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Coldstream Guards 13285
The much loved eldest son of Joseph & Ellen Kendrick, 4 Queens Road, Sheffield. Brother to Clement Kendrick, Signal Boy, who died in 1915. A quiet and reserved man who never recovered after the War and died a young man. With great pride and love.
Submitted by: Emma Knights
Private Neary, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
He died for freedom and honour. His body lies in Delville Wood, Longueval, France, but his spirit lives on in Ireland.We will never forget him, RIP Andrew Neary, known to all the family as Cloaky, the guardian of Cullane, Swinford, County Mayo. Eire.
Submitted by: Sharon Baxter
9th Bn, London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles) - Service No.3597 - Rifleman
Larry was the eldest child of 8, my father John Roger being the youngest.After training at Crowborough the 1/9th Bn sailed for France on the 4 Nov 1914, he died on the 4 Sept 1915 aged 19. Although not known to us he is forever in our thoughts.
Submitted by: John Swann
9th Bn Kings Royal Rifles Corp. Died 9th April 1917 Age 26. Son of Charles Denton and Edith Frances Leech (nee Benham). He served his country and made the ultimate sacrifice. A plaque is displayed in Bury St Edmunds Cathedrial . Always remembered
Submitted by: Lorraine Benham
Private No. 2714928, 1st Battalion Irish Guards.
Served in Irish Guards 1919 - 1926, serving in Constantinople 1922 - 1923. A grand uncle greatly admired and remembered by all the Connolly family and all your relations, you are not forgotten.
Submitted by: John Connolly
“Highland Memory is long For Highland Memory is strong.” With pride in our Highland Hearts we remember our Great Uncle George Ross. George was killed in action on the 26/03/1918 , “To live in the hearts of those we leave behind, is not to die”
Submitted by: Lorraine Whiteman