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on 04/08/2014 at 09:01

Many thanks for sharing this web page.I have been working on my Grandpa's Sqdn database with 44 Sqdn and to find photo's and info from yuor page has really helped me.
on 04/08/2014 at 06:47

Thank you so much for this site. My son, who is 14, is the 3rd generation to visit Great Uncle Albert's grave at Pond Farm. It is a beautiful, peaceful location.
on 04/08/2014 at 06:07

Today marks 100 years that WW1 began. God bless each and everyone of all our brave men and women from all over The Common wealth whom bravely gave their life.
Our Hearts are joined as one, to remember the sacrifices you made.
We will not forget.

Dawn x
on 04/08/2014 at 02:32

Clarence fought in the Boer War and WW1 lost but not forgotten remembered 23/04 Great nephew Roderick Hilzinger
on 04/08/2014 at 00:18

I have in my possession a photo of the old grave of REGINALD SCHOLLICK which was taken on the 12/01/1919. Plot 2, Row D No, 25
Passed away 04/09/1916. Parents: MARY ELIZABETH SCHOLLICK AND ALFRED SCHOLLICK, 10 Salisbury Road, Wavertree, Liverpool. I would love to give the photo (presume taken by my grandfather) to his family. Please contact me.
on 03/08/2014 at 22:07

What a brilliant website - thank you so much for providing it.
on 03/08/2014 at 20:46

In everlasting loving memory of Lance Corporal T Harry Bradshaw, 10th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment who died 10th June 1917.
Tina E Kidger - for my mother Annie nee Styler.
on 02/08/2014 at 15:29

Thank you for keeping the names of the war dead at Terlincthun alive. Little is heard about this cemetery. My uncle, Michael Patrick Devlin, 2nd battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers is buried there. Died as a P.O.W. on 4th December 1918 which I find so poignant. He might have made it home. What happened to him, what he died from - wounds, disease, I don't know!!! He must have been on the Western Front. If anybody knows anything I'd like to know.
on 02/08/2014 at 07:36

I was born in 1933 so I never knew Charles but in May's later years I looked after her and she often talked about him and how he had been killed on the Somme. As it is the 100th Anniversary of the start of the First World War tomorrow I would just like to say that he is not forgotten.

As the song goes 'when will we ever learn'.
on 02/08/2014 at 05:13

For my great uncle James Morrison who died at Vimy Ridge, April 1917 in the arms of his father. Rest in peace.
on 01/08/2014 at 18:19

in 1999 we found our granddad had a grave in Eustan Road cemetery Colin Camp.he died on the 1.7.1916.he left a wife & six children 3 boys & 3 girls,we organised a trip to visit the grave ,there were 5 going to start with but it ended with 10 going ,what a moving trip this was,to think he had been there all that time and we didn't know,five of us were his granddaughters & one great granddaughter the others were our husbands,we are all getting older so I don't think we will go again so god bless him CPR J Glynn. Irish but he lived in Barnsley Sth Yorkshire.
on 31/07/2014 at 14:38

Died 30/09/1918 aged 19.


From the Walker family.
on 31/07/2014 at 08:27

My husband and I plus our two boys visited the grave of Reginald A.Tillcock (died 28.6.17.) last weekend at Belgian Battery Corner - He was my Gt. Uncle. We left a poppy/cross -nothing could prepare us for the overwhelming feeling of being in a place where he and his comrades were buried. We also visited the Flanders Museum and the Menin Gate.
You are still remembered dear Reginald.
on 30/07/2014 at 18:31

In loving memory of my grandad Henry Charles Walters, who died on
31st March 1918 aged 41.
May you rest in peace x
on 28/07/2014 at 20:24

My father, Douglas Harrington, has been researching the death of his cousin whose aircraft was shot down over France and he is buried in Noyers-le-Val Cemetery - John Alan Richards. On your website is a photograph that my father would dearly like to have a print of - the gravesite of his cousin and his aircrew. Can that be arranged, please?
on 27/07/2014 at 15:03

I visited my great uncles war grave in 1980 Lance corporal James Acton at Chercq Belgium but I have only read today the action that lead to his passing in 1940. As an ex serviceman myself I cannot comprehend the bravery of these men in this rear guard action to Dunkirk. Obviously I never knew him but I am now so proud to share his surname RIP James.
on 27/07/2014 at 09:58

