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Great uncle luke who could not keep his head down bless you and thank you . For giving me the freedom we have today. Bless you all that gave your lives for us to have our today's. All our love always. Michael Catherine Julia x Anthony xxxx
Submitted by: Cate Morey
Private - East Lancs Regiment
Wilfrid died on 3rd Dec1917 near Broodseinde,Ypres, and is buried at the Dochy Road Cemetery. We have only just learned of your story but your family will always remember you, with love and gratitude xx
Submitted by: Jo Laurie
9th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment (Private)
My Uncle Ethelbert known by the family as Sonny. Killed in action WW1, British Expeditionary Force on 23rd March 1916. Buried at Ration Farm (La Plus Douve) Annexe, Ploegsteert. Always loved by the family.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Gorringe
not sure (served up to through to Arras where he was killed)
You was my Fathers youngest brother. You went through 1914 to 1917 sending emotional letters home, relating horrors of your experience, Killed a few months before war ended at Arras. leaving your family in despair. You are a legend for them.
Submitted by: Peter Burles
Corporal 28 th Army Brigade
Taken prisoner at Singapore escaped and joined the 14 Army Brigade in their invasion of Burma. He returned raised a family (six children) worked hard and died after reaching ninety years of age ( hard life never kill any body)
Submitted by: John Parkinson
Lance Corporal/The Hampshire Regiment
You served your country in WW2. You fought and died (29) as a war hero. Your family is so very proud of you. I know you were very much missed by your brother Ronald. Thank you. Ye angels From the stars come down And bear your soul away.
Submitted by: Lynn Walker
Sergeant - Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Died during the battle of Passchendaele on 7th Sept 1917, buried at Ypres in the Oxford Road Cemetery. His family will always remember him, and his story told to future generations. With love and gratitude xx
Submitted by: Jo Laurie
Private, Royal Irish Rifles
Served in WW1. Died on 13/12/1917 of wounds. My grandfather never spoke of his brother Albert who lied about his age and enlisted. I imagine he had an adventurous spirit. He will be remembered that way by me. R.I.P. Great Uncle Albert.
Submitted by: Linda Ross