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From Galway to the Great War: William Coram and his family

William Coram came from a family that originated in the west of Ireland. Born in Stafford in 1895, he died in France at the end of the Great War after over three years of service on the Western Front.  841 more words

Families

A Piece of You Left with Every Loss

Once again I find myself angry at the pain of adoption loss. It breaks my heart that there is always loss with adoption. Someone is always left hurting from loss and trying to pick up the pieces and move forward. 1,709 more words

Never Ashamed

Never Ashamed

Romans 10:11. For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed.

1. For God will keep His Word

Numbers 23:19 God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? 666 more words

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The Loos Always Lose

We Indians have never taken kindly to what are variously known as ‘washrooms’, ‘restrooms’, ‘bathrooms’, ‘loos’ and ‘toilets’ (as this last word was among the first I learnt and the one I used to excuse myself from a classroom, I will use it through the rest of this piece). 375 more words

The Battle of Loos

Loos Powerpoint and Quiz

Loos     The Battle of Loos multiple choice quiz

Pipers of the Trenches BBC documentary (contains a section on Loos 6:30-12:30):
Great War

The Storms of War - Hampshire, France - Kate Williams

Why a booktrail?

An epic saga of one family’s fortunes across the miles during the Great War and its impact on those who went and those who stayed behind. 832 more words

Books Set In England

Try faith

Try faith

James 1
Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.

Faith that has not been tested cannot be trusted

1. Faith opportunity-your trial has opened the opportunity for God to work. 213 more words

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