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Missing soldier’s name added to Hampshire memorial

The name of a Royal Engineer, who died in the years following the First World War, has finally been inscribed on the war memorial at Andover in Hampshire, 95 years after it was erected. Corporal Reginald Robbins’ name was recorded … Continue reading

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First World War memorial rededicated in Gateshead

A two-tonne marble memorial has been rededicated in Gateshead as part of commemorations of the Centenary of the First World War. The memorial has been rededicated in a prime position overlooking the Tyne in the grounds of St Mary’s Heritage … Continue reading

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Overgrown CWGC memorials in Hampstead Cemetery

A couple of examples of overgrown CWGC headstones in Hampstead Cemetery, London. The two in the foreground commemorate Sapper George Dalton of the Royal Engineers and Guardsman Ernest Kitson of the Grenadier Guards. According to CWGC, Sapper Dalton was 46 … Continue reading

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