Pte 52372 H Binns, Kingsman of Liverpool was my maternal Great Grand-Father. My late Grandmother's only memory of her father was when she, along with her elder brother John and my Great Grandmother Mary, waved him off from Liverpool Lime St Station. She never knew where nor how he had fallen.
To "celebrate" my Grandmother's 75th birthday, we were able to locate his resting place via the Wargraves Commission and myself, my Mother and step-father took her to finally see her Dad's final resting place. It was the first time she had even left British shores.
We are now just one of millions of families who are custodians of memories so powerful and so all-consuming, having traced and visited long lost loved ones in this way.
To say it was over-whelming, to watch from a discreet distance as my 'Nan' produced a poppy from her pocket to place against his headstone, while talking softly and longingly to her Dad after all those years, is to hugely understate things.
Sadly, Nan had lost her elder brother in the 1970's, but I like to think that he looked upon us that day with the same mixture of sadness and pride that we shared.
My work has allowed me to visit the grave several times since, while driving around the French / Belgian border anf that the cemetary is so impeccably maintained is a testament to the gratitude still felt by local people.
I still do not know the circumstances of my Great Grand-Father's death. That he is remembered by a marked grave reassures me that, whatever the circumstances, he was recovered from the field of battle and buried with his comrades with the respect and dignity due to them all.
If anybody is able to provide any anecdotal or recorded history of the action seen around Bertrancourt in the Novemeber of 1916, I and my family would be eternally grateeful.
Neil Jones
on 27/07/2014 at 08:28

To my devout memory of my uncle Ernest Harry Richards 2nd Lt., 21st Battn., Manchester Regt. He was killed in battle near Arras (Somme) on 2nd April 1917. I hope to visit Crosilles where he is buried on the 100th Anniversery. R.I.P.
on 26/07/2014 at 15:35

I am looking for soldiers families dead in 1944 (24th june) buried in LEULINGHEM communal cemetery.

United Kingdom Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) Royal Air Force 617 Sqdn. Age: 29 Date of Death: 24/06/1944 Service No: 51120

United Kingdom Flight Sergeant (Air Gnr.) Royal Air Force 617 Sqdn. Age: 22 Date of Death: 24/06/1944 Service No: 634050

Canadian Pilot Officer (Air Gnr.) Royal Canadian Air Force 617 (R.A.F.) Sqdn. Date of Death: 24/06/1944 Service No: J/87215

thanks in advance
on 25/07/2014 at 20:20

In memory of my great granddad, Harry Appleby who died at the Aisne Heights on 12th Sept 1914. leaving behind his wife Edith and small daughter Phyllis,my Nan. he has no known grave
on 24/07/2014 at 22:35

To: Karin Thompson.

Thank you very much.

Please use n_smith62( at sign)yahoo.ie

I visited his grave last year and left a cross with all the names of his descendants.
on 22/07/2014 at 16:16

In memory of my great uncle J H CHATTER United Kingdom Private 15098 Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 01/05/1916 Age: 18 III. G. 8.

Fast approaching 100 years since you gave you life so that others could live theirs. R.I.P.
on 21/07/2014 at 13:10

In memory of my great uncle, Arthur Edward Kirby, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Killed at the 2nd Battle of Ypres 1915, remembered eternally on the Menin Gate.

In memory of my great grandfather, Sergeant Walter Charles Wallington, RASC. Fought in the Great War. Died 1918. Buried at Tournai Military cemetery.

Also remembering Lieutenant Charles Thomas Wallington. Killed in action in the defence of Hong Kong. December 1941.

In defence of Britain. Always remembered.
on 19/07/2014 at 15:27

In loving memory of my Great Uncle Nathan Thomas Alfred Denyer. We did not know you existed until recently. Your older brother Frederick William Smith was sent o Canada in 1907 as a British Home Child with Barnardos. I will be visiting Hove and your grave next year. Sleep well and thank you for your good deeds.
on 19/07/2014 at 08:14

In memory of Joseph Benjamin Windust my mothers uncle. Buried at Haspres Coppice cemetery in France who died at the age of 18yrs on 20th October 1918 just before the end of the war.
We must not forget the price they paid. I am taking my grandchildren there to pay our respects this summer.
on 17/07/2014 at 14:34

This memorial message is submitted on behalf of myself and my father, Charles Maynard Cox, brother of George Lambert Cox, who was killed in battle, March, 1915. "Your family honors your sacrifice and holds close your memories of home. Rest in His arms, Dear George."
on 16/07/2014 at 23:40

