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Private Northumberland Fusiliers
For my Grand-father Captured in Flanders 12th April 1918 and held at Limburg POW camp until the end of the war. Previously with the ASC enlisting on 6th March 1916. Became a Ministry policeman for 2nd World War stationed in Hereford.
Submitted by: David Daw
Captain William Francis MacAlevey of the Field Amulance R.A.M.C.
My uncle William was killed in action during the Battle of the Somme on 27th. September, 1916. It is his 100th anniversary year. He served in the R.A.M.C. and expected to finish his medical studies at St. Mary's Medical School after the war. R.I.P.
Submitted by: William MacAlevey
ACH FLIGHT MECHANIC / Aircraftman AC1 + AC2
My Grandad - Edinburgh 8R & DC, then 4 ( C ) OTW, 5 / 5 of T.T, 1667 Conversion Unit at 2 RAF Based in Lincolnshire, 55 Base, East Kirby, Dunkeswell + 102 Dispatch Centre for De - Mob, Underneath - Notes ' Dreft Aachen - In 2010 died of Dementia
Submitted by: Julie Bell
Women's Home Guard Auxiliary
Dear Mum Although the War Office officially thanked you for your efforts - there are no medals for you and your colleagues and the terrible time you went through during World World Two. We won't forget. Karen x
Submitted by: Karen White
In memory of my uncle Sgt (Air Gunner) Norris Mervyn Harrison (killed age 19). RAF 76 Squadron Bomber Command. Halifax III LK789 (MP-L) was shot down by an intruder on return from operations to Karlsruhe 25th April 1944.
Submitted by: Michael Harrison
Corporal,10th battalion Sherwood Foresters
Went to France in ww1 received military medal for bravery in the trenches,vwas injured on 3ocassions and was killed in action in1918 . We will treasure his memory,and remember him . From his nephew Kieth Alton and family.
Submitted by: Kaye Walters