Lest We Forget Grandad on the 73rd Anniversary of your Death posted whilst in the Bayeux war Cemetery Normandy
After searing so long for my great grandad. I am sure that this is him from the information I have been given. I wish I would have known him. A very brave man just like those other men who fought for us all.
So loved and never forgotten, dear Uncle William xx
Great Aunt Phyllis always said how I much I look like you. You are not forgotten Uncle Ted.
RIP Grandad. We never had the chance to know you, but we are so proud of you.
Remembering you 73 years on, and forevermore. With love, your Great Niece
You are not forgotten and we thank you for giving your all. RIP, Love from the family of Ada Murphy
Remembering with love Samuel CharlesMcKenna and all those who fell with him, they died for our freedom, with love from all his descendants.
To the world you were only one, to me you were all the world, the inscription chose by Ellen Smallman for her husband Sidney, he left her with 4 children and one on the way. RIP The Smallmany family xx
I am the eldest of gunner Stanley turner's 3 ganchildren also left behind 2 brothers and a sister loved and remembered reunited together forever.
Thomas Hanson Chaffin 7/25/1944 Normandy
Loren Furnish was the brother of my maternal grandmother. As it is Memorial Day, I did not want his memory to be forgotten. Rest in peace, Loren.
Rest in peace ... your sacrifice is not forgotten.
In memory of my Dad Fred SmithCommando Unit No 4 d/o/w 6/644
For my father Alfred John ( Jack ) Lane. Although I never met you I think of you often, especially on DDay. I visited your grave when in France & hope to once more later this year. With my love xxx
To my uncle ted i was i had met you from your niece. RIP xx