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Private A.I.F 12th Batalion
George Cairncross born in Scotland 30 November 1885. He moved to Australia. Signing up for service in 1916 training at Blackboy Hill camp. Left for the front November 1916. Killed in action 6 October 1917 near Ypres. Always remembered. R.I.P.
Submitted by: norah glaus
Gunner 102692 Royal Garrison Artillery
1885-1917 from Aberystwyth. Son of Samuel & Emma Bluck & my grandmother's brother. Died 25.06.17 near Ypres rescuing wounded comrades. Buried in Vlamartinghe New British Cemetery, Belgium. Gone but not forgotten. Grave with niece & great niece.
Submitted by: Olive Broadfield
Rifleman, Service No. 62, 16th Bn, Royal Irish Rifles
George died on the 16th April 1918 aged 24. He was the son of John and Jane McClure, of Hillsborough, county Down, N. I George was laid to rest in CANADA FARM CEMETERY ref IV. A. 35. WE WILL REMEMBER
Submitted by: Robert removed
Private .Duke of Wellington's (wear riding) Regiment
Private. Duke of Wellingtons(West Riding) served in ww1. Gave his life for his country in Flanders Aug 8 1917.Buried Dozinghem Military Cemetery Poperinge West Flanders Belgium. R I P Basil
Submitted by: Wendy Mills
Private, Machine Gun Corps
Gabriel served in France during WW1 and in 1920 he died from the effects of gas. He had just married. He was deeply loved and missed by his wife Gertrude, his parents Nathan and Rebecca and his siblings. A good man.
Submitted by: Margaret Fullarton
Capt.Vishwasrao is my grandfather.I am proud of him..He had acheived so many awards while he was in Army. And after his retirement he dedicated his life for our village. He was the born social worker .He is my God. I salute him
Submitted by: Pratibha Kadam
WW1 Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corp. 109246. Born Portugal. Died 6-March 1943 North Africa.
Frederick Augustus Norton Served in North Africa. Buried Medjez-El-Bab War Cemetery. Plot 4A.10. He gave his all that we might be free.
Submitted by: Joan Harrison
Nursing Sister Kate Shrigley 1st British Field Hospital Serbia.Distinguished Conduct Medal.
Sister.Kate Shrigley 1882-1983. Served in the British Army Field Hospital in Serbia until 1920. Married 1921 to William Garrod in Poona, India.
Submitted by: Joan Harrison
Flight Sergeant/Wireless Air Operater/Rear Bomber
21st April 1943, 1am, NorthWest Germany My Grandfather, Flight Sergeant J Jack Warnes, 218 regiment, Downham Market, Never Returned, Too His Country, That He Proudly Died For
Submitted by: Sarah-Louise Furnival
Ambulance driver with Royal Army Service Corps (Polish Army Division)
He travelled to Persia, Post Eden in India, Port Saeed in Egypt, Palestine and Italy, While in Palestine he drove first company?s truck. Just a few trucks were provided for the Army to travel to Palestine, and Cairo and Alexandria in Egypt.
Submitted by: Bill Young
40821 - Private / 18th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment ( Prince of Wales Own) 2nd Bradford Pals
Served in WW1 with the West Yorkshire Reg,was killed in action on the 1st March 1917 and is buried at Euston Road Cemetery, Colincamps, France. My Grandfather whom I never knew will always be remembered with love and pride Grandaughter Patricia
Submitted by: Patricia Betts
Black Watch Royal Highlanders S/3948
Young and full of life, too young to die. Son of Nathan and Davina Whitehead, Lanark, Scotland. Served WW1. Killed 9 May 1915, France. Aged 18. Memory Cherished by Whitehead and McKenzie Family
Submitted by: Amanda Camilleri