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Gunnery, C.L. (Cedric Leopold)


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Tisdale, C. (Clement)

Here's to my great uncle Clement who died far too young
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Hirst, H. (Harold)

His sacrifice is remembered by the people of Ilkley, West Yorkshire, where he lived
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Chambers, P.W. (Percy Wilmot)

To my dear great uncle Percy, thank you for your courage and bravery.
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Appley, C.W. (Clarence Wasson)

My Great Uncle Clarence, an American who traveled to Canada, joined the RAF and died in France, where he now rests in Dury Crucifix Cemetery. Though you were Introduced to me long after your passing, I have come to know and respect you through your letters ...
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Towler, F.S.

Never forgotten. Thank you.
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Tucker, M.A. (Margery Annie)

A life cut short 100 years ago. 31.08.18 Remembering
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Van duzer, H.N. (Harry Norman)

Gave his life freely R.I.P
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Thorp, C.E. (Charles Evans)

Dear Uncle Charlie, I am your little sister's son. Thank you for all that you did 100 years ago. You will never be forgotten; Rest in Peace. X
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Fowler, A.C.G. (Alfred Charles Garrett)

To commemorate Great Uncle Garrie and his Handley Page O/400 crew--who died 100 years ago on Sept 20, 1918. He was a night-bomber pilot who died on the evening of September 20 on a mission to Frescaty Aerodrome with 215 Squadron and other aircraft of the Independent Force, RAF--his twenty-first mission and the first mission of his crew: observer 2/Lt CC Eaves and Gunlayer 2/Lt JS Ferguson
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Jones, J.W. (Joseph Wesson)

Shot down on this day with my great uncle Alexander John Mayo. Remembered with love and respect.
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Mayo, A.J. (Alexander John)

Alexander John "Jack" Mayo still remembered with love and pride by his family. Remembering too his brother William Charles Mayo who died 3 years to the day previously 9th August 1915 at Suvla Bay Gallipolli
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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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