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Let those who come after see to it that these people be honoured and their hardships not forgotten
1st world war brave man will not be forgotten for my grandad died 1941 love granddaughter janet brown r.i.p
Submitted by: Janet Brown
private service number 11938
this Dedication is for my grandad Mark Ellwood born 1897 died 1941 he fought in world war 1 a brave man the gas affected his lungs he was in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders not be forgotten r.i.p janet brown
Submitted by: Janet Brown
Edward R Weare
M2/ 082869 Lcpl Army Service Corp Mechanical Transport Division
Arrived in France 1915 attached to 12 Siege Battery RHA. He supplied ammunition to siege batteries including the 49th Canadian Division to which his brother Capt Cecil Weare MC was attached. He was awarded the Victory,British and 1915 Star medals.
Submitted by: Reginald Barrett
Jack Alexander Munday
Corporal. 2/5th battalion Queens Royal Regiment. (Surrey)
Amended .. Served in WW2 in Nth Africa and Italy . Died 23/10/1943 near Naples Italy . Loved husband of Ada and father of June . Grandfather to 4,great grandfather to 9 . GG grandfather to 8+ RIP
Submitted by: Jessica pine
WWi Polish Calvary- WW II Warrant Officer Polish 2nd Corps 8th Army
Czeslaw Jan Zenon Czartowski, (1897-1968) in WW I was a staff sergeant with the Polish cavalry and was awarded the Vertuti Militari. In WW II, he was a warrant officer with the Army Supply Depot- Polish 2nd Corps, 8th army. He was discharged 1947.
Submitted by: Bill Young
RAF pilot Sgt
I never had the chance to meet you but your sister (my mother) has always spoken of you, so I almost feel like I know you. We all all very proud of you.
Submitted by: Barbara Martin
"Bobby" died over Esserveld Groningen, Netherlands in 1941 - he was shot down with the rest of the crew, none of whom survived. All are buried in the war grave cemetery there. These young men gave their lives that we might have a better future. RIP
Submitted by: Linda Holmes
Private 37639 East Lancashire Regiment
Born Great Harwood 1897, 2nd son of Robert and Maggie Siblings Harold Annie Thomas Edith Jane Charles Edward and John (deceased) Killed in action Passchendaele 31 July 1917 A true hero, gave his young life for his country Not forgotten RIP
Submitted by: Michael Ashworth
Private in the Highland Light Infantry
In Memory of a long gone solidier but not forgotten by his family.
Submitted by: Jayne Taylor
Private, 1st/5th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment)
Served in World War I, fought and died for his country on 1 April 1918 in France. From Horncastle, Lincolnshire. Loved and remembered by his family and all his grandchildren and their families in Australia.
Submitted by: Carol Roberts
Donald Henry Hartley
Royal Australian Engineers - sapper
Donald died on the Kakoda Trail in Papua New Guinea in WW2. He was buried by his two younger brothers who were on graveyard duty that night. To have to bury their hero was a terrible tragedy and a sad loss to the family who loved and remembers him.
Submitted by: Vanda Hartley
Sergeant Royal Scots, 11th Battalion
My Great Grand Father, Killed in Action At the Somme, The Battle of Bazentin Ridge, Longueval 14/07/1916 Had served in the boer war Submitted by: Sgt. Mark Bloxham, Edmonton Police Service, Alberta, Canada
Submitted by: Mark Bloxham
Private Army Cycle Corp
Served in WW1. Shot in the arm. I wish I could have asked him about his experiences but I was only a boy and I doubt he would have told me anything.
Submitted by: Peter Oliver
Private. 7th Battalion . Suffolk regiment. Sn23778.
Private Joseph middleditch you were my wife's grandfather who was killed in action aged 20 on 9th August 1916 fighting for your country. A great war hero often spoke about even though none of us new you.
Submitted by: Michael Isard
Humphrey Paul Stennett Buckley
Captain, 7th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment
Commissioned 22nd December 1914 and departed to Western Front in July 1915. On night of 28th to 29th July 1917, he was in command of a trench raid near Roeux when mortally wounded,
Submitted by: Patrick Buckley
In loving memory of Vernon Holden DSO MC Major 10th Royal West Kent Regiment attached 11th Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, who died in Flanders on October 2nd from wounds received on 1st October 1918. Aged 25 years.
Submitted by: Julian Gwinn
Gunner No 279570 then Staff Sergeant
RGA (No 1402) Malta 1900-1902, Ceylon 1902-1904, Hong Kong 1904-1907 , UK 1907-1911. Re-enlisted RGA WWI (No 279570). France 1 Sep 1915. At Somme, Ypres, Loos, and Neuve Chapelle. 1914-15. TA reserve from 17 March 1919. RIP
Submitted by: Andrew Paterson
Leslie James Eaton
I never knew you cousin, but I am very proud of you.
Submitted by: Doreen Eaton
Thomas William Storey
Railway Troops Depot, Royal Engineers. Served in WW1, My Grandfather Died in 1917 Submitted by: Linda Syms
Submitted by: Christopher Syms
Donald Richard Field Jackson
Lt. 5th Bn., Duke of Wellington's (W. R. Reg).
Donald died on 27/08/1017 age 24.The son of Sir Percy & Lady Mary Jackson of 'Woodlands', Scissett, Huddersfield. His Grave/Memorial ref: Panel 82 to 85 & 162A Tyne Cot Memorial. May he Rest in Peace.
Submitted by: Janet Roberts