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A tribute to WO1 Charles Hadley Surch by Wendy Wadsworth

Date added: 9 Mar 2018

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Wendy Wadsworth

Royal Corps of Signals Memorial Book
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Dear Family and Friends, As a way of celebrating, sharing and remembering $personFirstName$ together, I have created a page within the $bookTitle$. Here we can all share our memories – through stories, thoughts, messages, photographs and videos. If you would like to visit the page and add your own message simply go to: $findPersonLink$. Thank you,

2012 Dad after retirement looking after his much loved wife Sheila
2015 Dad where he was most content-his garden
2015 Dad in the spring having planted up his many plant tubs
2015 Dad ready to do his chores!!
2016 Dad enjoying supper at his favourite restaurant
2017 Dad enjoying his 86th birthday supper
2017 Dad celebrating Christmas with Wendy, Marcus and James in Mudeford, Dorset

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A tribute to WO1 Charles Hadley Surch by Colin. Tarr

Date added: 10 Mar 2018

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Colin. Tarr

Royal Corps of Signals Memorial Book
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Dear Family and Friends, As a way of celebrating, sharing and remembering $personFirstName$ together, I have created a page within the $bookTitle$. Here we can all share our memories – through stories, thoughts, messages, photographs and videos. If you would like to visit the page and add your own message simply go to: $findPersonLink$. Thank you,

Charles, a very good friend and neighbour, always ready to share his knowledge and expertise of gardening and life in general.

Spent many an evening talking of his "Signals" army days and would definately know how to "Plant" a telegraph pole if the need arises.!!!. Charles told me of some of his encounters during his time, I think most of them were above board but with those twinkles in his eyes I could never be sure. Will miss you mate, god bless. Back with your beloved wife Sheila.

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