Remembered ai The County Mayo Peace Park and Garden of Remembrance Castlebar Ireland
Also my Great Uncle Jack! His brother (my Granddad) George Banks always spoke about him with such pride! His medals are now at Holy Trinity's Primary School, Darwen, Lancashire. The school he went to before he enlisted. I have the letter his mum recieved from his commander detailing what happened they day he died. So proud to be related to this hero!!!
Dear Lorne you have been greatly missed by your family. Your biggest fan has always been your younger brother Aubrey. He is my papa. I just want to say that you are a true hero in his eyes as well as mine. Thank you. From your great neice!
Very moving and emotional to visit the cemetery. RIP Uncle Richard
rest in peice dear birth farther, i never new you and would dearly love to fiend some one that new you,,as i was adopted please if any one can help me i would be so greatfull thank you x
I was at the Bayeux British cemetary on September 27th and stood at your grave to pay you tribute. Thanks for yours sacrifice, Donald. Forever in our thoughts and memory.
We honour your sacrifice Cobber. Rest in Peace.
My brother and I think of you often. Thank you for your service. You are not forgotten.
I always new about you harry but never met u u were my mum's uncle god bless u for everything you did for our country rest in peace xxx
In January 1952 sergeant Jimmy Adgar named his third son for you, you are remembered.
So glad we finally found you today. Rennie was with us. What a hero. RIP from the Greens.
You gave your today for our tomorrow. Truly grateful, you will always be remembered. R.I.P.
I will not forget your sacrifice.
Trooper Robert Alison SMITH was my uncle. He was the driver of a DD Sherman landing on D Day. He died in the Battle of Rauray Farm, Fontenay le Pesnel, one of only two tanks struck during that battle. Although I never met him, I feel very proud of what he did at only 19 years of age.
Rest in peace grandad xx