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Jimmy Major

Jimmy Major

(1990 – 2009)

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Jimmy Major

Jimmy Major
(1990 – 2009)

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Jimmy Major

(1990 – 2009)
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About Jimmy
Guardsman James Major, aged 18 years, of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was the youngest of five soldiers who were killed by a rogue Afghan policeman in Helmand Province on 3rd November, 2009. Of his other four colleagues who were killed in the same incident two were also members of the Grenadier Guards and two were members of the Royal Military Police, six other soldiers were wounded.
Guardsman Major was born in Grimsby but his home was in Cleethorpes. He is survived by his parents Adrian and Kim, his brothers Lewis and Daniel, his sister Paige and his four grandparents.
Remembrance Messages
On 12th Oct 2010
M Anderson
wrote:
I didn't know Jimmy and I came across this site via Facebook. As soon as I read about Jimmy I felt the need to get on here and show all the boy's family and friends that his sacrifice means something. It means something to me to see such a young lad make such a huge decision. I do realise that nothing can take away the pain; I just wanted to state that I have 100% admiration for Jimmy. I hope this helps you all. All the best to you for the future.
Remembrance Messages
On 20th Nov 2009
vanessa cowdroy
wrote:
jimmy..... didnt know you that well kiddo but i knew u was a good lad.....spent alot of time with lewis wen at school and i will look after him as and when he needs me to.... going to be missed by alot of people jimmy and we are all so so proud of you.... thanks for comming through with criag and your messages will be passed in time.... i will be there for when you come home tomorrow soilder.... to welcome u back home.... safe journey hunn xx
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Jimmy Major

Guardsman James Major, aged 18 years, of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was the youngest of five soldiers who were killed by a rogue Afghan policeman in Helmand Province on 3rd November, 2009. Of his other four colleagues who were killed in the same incident two were also members of the Grenadier Guards and two were members of the Royal Military Police, six other soldiers were wounded.
Guardsman Major was born in Grimsby but his home was in Cleethorpes. He is survived by his parents Adrian and Kim, his brothers Lewis and Daniel, his sister Paige and his four grandparents.

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Rest in peace Jimmy
I first met Jimmy at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Jimmy
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Jimmy used to really enjoy ****
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Jimmy inspired me to ****
Jimmy changed my life by ****
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