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WWI 2/1785 AWMM
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Unknown AWMM Palmerston North, New Zealand AWMM
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James Glossop (father), 2 Brook Street, Dunedin, New Zealand AWMM
Pre 13 June 1915 AWMM Single AWMM
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I am so pleased to be given this opportunity to remenber my father on this occasion. One does not realise how lucky one is to have had a father such as mine until he is no longer with us. Rest in peace
Public - Richard david - Child - 12 November 2016
Thinking of my grandfather today - a quiet man who always made a little girl so welcome when we visited - I am so appreciative of the sacrifices he made so our family has the opportunities they have today.
Public - Virginia - Direct descendant - 11 November 2016
In loving memory of Charlie Glossop. Father of Darcy and David and husband to the late Lillian Rose Glossop. Your memory and contribution is not forgotten as a brave young soldier in Gallipoli and the Western Front. Your great grandson wears your medals on ANZAC day in pride.
Public - Felicity - Direct descendant - 13 November 2015
|12 November 2016||Richard david||Melbourne Australia||Child||
|11 November 2016||Virginia||Melbourne, Australia||Direct descendant||
|13 November 2015||Felicity ||Cambridge NZ||Direct descendant||
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