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1546111, Sgt. Williams, 78 Battery, 35 Light Anti-Aircraft, Royal Regiment of Artillery.
Taken prisoner at Singapore. Died in captivity on Balailie Island. The father that I never knew. Son Christopher and Grand-daughters Tamsin and Helen.
Submitted by: Chris Williams
Private 41873 8th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
My grandfather who died for his country in Belgium on 5th August 1917 aged 24, buried at Aeroplane Cemetery near Ypres. Formerly a Police Constable in the Dorset Constabulary he had only been married to my grandmother for 7 months when he died.
Submitted by: Susan Chitty
Norry Fowler, Private of the 1st world war, still missing in action. Dick Ellerbeck, HMS Warspite
Thank you for our tomorrow's Your candle is in my heart Always remembered grandad, for you and those who died serving with you on Warspite
Submitted by: Tony Baynham
Private, Middlesex Regiment
Served in WW1. He died on 5th November 1914, with two others as they saved a wounded man's life. He was a Great War hero who was dearly loved and sadly missed by all his family. Submitted by: Barbara (Bo) Smith
Submitted by: Barbara Smith
Kings Shropshire Light infantry, RSM
Great Uncle Joe served his country and was awarded the DCM for 'conspicuous gallantry' in the Battle of Hooge. He sadly died at the age of 23 years shortly after the end of the war of a war related illness. A war hero remembered by his family.
Submitted by: Tracy Bressington