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Private 4550, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 2nd Battallion
In memory of my great uncle Robert, who died in action on 21 Aug 1916, aged 19. You died so young and gave so much. We thank you and honour your life and sacrifice. His memorial is at Thiepval, France.
Submitted by: Christina Parker
Killed in action 11/10/1918 Beloved brother of Sarah and Caroline. I am proud to know you were my Great Uncle and I'm pleased I could visit Ypres this year and lay a poppy there in dedication to you from all your family, past and present.
Submitted by: rose smith
Corporal 18687, 10th Battalion of The Worcestershire Regiment
Thank you Great Uncle Arthur, for you’re bravery. You gave your life for our country and it’s people. I never knew you, but feel so much love towards you. You were killed in action, at The Battle Of The Somme 3/7/1916. You are my hero always! Joanne
Submitted by: Joanne Winkler
G/12135, 7th Royal Sussex Regiment
Words cannot express our gratitude or sadness. George was the older brother of my Great Grandmother, he was killed in action 20 Nov 1917, leaving a widow Emily and daughter Ivy. He is remembered at Cambrai Memorial, Louverval.
Submitted by: Joanne Newbigging
East Kent Buffs G/998
Just one of so many, but to us one in a million. George was a kind and loving father to Kitty who adored him, but he never got to know his daughter Grace or his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Never forgotten and always missed.
Submitted by: Sue Harper
Driver, Royal Field Artillery
In grateful memory of our great-uncle, Robbie, who succumbed to malaria 7 weeks before the end of the war, aged just 23, and buried in Salonica Loved and greatly missed by his sister, our grandmother, Mary McQuillan Remembered by Mary and Margaret
Submitted by: M Gibson
My great uncle Joseph Taylor served with the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. Joseph was killed at the battle of Loos in September 1915 aged 17 years old. I am extremely proud of Joseph, his service and of his sacrifice. He will forever be remembered.
Submitted by: Chris Davies