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JAMES TOD, Pte, 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders

JAMES TOD

Pte, 5th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders
Killed in action 25 September 2015, The Battle of Loos, one of 950 'lost' that day. James was a talented artist, and it is thought that he was part of the 'Pals Battalion' from Glasgow School of Art (see GSA Archives website). Not forgotten.

Submitted by: Janet Tod

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William (Dunc) Murray, Chindit

William (Dunc) Murray

Chindit
My dad was in India then Burma during WWII. He returned from the war to die in 1974.

Submitted by: Yvonne Neskey

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Cyril Wilfred Ramsdale, East Yorkshire Regiment, 80 Train Res Bn, Royal Engineers

Cyril Wilfred Ramsdale

East Yorkshire Regiment, 80 Train Res Bn, Royal Engineers
37907, 5/41358, WR211835 A family member who served his country during WW1.

Submitted by: Barbara Smith

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Harry Giles, Royal Navy   Engine Room Artificer 2nd class    271830

Harry Giles

Royal Navy Engine Room Artificer 2nd class 271830
Dedicated to a Grandfather I never knew. Served on HMS Hampshire in 1916.She hit a mine off Scappa Flow on the 5th June 1916 and went down in less than 15 minutes.He made the ultimate sacrifice so we may have a better future. We will remember them.

Submitted by: Colin Giles

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Percy Sydney Battle, Private, Bedfordshire regiment

Percy Sydney Battle

Private, Bedfordshire regiment
1st cousin twice removed, died during the 3rd battle of Ypres, 2 days after being wounded age 20

Submitted by: Marcelle Williams

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Kenneth james Lewsey, Private, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry

Kenneth james Lewsey

Private, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry
Kenneth James Lewsey was my Uncle, whilst serving for the Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry he was killed in action on the 27 august 1944, out in france he is sadly missed by his sister Grace Pudney (formerly Lewsey), forever in our hearts.

Submitted by: Janet Ambrose

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Thomas Livingstone Melville, Private, Black Watch

Thomas Livingstone Melville

Private, Black Watch
My Granddad was captured in France in June 1940 at St Valerie and spent the remainder of WW2 as a POW spending time in camps including Stalag 20B. After release he returned to Scotland, got married, had a family and died at home in March 1979.

Submitted by: Michelle Hill

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Donal John William, Pilot Navigator, Raf

Donal John William

Pilot Navigator, Raf
My Uncle Don (adoptive) died while delivering an aircraft with 2 other pilots, somewhere over the med

Submitted by: Marcelle Williams

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Robert Edwin Claringbold, Private

Robert Edwin Claringbold

Private
Robert Claringbold Served in Royal Berkshire Regiment, he fought and died for his country, sadly taken from us on 18/8/1916, gone but not forgotton

Submitted by: Patricia McGee

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William battle, Platoon commander, Home guard, Raf Kenley

William battle

Platoon commander, Home guard, Raf Kenley
My great grandfather, he was a very likeable character, had suffered the loss of his youngest 3 children out of 6 (TB) his nephew, P S Battle, and was killed while on duty at the Kenley waterworks 18th August, 1940 the day the battle of Britain began

Submitted by: Marcelle Williams

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Joseph Batty-Peirson, Royal Navy 1940 - 1946 Lieutenant RNVR, Air Defence Officer in HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH

Joseph Batty-Peirson

Royal Navy 1940 - 1946 Lieutenant RNVR, Air Defence Officer in HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH
My Dad served in HMS Queen Elizabeth, Flagship Eastern Fleet 1943 - 1945. His service commenced on New Year's Day 1941 in the Atlantic in HMS Broadwater. He never forgot the friends he lost. He passed away on 22nd September 2017 in his 99th year.

Submitted by: Bridget Davis

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Tom Spencer, Private 14571, 24th Manchester Battalion C Company 9 Platoon Oldham Pals

Tom Spencer

Private 14571, 24th Manchester Battalion C Company 9 Platoon Oldham Pals
My Great Grandfather Original Member of the Oldham Pals wounded during 1916 eventually returning home 1889 - 1969 (aged 80) Always remembered

Submitted by: Martin Gouldbourn

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Alfred France, Private

Alfred France

Private
In memory of Alfred France killed ww2. Laid to rest in War Grave Bolsena ,Lazio Italy. You will not be forgotten by the later generations of your family.

Submitted by: Jayne Taylor

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Alfred France, Private

Alfred France

Private
Killed in Italy WW2 ,laid to rest Balsena,Lazio Italy. We will not forget. Your nieces and nephews.

Submitted by: Jayne Taylor

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Frederick Soundy, Private, Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry

Frederick Soundy

Private, Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry
Died 21st September 1918 a POW in Germany. Family story was he died of hunger after giving his rations to starving German children.

Submitted by: David Collins

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John Frederick  Gutheridge, Rifleman

John Frederick Gutheridge

Rifleman
We will remember. Great great uncle 51987 Rifleman 72 Gladstone Street, Loughborough, Leicestershire, England 3 New Zealand (Rifle) Brigade, 4 Battalion, D Company Date of death: 7 January 1918 Killed in action

Submitted by: Ragnar Lothbrok

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Frederick Tomlinson, Lance Corporal - 53497

Frederick Tomlinson

Lance Corporal - 53497
My Great Uncle Fred who served in WW1, fought for his country in the Great War and died 27th August 1918 aged 22.

Submitted by: Steven Thompson

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charles william harber, Corporal Norfolk Regiment

charles william harber

Corporal Norfolk Regiment
Got D.C.M. in WW1 died1956

Submitted by: Chris Harber

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Edward Stokes Hatte, 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Irish Rifles [& Ceylon Planters]

Edward Stokes Hatte

2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Irish Rifles [& Ceylon Planters]
Eldest son of William Munday Hatte & Lucy. Brother to Frederick and also to sisters Myra, Constance -Eva, Ruth. Cousin of Louise, loved by Miriam . Studied Trinity Dublin and later science of tea-planting in Sri-Lanka. KIA 16.08.17 Frezenburg.

Submitted by: Clare Cambridge

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John Trevor Soundy, Warrant Officer, Royal Australian Air Force

John Trevor Soundy

Warrant Officer, Royal Australian Air Force
Killed 7th January 1943 while seconded to the 13th Bombardment Squadron USAAF. Flying a B25 from New Guinea.

Submitted by: David Collins

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