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Sappers from Tehri Garhwal attached with 39th Garhwal rifles
We could trace his Grave in St. Venant, France, which we visited in 2015 on his day of martyrdom on 16 th May exactly on centenary day of his sacrifice. his memorial in his native village in Tehri garhwal, will be ready by 16.05.2018.
Submitted by: Jagmohan Singh
Royal Air Force WW2
I’m honouring my grandfather for his bravery in World War 2. Sadly he left us October 2017 at the age of 94. As his granddaughter Tasha who is serving in the British Army I am extremely proud of my grandpa Horatio Pheanas Baxter from Jamaica.
Submitted by: Tasha Baxter
7954869 Private,Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Died on 24/3/1944 whilst a P.O.W. Killed by a train in Africa. Buried in the Berlin War Cemetery Always in our thoughts, Remembered with honour and Pride. Sorry no picture available.
Submitted by: John Phillips
808945, 102 (The Northumberland Hussars) Anti-Tank Regt., Royal Artillery, Sarjeant
In Memory of Sarjeant Leonard Higgins, my Godfather and Uncle the husband of Mary Ann Higgins, who died on 23 July 1943 in the service of his country and the free world. Remembered with Honour in Catania War Cemetery, Sicily
Submitted by: Alan Foster
Boy 1st Class J/39321 "Hampshire", Royal Navy.
My 4th Cousin William Albert Moreton born 20th May 1899, Witney, Oxfordshire. Died 5th June 1916 when H.M.S.Hampshire hit a British laid mine. Remembered with Honour at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Submitted by: Ronald removed
Private 6TH Battalan Connaught Rangers WW1
Died in the trenches 20TH November 1917. Husband to Mary and father to one year old Joseph who married and gave him six grand children which he would never see. Sadly missed in all of our lives but will always be remembered with love.
Submitted by: Eileen Larkin
9th Btn Devon Regiment. Gunner Private
Enlisted underage on 23 Sep 1916. Saw action in Italy and France. Was part of a Lewis gun team in attack on the Hindenburg Line on 8 Oct 1918. Injured in both legs and presumed dead. Later rescued and spent a year in hospital. Returned to farming
Submitted by: Roger Netting