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King's (Liverpool) Regiment. He was in WW1 from early 1915 and was in the 12th, 4th and 13th Battalions. Wounded at the Somme in September 1916 and Killed in Action in the 2nd Battle of Cambrai on the 8th October 1918. Never known - Never forgotten
Submitted by: David Richardson
The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment 6355158
In loving memory of our Father who fought in Italy (including Monte Cassino, Anzio, Salerno, San Marino etc) Thinking of you & missing you terribly, Barry, Adam, Sue & the rest of the family, especially little Louise xxx
Submitted by: Sue Bloomfield
Private, Prince of Wales Own Civil Service Rifles; 7th Platoon, B Coy, 15th City of London Regiment
'Rex' was a brave young man who died 14.10.15 in the Battle of Loos and has no known grave. He is recorded on the Loos memorial and is remembered with pride and admiration by his family in England, South Africa, Australia, NZ, Canada and USA.
Submitted by: Jennifer Taylor
Commander Royal Navy
In remembrance of my grandfather Commander Hugh E Raymond, Royal Navy, for the sinking of an enemy submarine in command of H.M.S. P-12 May 1917. He also commanded Nymphe & the destroyer Nessus. Recalled for service in WW2 for training duties.
Submitted by: Hugh Mitford Raymond
Royal Corps of Signals. Lance Corporal 2350614
Grateful thanks for someone who did return from the 'Forgotten 14th. Army' having served in Assam, Burma, Ceylon and India. Mentioned in Despatches "for gallant and distinguished services in Burma". "When you go home remember them....."
Submitted by: Malcolm Kirk
Private 2857 King Shropshire Light Infantry, 39518 Worcestershire Regiment
Harry Brown born Shrewsbury Shropshire killed in action on 13/10/1916 during the Battle of the Ancre Heights. Part of the Kings Shropshire Light Infantry, attached to the Royal Worcester Regiment. Aged 21. Commemorated on the Thiepval Monument.
Submitted by: Aileen Parry
Private in King's Shropshire Light Infrantry WW1
William Ernest Reynolds born 29th April 1896 Pedlars Rest Diddlebury Shropshire . Served with The King's Shropshire Light Infrantry in WW1 Died on 9th November 1917. Gone but not forgotten by your family
Submitted by: Debra Reynolds
RAF - Leading Aircraftman 808077
Died on active service while serving with 608 Sqdn. in Blida, Algeria on 23 May 1943 at the age of 30 and now resting in El Alia cemetery. Fondly remembered by his daughter Enid. Greater love hath no man than to lay down his life for others.
Submitted by: Malcolm Kirk
Sergeant, Northumberland Fusiliers, Sgt in the Middlsex HomeGuard
We are so very grateful. For evil to prevail it takes a good man to stand by and do nothing - thank God that there were many, many good men who did not stand by and do nothing.
Submitted by: Nina Hosking
Private Bernard T Ashman (Chummy) 1st/4th Bn., King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry who died on 19 April 1918 Age 22 Son of Charles and Amelia Rebecca Ashman Woodhouse Sheffield Died for his country sweetheart of Elizabeth Bramall in loving memory
Submitted by: Marie Gordon
Gunner Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
Served in WWII in Crete where he was taken POW & spent 3 years in StalagXVIIa in Germany/Austria ... He survived the War but died later as a result of treatment he received in the POW Camps.
Submitted by: CAROLE LAIRD