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Alone and forgotten

John Walker is not commemorated on any memorial.  He fought in the war and died in 1973 aged 77.  The bare facts hide a tragic story […]

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The final sacrifice

On November 11, 1918, 2738 men were killed (including 863 from Britain and the Commonwealth). One of those was 2nd Lieutenant Ralph Piggott Whittington-Ince (1&4 South 1915) of the 11th Battalion of the East Yorkshires. […]

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The silent Armistice

As the country celebrated the Armistice on November 11 1918, all was quiet at Cranleigh where the boys had been sent home after the School was overwhelmed by Spanish flu […]

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