merci Emile, merci Glen merci à tous
I saw your name on St Annes Church Ormskirk memorial. Thank you for giving your life for my freedom and that of my family. God Bless.
You are missed
You are indeed, for ever in my thoughts, darling "Sandy". All my love, your daughter, Christine.
My uncle, John Frederick Barber, brother of my dad and his two brothers, died August 8, 1944,at the Falaise Gap in France.He was a Sapper with the Royal Canadian Engineers. My siblings and I never met our uncle John, but we knew him from our dad . We think of uncle John often and remember the ultimate sacrifice he, and so many other young men, made for us. We will never forget you.
Rest in peace ... you are not forgotten.
Gone but not forgotten Uncle Les your niece Denise
RIP grandad ...lest we forget
You were my grandmother's first husband. You died and she had to move on, but the truth is I think she never got over your passing. I feel a connection to you that I don't yet understand but I will find out more about you, and one day visit you. You died so young and the reality is I would probably not exist if you hadn't - that is hard to reconcile. Rest knowing though that I think often of your sacrifice.
To the Grandad we never knew, we are all very proud and thankful of you.
remembered with love by your daughter Elieen Dickinson, granddaughter Helen Lewis, and Great Grandsons Christiopher, David and Stephen Lewis xx
Rest in peace Dad, from your loving son Peter
To a man I never met but, know if you had the same loving, caring heart as your sister (my great Nan) you are greatly missed. Rest in peace. Lest we forget.
You are always with us, you live on through Pauline and all of your grandchildren (and great grandchildren). With much love xx
Remembering with love my Uncle who died to set us free xx