Lest We Forget I
Remembering the fallen
Lest We Forget I
They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old
Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
we will remember them.
The 1914-15 Star
Authorised in 1918, the 1914/15 Star was awarded to personnel who saw service in France and Flanders from 23 November 1914 to 31 December 1915, and to personnel who saw service in any other operational theatre from 5 August 1914 to 31 December 1915.
[Information source: National Archives.]
Lest We Forget I, Is an entire web site of Military Personnel, 95 from my family tree spanning World War I.
Includes; service records, war memorials, heaps of external links and more.
Involving: American, Australian, British, Canadian, Army, Navy, Air Force, a future Prime Minister and Generals.
Each individual is linked to Ancestry.com/Roots web where you can see where he or she came from, before conflict or enlisting.
All person's named on this site are either, Related by blood, i.e. by a Common Genetic Heritage or non-blood related individuals to, Graeme Watson. (When indicated.)...and all are part of one family tree.
3-D, The Scottish War Memorial
Tyrie War Memorial, Scotland
3-D, The Scottish War Museum
3-D, Mt Thompson War Memorial, Australia
Leslie War Memorial, Scotland
3-D, Rememberance Shrine, Australia
(No Mans Land from a Trench)
2014 marks the 100th Anniversary of the start of WWI.
These are royalty free reels from footagefarm's public domain collection, which are broadcast quality.
commemorates those members of my family tree who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, "Their Name Liveth For Evermore".