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Franklin, R.V. (Robert Vernon)

This Wednesday members of the local Returned Soldiers club Gawler s.a. 5118 gathered for the presentation of a french honor Legion d'honneur to William Archer by Wing Commander Michael Reidy. This is another of Gawler's citizen who received the ...
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Lawledge, F.M. (Francis Matt)

Forever in our thoughts
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Hearn, E.T.H. (Edward Thomas Hills)

I wear a "Passchendaele 100" Poppy Pin (from The Royal British Legion 'Every Man Remembered' commemoration), to remember 2nd/Lt Hearn. He died on the 11th Sept 1917, (aged 27), after mistaking the direction of the wind in his De Havilland DH4He attempted ...
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Bibby, J.R.D. (John Richard D.)

A pilot who died as did many in pioneering new flying techniques, in this case torpedo bombing.
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Barnes, A. (Alan)

Ex Colchester Grammar school boy. To be featured in CRGS book of 1WW war dead. Alan was Researched by Mike Green. Died aged 19 on 26-9-18 RAF 5th Squadron. Lest we forget.
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Hughes, H. (Harold)

Pilot of RE8 Crash landed on 11-4-18 at Proven Airfield with his observer WH King also killed. Side slipped into ground and bombs on board exploded. Harold 20 and William 24 years of age. Buried together at Mendinghem cemjust outside Poperinghe ...
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Lloyd, R.S. (Richard Serjeantson)

still remembered by your family
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Winkley, S.H. (Stanley Hugh)

Thame Remembers you Stanley Hugh Winkley, and all other servicemen from Lord Williams Grammar School who made the ultimate sacrifice in all wars
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Rutley, H.T.

We will forever be indebted to the bravery and ultimate sacrifice you and so many others made to keep us safe.
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Abbott, E.R.


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Smart, G.O. (George Orme)

For a brave man.
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Dunn, R. (Reuel)

Gone but not forgotten
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Dunn, R. (Reuel)

Remembering you today 100 years on, as I do each and every day.

God bless xx
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Walker, J.H. (James Hope)

To commemorate the centenary of his death, I have posted what I know about my Great-Uncle, James Hope Walker, with photos and documents, etc, at https://afamilyhistoryblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/15/james-hope-walker-rfc-1896-1917/ .
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Wraight, L.C.

In memory of a cousin, never met but will never be forgotten.
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McLaren, F.W.S. (Francis Walter Stafford, The Hon.)

In Memoriam.
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Anderson, P.A. (Patrick Alexander)

To our uncle Patrick Alexander Anderson, who died aged only 18 learning to fly a Sopwith Pup in the Royal Flying Corps, 1917.
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Bayly, C.G.G. (Charles George Gordon)

The sacrifices that you and your allies made were incredable, I only hope that one day we will live in a peacefull and just world and so prove them not to have been in vain.
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Mottershead, T. (Thomas)

"Heroism is not only in the man but in the occasion"
President Calvin Coolidge
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Turk, H.H. (Herbert Henry)

In memory of a fallen forebear and inspiration.
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