In memory of my great uncle, George Lambert Cox, born in Yorkley Slade, Gloucestershire, March 18, 1891 and died in battle March 28, 1915. I never had the chance to meet you, but recollections of you have been handed down for 3 generations now and you are in your family's thoughts, especially at this 100th anniversary of WWI.
on 15/07/2014 at 23:13

My daughter in law found my uncles grave at Le Grand Hasard Cemetery in Morbeque about 7yrs ago. My son took us to visit it and it was an emotional experience. Uncle Sid (sidney james dobson) was my late mothers brother and my grandma talked about him to us when we wereákids and had a big photo of his grave on her wall. Then it was a wooden cross but now has a headstone. They would have been so proud finally a family member had visited. Oh that they had been able.to do it. We have just returned from a 5day coach trip to the Great War Cemeteries, a truly moving and humbling experience . Uncle Sid died 29th July 1917. May he rest in peace. With grateful thanks to all the victims of WW1 and W W2
on 15/07/2014 at 22:04

my great uncle, Harold wilkison 2nd bn king's ownl Yorkshire light infantry died july 14 1917. never found.
always remembered. rest in peace and god bless.
on 15/07/2014 at 20:10

Thanks for this website. My great grandfather mercantile Capt. George Webber is listed on the Beaumont Hamel monument, his schooner was sunk by the Germans in early 1915 in the Mediterranean. His son Hubert is also listed, died in 1918 in battle. My dad was named after his uncle Hubert.
Thanks again... it took me a while to find out what happened to these men.
on 12/07/2014 at 19:37

Elijah Bithell buried in BLANDAIN Communal Cemetery was killed on May20th 1940. He was with the Royal Artillery and came from Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire . He was my mother's fiance and after his death she never went out until dragged out by her older sister in December 1944 when she met my father. They married after 3 months ( wartime) and I was born 12 months later! She never talked about Elijah and incredibly I went to school with her niece who innocently shocked me, ( we were both 10 years old) by saying that my mother was once engaged to her uncle. My mother's maiden name was Elsie Jeffries.
on 11/07/2014 at 22:56

I have just discovered this site through a new and wonderful friend. He pointed out a post by Des Brady, where he says he has a WW1 medal that belonged to John Treacy. John Treacy was my great grandfather. If i can get in touch with Des Brady i would so appreciate that! God bless all those wonderful men who served our countries so valiantly.
on 10/07/2014 at 21:56

Just discovered your website. Just sent you a photo of the cemetary in 1971 upon my first visit to Europe.
on 10/07/2014 at 15:44

My wife's great uncle who died 31/10/1914. He was never found but his memory lives on,on the Menin Gate.He served with the Loyal North
Lancashire Regiment."For our tomorrows they gave their todays"
on 08/07/2014 at 15:33

Thank you for such an informative site. After starting my family history, I have just discovered that my great grandfather fell on 18/08/16 at the Somme and is buried at Delville Wood Cemetary, Private Frederick William Ford, R.11811 of The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry - from Islington, widow-Edith Kate Ford. I never knew him or about him as my father was orphaned, I would love to find a photo of him or any of his family. Rest in god's loving arms. x
on 07/07/2014 at 16:17

Elijah Bithell buried in BLANDAIN Communal Cemetery was killed on May20th 1940. He was with the Royal Artillery and came from Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire I think he is the only British soldier buried there and, surprisingly, does not have an official white headstone.. I went to school with is niece after the war.
on 05/07/2014 at 21:39

I'm hoping to find a photo of my great grandad who is buried buried in in blargies communism cemetery he got killed in action on 19th May 1918 he was serving in labour corps
on 05/07/2014 at 15:43

Thank you for keeping a record of the dead from The Great War. William Reynolds would have been my Great Uncle. More importantly, he was my Grandmother's favourite big brother and I grew up hearing stories of his exploits before he joined up and went away to the war. I am coming to visit the battlefields and graveyards of the Somme next week and I will remember him.

