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HERALD

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THE HERALD, 2 HIGH STREET, HYTHE, SO45 6AH

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No 331 •

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Remembering Family

Simon at his great uncle’s grave

T

otton resident, Simon Morgan was proud as a

member of the Band of the Hampshire Constabulary,

to take part in the annual Armistice Day Ceremony

at the Thiepval Memorial in Northern France, which is

dedicated to the 72,246 missing British Empire servicemen

who died in the Battles of the Somme of the First World

War between 1915 and 1918, with no known grave.

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ontinued on page

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This year marks the centenary

of the Battle of the Somme,

at which three of Simon’s

great uncles fought. The

eldest,

Captain Thomas

Aloysius Kelly was awarded

the Military Cross early in

the battle, which began on

1st July 1916. He was killed

in action close to Mametz

on 2nd October; his death

was witnessed by his brother

Vincent.

Vincent and his surviving

brother Bernard returned

home after the war. Bernard

emigrated to New Zealand,

and was subsequently killed

at El Alamein in 1943 fighting

with the New Zealand Army.

He had been too young to

enlist for service in World

War I, but had lied about his

age and joined the army. At

the outbreak of World War II

he was too old to enlist, but

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