From the 11th Hussars War Diary: "2Tp and 5Tp spent the night together, and 3Tp with the Infantry. The rest of the Sqn slept in a sunken lane which was almost shell and bomb proof. Poor Tpr Humphrey in the Scout Tp was killed by a mortar that day, one could not want a better man." Rest in Peace Trooper Humphrey.
Rest in Peace Douglas Goom
Great Uncle John, I am so happy to have found where you are laid to rest. I heard the story from my father how his mothers baby brother fell in the second world war. I have just located your grave and will visit you at some time inthe future. I am so proud to hear that you were part of the D Day landings
George BROWN was my cousin he survived DIEPPE.
To, Owen Patrick Flynn - Although a long time has passed since we have seen you, you are still very much in our thoughts.
You will never be forgotten Uncle Owen, rest in peace.
My great uncle paddy o hagan
In Loving Memory
Remembering you today 8th July always in our thoughts..Wendy and your large extended family! RIP Uncle Bob xx
Rest in peace. Your service and sacrifice is remembered.
We never met you but you will be forever in our thoughts and never forgotten love always
Your sacrifice is honoured and remembered.
Frank Mantle introduced my mother and father before he joined the Canadian Army and was killed. I was born in 1941. My younger brother in named after Frank. If it hadn't been for Frank Mantle, i likely would not have existed. God bless him and the sacrifice he made. And his father too, killed in WW1.
Lest We Forget Grandad on the 73rd Anniversary of your Death posted whilst in the Bayeux war Cemetery Normandy