Guardsman CURTIS, RICHARD WILLIAM
Service Number 4191299
2nd Bn. Welsh Guards
Son of Richard Edward Curtis and...
Lieutenant Colonel O'NEILL, SHANE EDWARD ROBERT
Service Number 36738
North Irish Horse, Royal Armoured Corps
Personal Number: 132246
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Name: The Honourable Terence Marne O'NEILL
Unit: Irish Guards
London Gazette : 31 May 1940...
Guardsman THORNLEY, JOHN CHARLES
Service Number 2723262
3rd Bn. Irish Guards
Son of George and Jessie Thornley,...
Guardsman THORNLEY, ALLAN
Service Number 2723323
3rd Bn. Irish Guards
Son of George and Jessie Henderson...
Remembered Kensal Green Cemetery,London
Lieutenant Colonel WILSON, GORDON CHESNEY
Royal Horse Guards
M V O, Mentioned...
This section of the Long, Long Trail originally developed from a discussion some years ago at the Great War Forum. This concerned the question of...
My previous post was about a father and son - BUDDEN - sharing the same gave in CWGC Stanley War Cemetery, Hong Kong, and I have just discovered,...
In St. Andrew's Cemetery, Hexham, Northumberland.
Captain John Surtees Atkinson. 3rd Light Cavalry Indian Army. Killed in action 1942.
Hi everyone, I am reseaching the local War Memorial and have come across 2 brothers that died within 3 dsys of each other, I believe, at Dunkirk....
West Cumberland Times
The moving story of how a brother and cousin of Alfred Hyde, of the Border reg.who,when mortally wounded seven miles from...
I am in touch with Len Beddow , yes him, of the recent Legion of Honour award.
He would love it if any relative has a photo of his army mates....
Captain O'NEILL, THE HON. BRIAN ARTHUR
Service Number 49895
1st Bn. Irish Guards
Commemorated at BROOKWOOD 1939-1945...
I took the kids to Blackpool for a few days and while walking down one of the backstreets, i came across this small church with a memorial on the...
After just posting in Tonym's thread regarding a Ellie Porter who was sadly killed in the Women's land army WW1 and buried in St.Catherine's...
I am trying to learn more about the 6 Hiller brothers who all volunteered to serve in the Royal Navy during WW2.
I believe they were from...
The three "Sandilands" brothers were killed in the RAAF in Algeria, England and Bangladesh during WW2. While all deaths are sad, this epitomizes...
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