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
to my hero grand dad 2055698 gunner jack crabtree
Rest in peace Grandad X
In memory of Corporal John Desio,22 yrs old, killed in Normandy on 7/15/44
To my Father, killed in action on the day i was born 30th July1944
Visited your grave last year. Felt very humble and sorry that you died before I had a chance to meet you. Your Son Keith.
My great uncle Captain James E. Risher was my mother's mother's brother. I am honored to be named after him. Uncle Jimmy made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom on August 13, 1944 (three days after my mother's first birthday). My grandmother was so proud of her brother. My grandmother loved Uncle Jimmy and use to tell us great stories from their childhood. She missed and honored Uncle Jimmy until her passing in April 2001. They are truly the "Greatest Generation."
Here's to your dog tags Uncle Son. Mum loves you and has very fond memories of you. Ian and I hope you did not suffer too much in the corn field at the Chateau. (sorry couldnt resist attaching the image! haha!) You survived Dunkirk by the seat of your pants (shame about ditchin the swag bag eh!) to come home to stay with your loving sister (our granma god bless her) only to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Am sure we would have had lots of fun and perhaps you could have kept sister Lily on the straight and narrow too! I know you both were very close. Anyway god bless you! love from your great niece xxx