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Maisey, B.J. (Bertie Joseph)

Bertie Maisey was my great uncle and I am forever grateful for his and others brave sacrifice in our name.
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Burlton, A.V. (Arthur Vivian)

Our thought's are always with you
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Brown, C.D. (Charles David)

No one may remember you now but you are now a part of my family story even though we are not related. R.I.P.
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Newby, W. (William)

En mémoire pour le centenaire de la bataille du canal(écluse du Bois de l'Abbaye)à
Rejet de Beaulieu.
Nous ne vous oublions pas.
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Saville, R. (Robert)

Lest we forget

Saville is my maiden name
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Waite, L.P. (Lawrence Phelps)

Lest we forget
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Waite, A.R.

Lest we forget
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Mannock, E. (Edward 'Mick')

“He was not only the outstanding pilot of World War One but a man in the full sense of word, much older than he should have been for the stresses he bore, a warm, lovable individual, of many moods and characteristics, and I will always salute ...
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Shield, F.L.

Forever remembered
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Abbatt, E.L. (Edward Leslie)

Words can't begin to express how thankful the world and myself are to you for your service. Your a true hero. Thank You
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Parry, S. (Samuel)


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Langrishe, H.R. (Hercules Ralph, 5th Baronet of Knocktopher Abbey)

In memory of Hercules 'Heck' Langrishe, son of the 5th Baronet of Knocktopher Abbey, who sadly did not live long enough to inherit the title.
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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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