Remembered Always Uncle RIP
Thinking of my uncle Loren Tryon. You are not forgotten!
Rembering you today and always
We came today to pay our respects to our uncle, grand uncle, great grand uncle, 2nd Lt Michael Vincent McKiernan MM, who died of his wounds on 11 May 1918. Peter McKiernan, Maeve McKiernan, Mike McKiernan, Tara McKiernan, Lydia O'Connor.
From your grandson you never met,you made the.gone but never forgotten .THANK YOU from all of us.
My uncle Walter Scott is one of the names. I never met you but you are not forgotten. A hero lies with heroes , I salute you and send my fathers and my grandmothers love to you.
Visited this beautiful place of remembrance. It must have been in 1991or 92 . We came across it by accident, it was so incredibly moving. Neither my wife or I will never forget it .
To my Great Uncle Owen: May you rest in peace.
R.I.P my great Uncle Private: John Welsh 3663167 South Lancashire Regiment C-Company,fought on sword beach and died from wounds on 29/06/1944 near Caen,his younger brother Ken Welsh researched his involvement in ww2 for years but never got over to france he sadly passed away last monday,hes now back reunited with his big brother R.I.P
I would like to let Staff Sgt. Balducci's family know that, on March 17,2018, I had the privilege of paying my respects at your loved one's grave and planted a flag from home. He is not, and will never be, forgotten.
James was my uncle whom I was named after. He was much loved by his sister Belle.
I visited your grave with my father, Charles William Turland, 53rd Worcestershire Yeomanry. Our visit was very sad. Dad remembered the day you were killed by a mortar shell in your forward observer position. Dad lost an arm in Normandy and has joined you in heaven. I have a photo of you 211 Battery (in Pegasus Museum). You are in the second row at the front. My father and Donald Bowers, who is buried in Ranville Cemetery are there too. I will always remember you. RIP
I visited your grave with my father, Charles William Turland, 53rd Worcestershire Yeomanry. Our visit was very sad as you were one of dad's best friends and he was with you when you were killed and helped bury you. We have a photo of 211 Battery (which is in Pegasus Museum) My father is standing behind you and has since joined you in heaven. He lost an arm in Normandy. I will always remember you. RIP.
Remembered with love, my great uncle Alfred who courageously gave his life for others. Never forgotten and so proud. God bless you ♥️ They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.
Thank you for your sacrifice, Sir.