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CORPORAL, 9th Royal Fusiliers DoD: 9th May 1943 Served in Africa with the 8th Army.
Sidney was awarded and Decorated with Stars- 1939/1945, and the Africa 8th Army medals - Defence, 39/45 war. Killed in action and buried at Enfidaville War Cemetery. He'll never be forgotten and always in our hearts and missed forever by his family.
Submitted by: Lawrence Rush
Corporal, 2nd Batt. RIrFus
11055 BUCKLEY, Cpl Joe enlisted in 1912 at 16 with the 2nd Batt. RIrFus. He was in the retreat from Mons& wounded. Wounded again at Armentieres, & in hospital for a while before Xmas1914. Was wounded on18/03/15, hit again on10/05, he DoW that day.
Submitted by: Alan Buckley
: Service Number - 4282 :Rank: Private 10 Infantry Battalion - 13 to 23 Reinf
To my cousin that I never knew 'They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them'
Submitted by: Jeff Hill
Royal Navy Steward E/LX22995.
In memory of my uncle Lawrence Mallia left home in Malta for the WW2 and never returned back home left in sorrow his mum Katrina his dad Anthony 6 brothers and 1 sister and many nephews and nieces . Submitted by : Ray Mallia.
Submitted by: Raymond Mallia
RSM 2nd Bn, Somerset Light Infantry, Regimental/Service No’s 9130 / 5663466
Served in India from 1909 to 1933 From 1925 he trained troops from the Bombay Grenadiers & BBCIR REGT. Served his Country for 24 Years Returned Home in 1949 Passed away 10 Jan 1953 The Grandad I never met, but who I am immensely proud of.
Submitted by: Richard Stubley
Private, No.31896, "A" Coy, 2Bn PoWV [South Lancs Regt]
My Grand Uncle on my Father's side was lost on The Sherpenberg during the Battle of Lys on 29 Apr 1918, and his body was never found. He is commemorated at Tyne Cot where I found it on a visit in August.
Submitted by: Michael Dodd
Joined RCAF.Flew as Navigator 33 missions summer of 1944. Flew on Lancaster QRN ED 860 a century Lancaster out of 5 Group 61 Squadron, Skellingthorpe. Discharged honorably and went on to become excellent teacher. Passed away at age 79 on Feb 6/2000.
Submitted by: Curfew James
Lieutenant 9th Service Battalion, Nott's and Derbyshire Regiment
Phil served for 4 years in WW1. He was promoted to second Lt. after attending officer training school at Christ College Cambridge He was KIA in June 15 1918 leaving a CO. trench meeting. He was acting CO of C Company. We will never forget
Submitted by: Jeffrey Schur
Born 8 July 1872. 1914 - 1915 Captain in the Queen Charlotte Brigade Berkshire Regiment. Killed on 13 Oct 1915 at the Battle on Loos, no known Grave. Memorial - Loos-en-Gohelle, Departement du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France.
Submitted by: Antony Mount