My great uncle died in 1951 at the age of 31. His inquest found he had died of pulmonary tuberculosis which was a direct result of his service. He was an artillery man who served on ships and was torpedoed and spent 10 hours in the sea waiting to be rescued. As he lingered on with his illness, he does not qualify for a CWG headstone despite my emails. His widow could not afford a headstone so he has lain in an unmarked grave for the last 66 years. Where is the justice for him and others like him? Should not all service personnel be awarded the same honour if proven they died because of their service, regardless of when they died? Does anyone know who I could write too about this?