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Ewan Alan MacDougall, Major in the 1st Division Canadian Field Artillery 3rd Brigade, 9th Battery

Ewan Alan MacDougall

Major in the 1st Division Canadian Field Artillery 3rd Brigade, 9th Battery
Having served in the Anglo Boer wars in the Kimberley Light Horse he joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force during WW!. He was deployed at Dickebusch near Ypres where he was reported missing on 8th May 1916. Commemorated on the Menin Gate panel 10

Submitted by: A J Quelch

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Frederick Sully, Cpl. no L21532

Frederick Sully

Cpl. no L21532
My grandad served with the Royal Berkshire regiment was a POW in Lager Lechfeld in 1918. Died 1927. .

Submitted by: Jill Palmer

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Albert Victor Hull, Private, Essex/Welsh Regiments

Albert Victor Hull

Private, Essex/Welsh Regiments
Great Uncle Albert. Enlisted May 1915 with the Essex Regiment. Died of wounds in Flanders 19th September 1917 whilst serving with the 16th Btn Welsh Regiment. Gone but not forgotten. RIP.

Submitted by: Jerry Green

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Ernest Edward Ambrose, Private 22170 6th Batallion Bedfordshire Regiment.

Ernest Edward Ambrose

Private 22170 6th Batallion Bedfordshire Regiment.
I would like to dedicate this to Ernest Edward Ambrose who fought in the first world war and died of his wounds, and is buried in Etaples Frances.

Submitted by: Janet Ambrose

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James Haran  Nash, Lieutenant

James Haran Nash

Lieutenant
In loving memory of our Uncle, Lieutenant James Haran Nash, A coy, 1st Battalion Irish Guards of Shannonview House Limerick k i a 27th March 1918 near Arras France aged 20 years

Submitted by: Pyers O'Conor Nash

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Donald John Williams, Pilot Navigator, Raf

Donald John Williams

Pilot Navigator, Raf
My adoptive uncle who was a Pilot Navigator, shot down with 2 other pilots somewhere over the med while delivering a plane (ADU)

Submitted by: Marcelle Williams

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James Thomas Davis, Private 3647

James Thomas Davis

Private 3647
In memory of Private James Thomas Davis 3647, 15th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment who died aged 21 on 9th May 1917. Son of James George and Ann Maria Davis, of 119 Highfield Road, Alum Rock, Birmingham. Remembered with honour at the Arras Memorial.

Submitted by: Christopher Robin Davis

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James Haran Nash, Leutenant

James Haran Nash

Leutenant
In loving memory of our Uncle, Lieutenant James Haran ("Boy") Nash, A Company, 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, killed in action near Arras, France on 27th March 1918, aged 20.

Submitted by: Pyers O'Conor Nash

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George Brown, Royal Field Artillery

George Brown

Royal Field Artillery
Served in WW1, wounded in Battle of Arras, France April 1917. Lost his leg from bullet wound and subsequently discharged due to wounds at the end of 1917.

Submitted by: George M Brown

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Alexander McCallum, 13438 Private 6th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Alexander McCallum

13438 Private 6th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers
The Pride I have knows no bounds Great Grandfather my Hero I salute you You Great Grandmother Anne Theresa and all the fallen who sacrificed your happy days so we could see the sunshine another day xxx

Submitted by: Clare Barrett

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John Joseph  Mort, Private 34716, 11 th Bn. Lancashire Fususiliers

John Joseph Mort

Private 34716, 11 th Bn. Lancashire Fususiliers
JOHN JOSEPH MORT DIED 21st OCTOBER 1916 My Grandfather who we never met. Gave his life in the 1st World War. father of Stanley Mort.

Submitted by: Marilyn Mort Selwyn

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John McPhee,   Private Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

John McPhee

Private Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
My Grandfather's Brother. Died 14.02.1917 in an explosion. Never forgotten.

Submitted by: Lydia Duncan

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Silk Ram, Sepoy in 2 and Battalion 15 Punjab Regiment D company.

Silk Ram

Sepoy in 2 and Battalion 15 Punjab Regiment D company.
I will keep he faith in remembrance of active service of my grandfather !

Submitted by: Santa Singh

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albert  edward Glass, royal horse artillery ww1  london fire brigade w11

albert edward Glass

royal horse artillery ww1 london fire brigade w11
he served on the western front with the royal horse artillery won the military medal for carrying an officer back over no mans land when he was only 16 years of age, world war two he served in the London fire brigade all through the blissts

Submitted by: malcolm glass

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Thomas Pryce Hamer, Lt Adjutant South Wales Borderers

Thomas Pryce Hamer

Lt Adjutant South Wales Borderers
Killed at Mametz Wood, July 7th 1916. He was a successful businessman in Llanidloes his home town, and was capped twice playing football for Wales. Loved by his family and not forgotten. Rest in peace

Submitted by: Sioned Darlington

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Thomas Pryce Hamer, Lt Adjutant South Wales Borderers

Thomas Pryce Hamer

Lt Adjutant South Wales Borderers
Killed at Mametz Wood, July 7th 1916. He was a successful businessman in Llanidloes his home town, and was capped twice playing football for Wales. Loved by his family and not forgotten. Rest in peace

Submitted by: Sioned Darlington

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Edward Farrell, Private

Edward Farrell

Private
To Edward Farrell, Irish Guards, and his friends from Kilternan, Co. Dublin, all of whom were killed in the first week of September 1914 at Zillebeke, Ypres, Belgium. Lest we forget

Submitted by: Ken Kinsella

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Walter E Breckon, Private. 36969. Prince of Wales (West Yorkshire} Regiment.

Walter E Breckon

Private. 36969. Prince of Wales (West Yorkshire} Regiment.
Fought for his country in WW1. Died in 1917 aged 19. Buried at Huntingdon, North Yorkshire.

Submitted by: Barbara Smith

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Malcolm (known as Calum) MacKenzie, Private 60804 23rd Coy Machine Gun Corps

Malcolm (known as Calum) MacKenzie

Private 60804 23rd Coy Machine Gun Corps
Younger brother of my Great Gran Died 14th March 1917 age 36 leaving a wife and 2 young sons.

Submitted by: Douglas McLanaghan

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Robert Edward Breckon, Lance Corporal. 14008. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Robert Edward Breckon

Lance Corporal. 14008. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Fought for his country in WW1. Died 1917 aged 19 years. Inscription at Tyne Cot Memorial

Submitted by: Barbara Smith

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