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He was never found and was recorded as lost in action at the young age of 26 years.His name is displayed on the remembrance plaque in St Michael's & All Angels Church and the War Memorial in Witton Gilbert, Durham and he is also commemorated on the Loos Memorial (Panel 106 and 107), France.Mike Phillips, 15/05/2017 Giving thoughts and respect to my Great, Great Uncle, Private Sam Forrest 301902 of 1/8th battalion of the Durham Light Infantry, on the one hundredth anniversary of his death 24th April 1917.

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He was born in South Ockendon, Essex in 1885, he left a widow and four young children, his second youngest child was my mother.Thank you Grandad for making the supreme sacrifice.I would like him to be remembered with all the other young men who died a long way from home away from their loved ones. Grand Daughter, Stoke on Trent, Staffs, Stafordshire, 15/05/2014Thoughts of L/Cpl John Warwick Simpson, Galashiels (3190669) Killed in action 22nd May 1940. My late Father Mr Ray Wallace (born in 1939) @ Haverhill and sadly died in Norfolk 2007) had tried in vain to find further information, I would dearly like to find any information regarding my Great Grandfather especially a photograph.Nottingham , Nottinghamshire , United Kingdom , 04/06/2014I would like to pay Tribute To My Grandfather, George Henry HESP He was Killed in 1916, In FLANDERS FRANCES He Was In The, D L I 2ND Battalion Age 32 And Will Never, Be For Gotten R . A beloved son and brother who is always remembered by his family. His name is as mine actutally spelt Issac Wallace, enlisted at Gateshead, he had a son Mr John Wallace who served in WW2 and lived and died in Grimsby, any information would be gratefully received.I love you Edmund xuttoxeter, staffs, 29/07/2014Sad to inform you of the passing 21/07/2014 of John Orchard who served in the D. Amazing how someone of such build could 'gallop' along at 140 paces to the minute with a Tuba on his [email protected], Moreton, Wirral, U.

K., 22/07/2014Remembering Private Robert Edward Robson 40023 Durham Light Infantry also served in Yorkshire Regiment.

I would like him to be remembered along with all the other gallant young men who died a long way from home away from their loved ones. He only arrived in France on the 11th Sep 1915Annfield Plain, Co Durham, England, 21/02/2015I am posting to pay tribute to my great grandfather private John Gardiner of the Durham Light Infantry 15th battallion,he was killed in action at the battle of the Somme on 3rd August 1916,i have only recently found out about this and would appreciate any further [email protected], Sunderland, Tyne Wear, United Kingdom, 25/08/2014In memory of Private Christopher Anderson MM 18/422 18th Battalion Miner, Browney Colliery, Brandon Enlisted September 1914 I July 1916: Military Medal (when attached to RAMC): Obituary Durham Chronicle 9 January 1931: "..

High Shincliffe, Durham, UK 29/06/2016 In memory of my great uncle Fenwick Watson who died on the 26th Sep 1915 at the battle of Loos. for carrying wounded men from dangerous and exposed positions.

He left behind a widow and a 2 month old daughter who he never met.

After he died his widow was given his medals - the 1914 Star, the Scroll and Plaque and some others.

He was assigned to the 18th Battalion - Service "C Company" for training on the 10th October 1914 at Cocken Hall, Durham.