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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

Words can't convey what your heroic actions then meant, and still mean, to the country you loved. We will remember you!
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Morton, M.C. (Matthew Charles)

Remembering an extremely brave soldier and a dedicated airman. So proud to call him my relative. R.I.P. dear man.
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Vine, H.C.L. (Henry Charles Land)

One of the 305 men named on the Board of Trade War Memorial now at Caxton House, London. More information, here: https://boardoftradewarmemorial.wordpress.com/
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Kellett, W. (William)

Remembered on the war memorial at St Georges church, Leeds
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

Norman Roy Joyce one of three sons of William Henry Joyce (my great uncle) who served in the 1914-1918 war and one of the two who did not return. We thank you for your bravery and honour you for the ultimate sacrifice you made in defending our freedom.
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

1st April 1918, in Rifle Wood (between Moreuil an Thennes) soldiers of the Canadian Cavalry Brigade and Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars repulsed the Germans. They were helped by many planes, among them was Joyce Norman RoyHis plane crashed very close ...
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

Norman Roy Joyce one of three sons of William Henry Joyce (my 3x great uncle) who served in the 1914-1918 war and one of the two who did not return. We thank you for your bravery and honour you for the ultimate sacrifice you made in defending our ...
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

Another young man who fought to preserve the freedom in which I now live. Not forgotten - thank you, Norman.
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Atha, L.E. (Leonard Edward)

My great uncle, my grandmother's brother whose death was mourned along with so many other great brave men. May your wings be flying with the angels forever. x ...
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

you will always be remembered now our daughter has found you. Thank you for all your bravery daring exploits in the plane and gallantry for country and us .So glad to know a hero in the family
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

What a brave young man! His memory lives on in these tributes.
With heartfelt thanks for serving so valiantly so we future generations could have a good life and enjoy the freedom from the many sacrifices willingly given by young men such as Norman.
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Crichton, W. (William)

Remembered again by his family
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Morton, M.C. (Matthew Charles)

Remembering our Great Uncle - 2Lt Matthew Charles Morton DCM - of the Artillery & Cooperation School, Worthy Down, who lost his life on Salisbury Plain on 5th April 1918, aged just 24, following a fatal spin while flying an RE8. ...
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

Thanks Norman Roy Joyce for your contribution to the war effort. Rest assured that your memory lives.
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

2nd Lt Norman Roy Joyce was one of three brothers who left for the Great War in 1916. Two did not return. Norman was killed in action on 1 April 1918. Rest in Peace, we will not forget.
Nan Bosler, Frederick Meredith Descendants Group, Sunday, 1 April 2018.
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Joyce, N.R. (Norman Roy)

2nd Lt Norman Roy Joyce, a 22 y.o. from Neutral Bay, Sydney, left Bertangles air base, northeast of Amiens, France for reconnaissance on 1 April. He did not return. He trained in England with the Royal Flying Corps and joined the 23rd Squadron in January, flying French SPAD S-XIIIs. ...
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Whittaker, F.P. (Fred Poulton)

Remembering you Fred with love from Susan Greenwood and Maggie Flounders.
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Bush, R.E. (Richard Eldon)

My Great Uncle...a Brave man.
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Hay, J.M. (John Mathews)

Remembering Gt grand uncle John Mathews Hay 100 years ago today set out on a mission from which he never returned. His memory lives on.
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Robertson, J.H. (John Henry)

A brave and gallant officer.
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