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L/C, 15th Bat' Highland Light Infantry, Glasgow Transport Div'
My Grandad Davie Stevenson, survived the Somme & Ypres in WW1, Back to Kilwinning, he went on to use his heavy Black Watch kilt as a foot warmer at the end of his bed till 1977. Priceless Thanks 'auld yin' you were different class and so brave.
Submitted by: Brian Stevenson
1915 to 1916 loyal Lancashire regiment
Your not lost or forgotten You never will be, I'm your youngest sister who was born after you passed you never knew me but I now have the pleasure and honour of knowing you.im proud that your my brother ??
Submitted by: Julia Mitcham
921243 Royal Artillery (4th Durham Survey Regiment)
In honour of a Desert Rat and D-Day veteran who served with distinction. Gone now but time does not weary his contribution to the freedom we enjoy today. We will not forget: we must not forget. We will remember him. And we give thanks.
Submitted by: Ian Gunn
286 Park Unit ( 6th Para ) driver
Cyril was trained to land at Pegasus Bridge on 6th June 1944.He survived the glider landings,but was killed on June 20th while setting up a field camp.He was 23 years old and buried at Ranville Cemetary.
Submitted by: Hans Hanagarth
Gordon Highlanders 5th Battalion / Private
In memory of my Gt-Gt-Uncle Alexander Born – 28th July 1893, New Aberdour, Aberdeenshire. Died – 2nd June 1915, of wounds received in Battle of Festubert, France. Buried at British Military Cemetery, Chocques, Pas-De-Calais, France
Submitted by: BRUCE STEPHEN