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THOMAS GEORGE SPERINCK AGE 37 KIA 15/9/1916

THOMAS GEORGE SPERINCK .AND SAMUEL COWDERY both K.I.A.

MAUREEN SPERINCK
Remembering our Great Uncle Thomas George Sperinck killed in action on 15th September 1916 age 37 in the battle of HIGH WOOD on the Somme France .Also his wifes brother Samuel Cowdrey in 1916 at the battle of Cambri . Long May They ALL BE REMEMBERD.
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THOMAS GEORGE SPERINCK AGE 37 KIA 15/9/1916

THOMAS GEORGE SPERINCK .AND SAMUEL COWDERY both K.I.A.

MAUREEN SPERINCK
Remembering our Great Uncle Thomas George Sperinck killed in action on 15th September 1916 age 37 in the battle of HIGH WOOD on the Somme France .Also his wifes brother Samuel Cowdrey in 1916 at the battle of Cambri . Long May They ALL BE REMEMBERD.
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Thank you

Lee Franklin
No words can ever explain the gratitude that we have for those that put themselves in harms way to protect and save our countries, our freedoms and our families. Thank you is all I have. Lest We Forget.
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Somme Battlefields & Cemeteries

James Burke
Some photographs and images from the Somme battlefields
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William McFadzean

John Mcfadyen
Let me tell you a story of honour and glory Of a young Belfast soldier Billy McFadzean by name For King and for Country Young Billy died bravely And won the VC on the fields of the Somme Gone Like the snowflake that melts on the river Gone like the first rays of days early dawn Like the foam from the fountain Like the mist from the mountain Young Billy McFadzean’s dear life has gone Now Billy lies only where the red Flanders poppy In wildest profusion paints the field of the brave No piper recalling his deeds all forgotten For Billy McFadzean has no known grave Chorus So let us remember that brave Ulster soldier The VC he won the young life that he gave For duty demanding his courage outstanding Private Billy McFadzean of the U.V.F.
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A cockney lad

Joy Ann Evans
Remembering my Uncle Benjamin James Lewis from Hackney,London. Son of Benjamin and Eliza Lewis. 2nd Battalion Middx.Regiment. Killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme 1st July 1916 aged 17 years.No known grave.Our family quest in 2009 was to search around the battle area for some recognition of his sacrifice. We found his name engraved on the Thiepval Memorial.We called this journey 'Finding Benjamin'
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JAMES RICHARD GREAVES

Tricia Neate
In proud remembrance of our great grandfather, a private in the Border Regiment who enlisted in spring 1915 at the age of 24 but was killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1 July 1916, leaving a bereaved widow, Lydia, and three children, including our grandmother, May (then aged 8).
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Tombe de Gilbert Chambonnet à la nécropole nationale de Biaches

Mort pour la France

Isabelle (Chambonnet) Augé
Mon grand oncle,Gilbert -Paul Chambonnet, a été tué le 6 juillet 1916 à Curlu. L'été dernier, j'ai pu retrouver sa tombe. Il est enterré à la nécropole de Biaches. J'ai également parcouru le circuit du souvenir et visité les musées de Péronne et Albert. Que d'émotions ! Une pensée pour tous ces soldats en ces jours d'anniversaire.
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A LA MEMOIRE D'ANATOLE LE ROUX INSTITUTEUR BRETON

LE ROUX Marcel
Grand-Père, c'est en bâtissant mon arbre généalogique que je t'ai retrouvé. Maintenant je sais qui m'a transmis les gènes d'Amour et d'Honneur de la FRANCE. Merci pour ton sacrifice.
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A soldiers thoughts

Ian Spelman
"Suffice to say that I am glad to have gone through it, but like a million and one others sincerely trust it will not be necessary again. Also an equally earnest hope that it is nearer the end than the beginning" 4177 L/Cpl W. Spelman H.A.C. August 9th 1916 The Somme
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A LA MEMOIRE DU SOUS-LIEUTENANT ANATOLE LE ROUX

LE ROUX Marcel
Grand-Père, Je t'ai retrouvé en bâtissant mon arbre généalogique. Maintenant, je sais qui m'a transmis les gènes d'Amour et d'Honneur de la France.
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Livre web en mémoire des Corses.

Antoine GALLONI D'ISTRIA
https://www.facebook.com/lescorsesayantcombattuen1418danslenord/?ref=bookmarks - LE CENTENAIRE ET LES CORSES. ARTOIS/BELGIQUE/SOMME. Livre web (44 pages en capture d'écran), créé le 11 mai dernier. 1 000 personnes en France au cours des 28 derniers jours. Entre 150 et 200 à l'étranger.
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Sous lieutenant Anatole LE ROUX

LE ROUX Marcel
Grand-Père, Je t'ai retrouvé en bâtissant mon arbre généalogique et maintenant je sais qui m'a transmis les gènes d'Amour et d'Honneur de la France. Merci. Marcel LE ROUX
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Archibald Thorne

Cicely Mico
Rembering my uncle who was killed on the 1st July 1916. Son of Stephen a d Annie Thorne of Stoke sub Hamdon Somerset..
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Harold Pendleton Roberts

Frances Spall
Remembering a great uncle, Gunner Harold P. Roberts, of Liverpool. 2nd Heavy Artillery Group, Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed on July 12th 1916. Laid to rest in Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme. Finally found where you lay. Will visit this summer, for your brother, Frank, my "Popa". Your story is passed on down the generations.
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Remembering my Grand father Pte. John Scollen 27th Batt.. Tyneside Irish Northumberland Fusilliers

Brian Scollen
My grand father like many others took up arms for king and country. He is among the Missing of the Somme and his name is on Thiepval memorial, along with all of his fellow casualties. He did write home just before the battle, while at Franvilliers 27th June 1916 which at the time was very near to the eve of the battle. My wife and myself will be in the town on the 27th June, where I shall find a stone to sit on read his letter and cry. Sadly missed by his three daughters Four sons and many many grandchildren. Brian Scollen
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Pte Frank H Jerred, 2nd Battalion, South African Infantry.

