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AGS Remembers

As we stand here in peace and safety, we pay our respects to all of the fallen, all of the wounded and all who served in conflicts over the last 100 years.
13 Nov 2019
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AGS Remembers
AGS Remembers
On Monday, our Headmaster, Mr Mark Sturgeon, addressed our entire School in the playground. AGS Remembers..

"Each year we remember …… and it is only right, as a school with traditional values, that we take time to do so.
 
At the 11th hour on the 11th of November 1918 an armistice was signed between Germany and the Allies, ending World War One.
 
Remembrance provides an opportunity for us a School to reflect on the sacrifice made by every man and woman to protect us and our right to freedom. 100 years ago, in 1919, one year on from the end of the war, the first two minute silent was observed on Armistice Day, 11 November 1919 and so what we do today is a tradition which is now therefore a century old.
 
As we stand here in peace and safety today, we pay our respects to all of the fallen, all of the wounded and all who served in conflicts over the last 100 years. Today, we remember those who volunteered, sacrificed, served, fought, and died, for our freedom. We thank those who made the ultimate sacrifice and who gave their lives so that those who have come after them, like us, could have this freedom
 
We are going to read the names of the Aylesburians who died in the two great wars and in recent conflicts. Students and staff of our School throughout the years.
 
We will then lay a wreath to mark our respects to them and all those who have served.
 
At this point the last post will be played by trumpeters of AGS followed by a two minutes silence. At the end of this two minutes the trumpeters will sound the wake up call ‘reveille’"
 
AYLESBURY  GRAMMAR  SCHOOL  STUDENTS  WHO  DIED  IN  THE  TWO  GREAT  WARS AND SINCE
 
1914 – 1918
Mervyn Allen
Cecil Beechey
Charles Brunton
Fergus Cannon
Charles Dobson
Stuart Kyle
Frank Lander
Harold Langstone
Robert Levesley
Frederick Line
Cecil Luff
Horace Martin
Osmund Prothero
Sidney Scammell
Thomas Seaton
Edward Tatham
William Tweddle
Robert Whitaker
Phlip White
Joseph Widdowson
Vernon Wilkins
William Wood
 
1939 – 45
Arthur Alexander
Charles Bonham
Douglas Browne
Richard Clarke
Bernard Collyer
Arthur Crook
Walter Cross
Alan Daly
Eric Devereux
Ronald Evans
Brian Farmborough
Leslie Greenhalgh
Jeffrey Hayward
Rowland Jefferies
Derek Mills
Frederick Mooney
Ronald Orchard
Roger Parker
Peter Pope
John Robinson
Edward Sanders
William Sawdy
Donald Shirley
Edward Stevens
Gwilym Thomas
Stanley Wakeling
Harry Wheeler
Robert Winter
Ronald Wootton
Ruby Dixon
Beryl Baynes Cope

2015 (Afghanistan)
Alan Scott



 

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