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Ralph Augustus Taylor Louttit, Royal Garrison Artillery Reg.No.368293

Ralph Augustus Taylor Louttit

Royal Garrison Artillery Reg.No.368293
RALPH A LOUTTIT who fell in France during the Great War in 1917 aged 21 years

Submitted by: Robert Feguson

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John Velzian, Army Service Corps Reg.No.11516

John Velzian

Army Service Corps Reg.No.11516
John Velzian died in Flanders France on the 31 October 1915

Submitted by: Robert Feguson

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David Manson, Lance Corporal

David Manson

Lance Corporal
Lance Corporal david Manson served with the Canadian Rifles he was killed in action on the 2nd June 1916 Aged 20.

Submitted by: Robert Feguson

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Edwin Joseph Collins Campbell, Private Canterbury Regiment N.Z.E.F.

Edwin Joseph Collins Campbell

Private Canterbury Regiment N.Z.E.F.
Edwin, my great uncle, enlisted on 24 August 1914 10 days after Great Britain declared war on Germany. He was killed in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula on 8 May 1915. He is buried at Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery, Helles Peninsula, Turkey. RIP

Submitted by: Allan Campbell

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David Cairncross Johnstone, Lance Corporal Black Watch 4th Battalion (Service No 3598)

David Cairncross Johnstone

Lance Corporal Black Watch 4th Battalion (Service No 3598)
David Cairncross Johnstone, born 7th January 1896 to David and Mary Johnstone in Dundee. Died on October 23rd 1916 in France. With the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 4th Battalion. Service No 3598. Remembered on the Thiepval Memorial.

Submitted by: Lesley Wale

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Edwin Joseph  Campbell, Private. 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force, 26 Infantry Battalion

Edwin Joseph Campbell

Private. 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force, 26 Infantry Battalion
Eddie was my uncle. He was killed in action in the Western Desert, Egypt on 26 November 1941. He is buried in the Halfaya Sollum War Cemetery, Egypt. He was 25 years old and the second of two sons to be killed in the war,. RIP

Submitted by: Allan Campbell

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Joseph Gibson, Private 21523 7th Battalion The Lincolnshire Regiment

Joseph Gibson

Private 21523 7th Battalion The Lincolnshire Regiment
Wounded in action on the Somme, died on 15th April 1918 and is buried at Varennes Military Cemetary. Prior to military service he was a Police Officer. He was dearly loved and missed by his wife and family, whose lives were torn apart.

Submitted by: Robert Garlant

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John Charles Burgess, 7th Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment

John Charles Burgess

7th Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment
John was known as Jack to his family. The family came from Bootle and later moved to Southport, he was a painter by trade and the eldest of four children. He died on the first day of Passchendaele 31st July 1917 a hero Rip. Much loved by his family.

Submitted by: Bernadine Reynolds

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William Fletcher, Private 521 21st Battn C.E.F.

William Fletcher

Private 521 21st Battn C.E.F.
My 4th cousin Born 7 Feb 1895 Littlemore, Oxfordshire. Died 30th May 1938 Toronto,Ontario,Canada.

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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Roy Bishop, Gunner 153918, "Z" Bty, 5th Bde, Royal Horse Artillery.

Roy Bishop

Gunner 153918, "Z" Bty, 5th Bde, Royal Horse Artillery.
My 4th cousin born March 1898 Berkshire, Died 19th Oct. 1917. Buried Duhallow A.D.S. Cemetery Ypres.

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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John McGaughran, Private

John McGaughran

Private
John my Great Uncle in my heart you will never be forgotten I promise. Your bravery your sacrifice will always be appreciated from me and all who loved you To you your Brother in law Alexander McCallum I thank you with all my heart Heroes Forever x

Submitted by: Clare Barrett

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Esme Bryson, HM Submarines, Telegraphist

Esme Bryson

HM Submarines, Telegraphist
For my uncle Esme who was serving in submarine P48 in the mediterranean when it was sunk, with all hands, on Christmas Day 1942 (25/12/42) by an Italian ship. Continuing to remember his youngest brother as my father would wish.

Submitted by: Janet Bird

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Alfred Bishop, Private 2393 2nd/4th Bn,Wiltshire Regiment

Alfred Bishop

Private 2393 2nd/4th Bn,Wiltshire Regiment
My 4th cousin. Born April1891 Brentford Middlesex. Died 6 April 1916 Mesopotamia .Buried at Al Basrah, Iraq. Remembered with Honour, Basra Memorial.

Submitted by: Ronald Bishop

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Walter Gilyatt, Walter Thacker unknown.  Walter & William  Army Medical Corps WW1

Walter Gilyatt

Walter Thacker unknown. Walter & William Army Medical Corps WW1
My GGrandfather Walter Gilyatt & my grandfather William Gilyatt (Both Territorial soldiers) with Walters' nephew Walter Thacker. Will served in both World Wars, He was bandmaster of the Middlesex Regiment for which he was awarded the MBE.

Submitted by: Carol Worby

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Frederick Spearink, 2nd Bn. Hampshire Regiment 11945 Private

Frederick Spearink

2nd Bn. Hampshire Regiment 11945 Private
Drowned at sea on the Royal Edward, 13th August 1915, aged 33. Frederick is commemorated at Helles Memorial. He left behind his Wife Mrs Sarah Ellen Spearink & their six children. Submitted by Andrew Harding

Submitted by: Andrew H

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William Thorburn Earshman, Private: Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Service Number: S/11036

William Thorburn Earshman

Private: Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Service Number: S/11036
William was born in 1891 and died on 25 Sept 1915 • Flanders, France. He is buried Loos-en-Gohelle, France. He was dearly missed by his sister, Janet, who outlived all her siblings. His Name Liveth For Evermore. Submitted by KBM

Submitted by: Kenneth Muir

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Frederick Spearink, 2nd Bn. Hampshire Regiment, 11945 Private

Frederick Spearink

2nd Bn. Hampshire Regiment, 11945 Private
Drowned at sea on the Royal Edward, 13th August 1915, aged 33. Helles Memorial Panel 125-134 or 223-226 228-229 & 328. He left behind his Wife Mrs. Sarah Ellen Spearink and their six children who lived in Streatham, South London.

Submitted by: Andrew H

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Harry Gibson, Private 5949829, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment

Harry Gibson

Private 5949829, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Fought + died for his country. A hero to the end who was shot and killed by a Greek sniper, Balkans & Greece Campaign, 3 July 1945 but miraculously managed to steer his vehicle away from civilians. A gentle man who was loved + missed by his family

Submitted by: Tracey Chamberlain

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David  Hook, 2cnd battalion, Gordon Highlanders

David Hook

2cnd battalion, Gordon Highlanders
Dear Papa David?? Every year on Remembrance Sunday, I think of you. Your memory lives on, from my nana's heart to my mother's heart, and now in my heart forever. One day we will all be together and we will meet there. Your granddaughter, Debbie ??

Submitted by: Debra Crerar

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Our Armed Forces All Personnel A to Z, The Army, Navy and Air Force

Our Armed Forces All Personnel A to Z

The Army, Navy and Air Force
A Roll Of Honour of 888,246 Ceramic Poppies representing the fallen They shall not grow old, As we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them Nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun And in the morning, We Will Remember Them.

Submitted by: Trevor Irons

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