Remembering my great uncle, Frank Jerred

David Hornbrook
Frank Jerred was killed at Eaucourt l'Abbaye attacking German trenches during the battle of the Somme on 12 October 1916. The attack was stalled by long-range machine-gun fire and soldiers lost direction in the smoke drifting across no man's land. Frank had left Exeter for a new life in South Africa only to return to die in France. He was 29.
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Pte Frank H Jerred, 2nd Battalion, South African Infantry.

Remembering my great uncle, Frank Jerred

David Hornbrook
Frank Jerred was killed at Eaucourt l'Abbaye attacking German trenches during the battle of the Somme on 12 October 1916. The attack was stalled by long-range machine-gun fire and soldiers lost direction in the smoke drifting across no man's land. Frank had left Exeter for a new life in South Africa only to return to die in France. He was 29.
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Remembering Robert Armstrong Pendlington

Sandra Pendlington
Our cousin Robert, son of John and Dorothy Pendlington of Hartlepool, died on 12 October 1916, fighting with the Durham Light infantry at the Battle of the Somme. He has no known grave but his name is on the Theipval Memorial. We stood at the foot of the hill and looked up to where he died and we remember with pride Robert and all his comrades.
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Edgar Stuart Middleton

Ann Middleton Carter
In memory of my uncle Corporal Edgar Stuart Middleton aged 25,1st/5th Bn. London Regiment(London Rifle Brigade),eldest son of Ada and Albert Middleton, died 1st July 1916. Commemoration Thiepval Memorial Sommme France.
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REMEMBERING MY GREAT UNCLE WALTER

BARBARA WILLECOME-BRODIE
WITH LOVE, PRIDE AND GRATITUDE TO MY GREAT UNCLE, PRIVATE WALTER ROSE 24190 14TH BN GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT. HUSBAND OF SARAH AND SON OF ALICE AND THE LATE WILLIAM, FROM HOTWELLS, BRISTOL. HE DIED ON THE SOMME 19TH JULY 1916 AT TRONES WOOD AND IS REMEMBERED ON THE THIEPVAL MEMORIAL SOMME FRANCE. IN MY HEART FOREVER X
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Remembering a Great Uncle

Kerrie Steward
Remembering my Great Uncle Arthur Lorn Wyborn, Missing in Action July 25th 1916 Pozieres, France. 3rd Battlion, D Coy AIF. Aged 19 years.
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Remembering my great grandad Oscar Eves

Kim Gravett
Great grandad Sgt Oscar Eves served with the 7th battalion Royal Irish Rifles 4551 100 years ago he died of wounds on the Somme July 1916 Once again we will return to visit you on this special anniversary
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Great Grandfather

Karen George
Remembering my Great Grandad, Frederick William Quaintmere. Gunner with The Royal Artillery. Wounded on the Somme July 1916. I think part of him never returned and remained in France with the fallen. deepest respect and love always.
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Private James Edward Wood.

Clifford Wood
Remembering Pte James Edward Wood 7th Battalion (service) East Lancs. Died 14th October 1916 on the Somme battlefields. Remembered at Thiepval. My Grandad he will never be forgotten.
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George Frederick Austin. The uncle I never met. Sadly missed but remembered and honoured. Angela Austin.

Remembering George Austin

Angela Austin
2nd Lt. George Austin was my uncle. Killed in July 1916. No known grave. From his letters I can tell he was a very pleasant good humoured young man. He only 22 years of life. I wish I could have met him. I honour his name and sacrifice with my visit. April 2016.
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Private Jonathan Pearson

Karen
Remembering my Great Uncle Jonty (Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry) shot in the chest on 18th September 1916 near Aveluy Wood and who died 12 days later at the 13th General Hospital. He is buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. His brother Sgt. Joseph Pearson was killed on 26th May 1915 and his sister Hannah, a nurse, died from Spanish flu in December 1918. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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Never forgotten

Alison Drew
Robert Baxter my great uncle died 15/09/1916 He was serving in the Northumberland Fusiliers 1/7th Battalion. He is remembered with found affection by all the family
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Hommage à un soldat sans descendance

D.MARCHAND
Il s'agit du soldat DESROZIER Marcel né le 17 janvier 1884 en Dordogne appartenant au 308e RI. C'était le premier époux de ma grand-mère maternelle. Il a été tué dans un boyau en ravitaillant les premières lignes en munitions le 6 novembre 1916 dans le secteur de Soyécourt- Ablaincourt. Mon frère, décédé depuis plus de 20 ans, a cherché en vain sa trace. Mais aujourd'hui, tout est plus simple avec le site Mémoire des Hommes. Alors, pour honorer sa mémoire, je prépare un séjour dans la Somme.
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