In honor of 1st Lt. Walter B. Bidlack, KIA 6 June 1944.
My late Uncle, Emrys Lloyd Jones, was born one hundred years ago today ( 8 March, 1918) . He died far too young. On this his birthday, as always, he is not forgotten.
To my lovely Uncle Peter who sadly I never met but will never forget.
Forever in our hearts from Ronald and Family never forgotten
Visited uncle Peter McCourts grave and what a very emotional day that was but glad to see the graves are all very well looked after
He is a uncle we never had the chance to meet.
Thank you for remembering my uncle Thomas Connacher
in memory of john dalby who died in normandy 1944 who was married to my mother elsie , she re married but always loved john , she passed away 1964 , and she would have loved what i was doing thankyou
he has gone across the ocean, to the sea of ever green, in the loving arms of Jesus he will rest forever more, written by my nanny to place on his headstone
RIP Uncle Robert
This is my Great Uncle Anthony, the reason my father enlisted during the Vietnam War. We will never forget you.
Uncle James you were my mother Madge McNay 's brother and she spoke about you often, she had a copy of your last letter and since she died 2011 i now treasure it as it came fro an uncle I never had the oppertunity to me . Always remembered
May God grant him and his fallen comrades their eternal peace. Pleased to have visited him at Ranville in November 2017 with his nephew John Reid. John's father lies nearby.
you were so brave uncle billy, think about you often all my love brenda and family.xxx
Both together at last. RIP Albert & Mum xx
Rest in peace. Your service and sacrifice is remembered.