 105362, Landed In Normandy and ended the war in the Pacific...You came home but not the same person that had left... a hero remembered by his family

Submitted by: brenda Cogswell

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Robert  Carpenter , 11th battalion, Royal Irish Rifles

Robert Carpenter

11th battalion, Royal Irish Rifles
Fought and died for his country. 100 years on and you haven't been forgotten. Thankyou for giving your today for our tomorrow. Remembered by 4 generations xxxx

Submitted by: Kim McNarry

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E. JOHN BEALE, PTE ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGT 1899-1918

E. JOHN BEALE

PTE ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGT 1899-1918
your memory lives on down the generations

Submitted by: tony reilly

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Neil Archie Bond, R.C.N.V.R.: Her Majesty's Canadian Motor Torpedo Boat 461 14 Feb ,1945

Neil Archie Bond

R.C.N.V.R.: Her Majesty's Canadian Motor Torpedo Boat 461 14 Feb ,1945
Rest in peace. You are not forgotten.

Submitted by: Bridget Axford

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Archibald "Arch"  McCormick, Private, Canadian Infantry (Nova Scotia Regiment) 25th Battalion. Killed in action, 1 Jan. 1917.

Archibald "Arch" McCormick

Private, Canadian Infantry (Nova Scotia Regiment) 25th Battalion. Killed in action, 1 Jan. 1917.
Lovingly remembered by your family.

Submitted by: Bridget Axford

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