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Ames, E.B. (Ernest Bernard)

Remembering Ernest and his sad loss. I am his cousin, and would welcome contact from any other family members.
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Carson, A.P. (Albert Page)

In memory of my great granduncle, tragically killed in an accident two months before the end of the war. In civilian life he was a builder. He was the husband of Elizabeth and father to Gladys, Bertha, Albert and Irene. ...
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Sanborn, W.R. (William Reginald)

Not forgotten.
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Wylie, A.L. (Alan Lindsay)

This is my Great Uncle. Brother of my Grandfather. My father - Alan Lindsay Wylie was named after him. My father also won the MC. My father fought in Burma. I am very proud of them both. My only regret I never knew about my Great Uncle and I would be very interested to find out how he won the MC
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McArdle, H.F. (Hugh Francis)


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Leventon, R.S. (Raymond Sylvester)

Remembered forever in the window of Mostyn House School chapel.
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Pollard, H.L. (Herbert Lawrence)


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Mackay, D.R.G. (Duncan Ronald Gordon "Jack")

Duncan Ronald Gordon "Jock" Mackay lead the first and only bomb-raid on the german city Bonn (Rhineland) during WW1 on October 31st 1918. I live in Bonn and published an article on that air-raid, recentlyOnly 11 days after this first bomb-raid on Bonn, ...
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Griffith, D.B. (Donovan Baldwin)

In grateful remembrance of the sacrifice made on our behalf
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Smith, H. (Henry)

We don't forget.
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Lyons, A.F. (Albert Frederick)

We owe you so much, rest in peace xxx
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Garbett, R.V. (Ronald Vivian)

Bless you, rest in peace, such a young, brave man x
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Pearce, E. (Emrys)

Remembering my Grand Uncle - Who I never got to meet
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Hyslop, N.S. (Ninian Steel)

Rest in Peace. You are remembered.
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Fleming, R.D. (Robert Dick)

Robert Dick Fleming will be remembered at the Remembrance Sunday service in Carmunnock Parish Church near Glasgow, one hundred years after his death in combat.
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Morris, L.B.F. (Lionel Bertram Frank)

Although only recently discovered, my brother (Adrian) and I are proud to have you as a member of our family. Brave men like you put the Great in Great Britain.
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Harrison, D.W. (Douglas William)

RIP
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Morris, L.B.F. (Lionel Bertram Frank)

In memory of a brave young man who I am proud to say was a cousin
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Mannock, E. (Edward 'Mick')

An inspiration to the men who faught in the skies of no mans land, he will never be forgotten.
"cannot the kingdom of salvation take me home?" ~ Cliff Burton
R.I.P Mick
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Villiers, H.L. (Harry Lister)

You were lost to the Skins for many years but now
proudly remembered as 'One of the Few'

Fare Thee Well
Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum
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