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Squadron Leader 37421 - 144 Squadron - RAF Hemswell
Son of Mr & Mrs Walter Rebbeck of Lockeridge, Wiltshire and husband of Mrs Betty Rebbeck (nee Corbett) Killed in Action - 17th August 1940 "Although we never knew you we will never forget your sacrifice"
Submitted by: Gordon Lewis
283rd Army Troop Company Royal Engineers
WW1 1915 to 1918, wounded in the mouth, suffered from shell shock and being gassed. Died by his own hand in December 1923. He may not be honoured as those who died. But he fought bravely along side them and lost his soul in the process.
Submitted by: Angela Armstrong
Captain William Francis MacAlevey of the Field Amulance R.A.M.C.
My uncle died on 27th. September, 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. As a medical student he served the Field Amulance of the R.A.M.C. He intended to finish his studies at St. Mary's Medical School after the war. R.I.P.
Submitted by: William MacAlevey
Rifleman, 15th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles
Fatally wounded on the first day of the Battle of the Somme he died 7 days later and was the 3rd brother of my grandmother's family to die in the Great War. He made the supreme sacrifice to protect future generations. We will remember them.
Submitted by: Laura Butler