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2008-04-25Phoenix, Arizona, USTheresa Gaskell I Just want to say Thank you for the Chingford War Memorial site. My Great Uncle Richard William Roby Fletcher is remembered here. He Died so young. I didnt Know anything on him until the past 2 days. Thank you again.
2008-07-20LoughtonGeorge W. Mould Hi, Saw your page in the guardian newspaper. Perhaps you would be interested in Chingford Royal British Legion. We too honour and remember those who paid the ultimate price.
2008-03-12ChingfordConnor god bless to all the people who fought in the war, every time i think about them it brings a tear to my eye and i am proud to of won the war and proud to be white and most importantly im so proud to be part of the best country in the world ENGLAND.
2008-04-13Chelmsford, EssexJohn Fantastic to see that someone is making sure that these men are not forgotten... Keep up the good work!!!
2007-09-06WiltshireMartyn Gibson Wonderful site Ian. Congratulations and well done.
2008-08-13LincolnshireCarolyne Belding Thank you for all the hard work that you have done on this web site. May the men who lost their lives for us never be forgotten. My great Uncle Sidney Hambly, was one who died so young.
2008-09-17SouthamptonGilbert Ronald Hiorns William Nelson Hiorns, from Eynsham Oxon. I am very proud to be his Nephew, although he was killed a long time before I was born. I am the proud possessor of his war Medals
2008-12-01ChingfordPaul Pikesley nice to see Chingford blokes getting remembered
2009-02-19EnglandDerek Allpass I honour you
2009-11-05DCAE CosfordDavid Kivlehan T.E.Lawrence will always live in our hearts
2009-12-14east sussexannie jenkins My Grandad Cyril Victor Gooding was also in C company 17th - Middlesex F701 - attested on the 15th Feb 1915 - not long after Burt Tyler. He also was wounded on 28th July in 'Devil's Wood' but was a non-blighty SW. He was captured at Redan Ridge and then POW for over 2 years. But he survived and then went on to have a family. Such a tragedy for those like Burt who perished and were never to leave descendants. What a lovely young man Burt was. With my grandad in mind I am honouring Burt's memory.
2010-02-01western australiaarthur rochester As an ex pompadour ww2 2nd battalion d-day etc. also ex Chingford (Wellington Ave. school) fond memories of Chingford and the Essex Regt. nice to come across your pages
2010-06-12BerkshireChris Gadsby Sidney Valentine Hambly would have been my great uncle had he not been killed at the young age of 20 at the battle of Loos in France. He was my grandfather's youngest brother and it must have been a terrible loss for his family when he was pronounced missing presumed dead. It is great that this website keeps the memory of Sidney and his comrades alive and I have found it interesting to read some of the information on the pages dedicated to him and to others. Thank you to everyone that has put this site together.
2010-08-12LancashireTerry Varty Stumbled across this when researching F29 Sgt N Evans (Clapton Orient). Thank you for posting the information. It has helped to fill in some background regarding C Company.
2011-08-07londonLarry Corrall Just researching
2012-07-28Australia MelbourneLeanne saville Thank you to my great grandpa, Pte. John Saville and all those who served. May your efforts never be forgotten, and your names never fade. Lest we forget. Love always, Your great grand daughter and great great grand children.
2013-06-26AntwerpJo Van Vosselen For they who fell, we shall not hide, we write and speak their names with PRIDE

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