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Cremetti, M.A.E. (Max Arthur Eugene)


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Stacey, J.R. (John Randolph)

In memory of Lt. John Randolph Stacey, 85 Squadron RAF, late of the 114th and 107th Battalions, Canadian Expeditionary Force. A warrior of the Mohawks of Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada. One of more than four thousand status Indian registered band members from Canada who served in the forces of Canada and the British Empire during the Great War. ...
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Trollip, D.P. (Douglas Price)

2nd Lt. Douglas Price Trollip was pilot to my great uncle, observer Lt. James David Moses, a Canadian Indian (First Nations). The two were reported missing, later confirmed killed, on the first day of the RAF's operational existence on 1 April 1918. ...
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Moses, J.D. (James David)

With solemn pride and in memory of Lt. James David Moses, air gunner and observer, 57 Squadron, RFC/RAF. A warrior of the Six Nations Confederacy of Iroquois & AIlied Indians from Canada, who fell in the service of the Royal Air Force on the first day of its operational existence, 1 April 1918. ...
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Cotton, W.M.V. (William Martin Vernon)

Bhasvic remembers you, William. Thank you for your sacrifice.
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Campbell, J.S. (John Santiago)

Remembered with pride and respect by the present staff and pupils of Trinity School Carlisle formerly Carlisle Grammar School. JS Campbell was a former pupil 1904-7.
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Ward, A.R. (Andrew Rushworth)

Thank you. M x
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Whiting, J.O. (James Oliver)

Remembered by your present-day colleagues in the Civil Service.
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O'Longan, P.C.S. (Paul Charles Stacpoole)

You live on through your remarkable poetry.
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Lavarack, P.J.V. (Philip James Vaughan)

Remembered by your present-day colleagues in the Civil Service.
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Binns, J.H. (John Houghton)

This is from your niece my father was you half brother you were never forgotten rest in peace.
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Shearer, G.D.R. (Gordon Dargai Ross)

Rest In Peace Gordon, your life was cut way too short. You were recently remembered by my mother, my cousin and myself.
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Whitfield, N.B.

Respect to Mr. Whitfield
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Maule, E.B. (Edward Barry)

I visited Hooge-Crater cemetery on the 15.12.17, and was truly moved. Never had I seen a RFC grave with the RAF crest upon it until then - as an Air Cadet I am truly moved by the story of how he was lost and therefore wish to dedicate this poppy to him.
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De ross, A.G.S. (Adam Gower Sutherland)

In Memory of this young man who played for St Kilda Football club in 1909 in Melbourne, Australia
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Whitfield, N.B.


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Venables, A.E. (Alfred Ernest)

Thank you for your sacrifice.
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Whitfield, E. (Ernest)

To mr. Whitfield
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Whitfield, N.B.

In memory and with deepest respect
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Gordon, A.W. (Albert William)

Albert Gordon was born near here at Thames, New Zealand. He was the first New Zealand trained airman to die in WW1. His commending officer or at least the officer flying with him on the day he was shot down wrote a letter to his parents in Thames. ...
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