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Private no 36167 19th Battalion of Lancashire Fusiliers, killed 1 Jul 1916
We never knew you but your family will never forget the sacrifice you made. Your body was never found but you are commemorated forever on the Thiepval Monument.
Submitted by: Janet hetherington
Famous Champion Fighters in the Great War (1914 – 1918)
I have an old photo showing, Famous Champion Fighters in the Great War (1914 – 1918) Billy Wells, Pat O’Keeffe, Johnny Bashane, Dick Smith, OJimmy Wilde, Capt Logan, Jim Driscoll Does anyone know them?
Submitted by: david lesslie
Sapper, Royal Engineers
Fought throughout WWI and died three months before the armistice. He was a brave young man and is highly respected by all his family. He and all the others died to create a better world for all humanity. God rest his soul.
Submitted by: Caroline Wilson
ATS ACK-ACK WW11. Born 1924 - 01/08/2016
Mum was 17 when she joined up. She was in London during the Blitz & Foulness Island one Xmas. She was very proud when she received her Veterans badge at 85. She loved to talk about those days & said they were the best years of her life! I Miss her
Submitted by: Jay Johnson
2nd Lt. KRRC -16th Battalion - Machine Gun Commander
In April 1917, Grandpa Hills left his senior position at a Bank in London, his wife and 20mth old baby (our mother) to help defend our freedom. 80 days later he was in the British War Cemetry, Croissilles, N.France. Always proudly remembered .
Submitted by: Suz Mathers
Lieutenant 2nd (Glamorgan) Company Royal Engineers
Fought in WW1, died on 5 August 1916 at the age of 25, son of James and Emma Turner of Tygwyn Cardiff. Buried at Harbarcq Communal Cemetery Extension Pas de Calais France. Gone but not forgotten
Submitted by: Sheelagh Hope