United Kingdom Gunner 48681 Royal Garrison Artillery 23/09/1917 Age: 25 Encl. No.2 I. D. 22.
on 30/06/2014 at 12:36

god bless my relative a true hero WILLIAM RAIN died 18th september 1916 and also his brother JAMES RAIN who managed to survive but came back deaf and dumb through the consequences of suffering a gas attack in the trenches. I wonder if someone could take a pic of williams grave for me and email it his name is WILLIAM RAIN private 16692, 1st bn duke of cornwall light infantry died 18th september 1916 hes grave is in the cemetery of ABBEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION PLOT NUMBER I B 18 i would be very grateful of this GOD BLESS THEM ALL
on 28/06/2014 at 15:19

Hobbs Reginald (Reggie) Alfred. Here's to a plucky young man who died before he even lived. He is remembered by his family. Thanks so much for this site. We just got back from visitng him at Quarry Cemetery, Montauban.
on 28/06/2014 at 13:10

in loving memory of riffle man gabbar singh negi of 39/2 garhwal riffles(war against france)may God rest his soul in peace.the Great son of UTTRAKHAND in INDIA!!!!!!
on 28/06/2014 at 00:06

Excellent site! I started doing research on an alum, who was one of many that went to fight in WW1 and was injured in the Second battle of Ypres, dying in the Boulougne Hospital on May 24, 1915.

Lt. Daniel P. Stephenson, B.A. (2nd. Class Hon. Juris Hons.) was a sportsman and academic of renown at Wolmer's Boys' School and went on to be a Rhodes Scholar at Lincoln College (1911-1914).

Any and every bit of information I can gather I would like to use to tribute him in a small e-book which will publish on the 100th anniversary of his death in May 2015., under the auspices of our non-profit Wolmer's Cricket Initiative who help the school's cricketers.

We have a profile of him in our 'Wolmer's Cricket Commemorative' but I still need a lot more information on him and if possible any other photos and details.

I aam available by Skype: paracletus,gfr
on 27/06/2014 at 11:18

Have recently visited Serre Road No.2 Cemetery to pay our respects to my late Great Uncle Wilfred Stanley Clarke, died 1/11/1916 aged 20,
Grave plot 36 L7. A very moving experience and grateful thanks to the people that look after these cemeteries.
We will never forget their great sacrifice given by these brave young men
on 24/06/2014 at 11:21

My Great great UncleCorp Frederick Charles Bonnick.Boxer rebellion,Boer War. Arras. Kings Royal Rifle corps.Royal Marine Died 8th June 1917.age 25.Arras Memorial.Bay 7. God bless.
on 24/06/2014 at 11:10

My Great Uncle Sgt Francis Albert Hawes. Royal Heavy Artillery died 11 July 1916.Hersin Cemetery.I.C.4. God bless Frank.xx
on 23/06/2014 at 12:23

I am trying to find out more information regarding my Great Uncle PS Graves Sqdn 619 Flight Engineer RAFVR, SN1621464.
My Nana passed away several years ago believing that he was shot down over France on his way back from a bombing mission. He was in a Lancaster Bomber ND957 (I believe) which came down over St-Pierre on the 7/8 Jan 45. Here are the other crew members:
C K Flockhart, R W Price, R W Keightley, E A Smith T L Letchfors and A F Murdoch.
After a little research it seems they may have collided with PB586 on the way back home. Both crew are buried in adjacent graves.
If anyone can help me find out more information I would be extremely grateful. Kind regards
on 21/06/2014 at 17:55

Many thanks for keeping alive the memory of young men and women who gave their all for our freedom. My late grandfather's brother Alexander Williamson Royal Scots died 10 October 1915 aged 18 died LE Treport after The Battle of Loos. Thank you to CWGC for looking after his grave so beautifully.
on 20/06/2014 at 15:32

John Henry Daborn would have been my uncle if he had not died in 1917.His lovely sister was my mum Dorothy Daborn,she often spoke of him and I have a photo of him in uniform with his wife,also a family photo of him with his father,mother and brothers and sisters.
I often think of him while doing the family tree.Tears came into my eyes when I found out where his grave is.
Thankyou for looking after him.
John Rank
on 19/06/2014 at 17:56

Researching family tree and find my mother's cousin Harold Parish from Whitwick and served with Leicestershire Regiment and died on 23rd Oct 1916 is buried at St Sever cemetary. Be interested to here from anyone who may be related.
on 17/06/2014 at 16:29

My great grandfather Joseph Henry Thompson of the Kings Liverpool regiment is listed on your site. Thanks to your website his grandsons Arthur and John were there at his side last week. His great grandson Michael and great great grandson Daniel were there near Ypres two years ago. We owe this family man our lives and we remember him with a tear in our eyes and wish he had dodged the bullet that killed him. The war graves commission do a marvellous job in Belgium and at this anniversary we must never forget the sons who died for our freedoms.
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