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Lest We Forget

In Memory of  
 My Uncle Frank Lankshear
 
My cousin Leonard Eagle
 For the many Lankshear's who died in War

For all the EAGLE family in Wars

My cousins May and Doreen Chandler
and many other civilians who suffered
1943 Memorial at Bethnal Green Underground Station

1901 Edward Lankshear - Royal Navy died at ESQUIMALT in Canada

1927 A Civilian Peace Time disaster - Leonard Lankshear and Others  in sinking of Greycliffe  in Sydney

In memory of the Lankesheer's in War see LANKESHEER  a family group based in Somerset

WW1 Soldier's Prayer

and Lankshear's who served

Lankshear's in Boer War

Lankshear's who served in WW1

Lankshear's who served in WW2

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But not just for my folk
I am prepared to hold data of various types that otherwise does not have a web home  
to honour those who fought or served or died tragically

Data on my site----

Featherston Soldiers Cemetery New Zealand

November 1944 Bomb Damage in Wandsworth - Hazlehurst Road Garratt Lane
with stories of some of the tragic loss of life

SALE WAR CEMETERY - RAAF 

1942 Casualties of H.M.S. SOMALI

1942 HMT Bedfordshire 

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The following sites truly honour those who died in World Wars both military and civilian
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission
http://www.cwgc.org/
Commonwealth War Cemeteries, Communals Cemeteries & Churchyards in Belgium & France

also
http://www.inmemories.com/index.htm
These people are trying to photograph memorials
  http://www.britishwargraves.org.uk/
http://www.wargraves.info/

http://www.roll-of-honour.com/

East Kent war memorials - http://www.fadedgenes.co.uk/ with other Kent links

Crewlists from Allied Ships Hit during WWII - uboat.net