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Upham

(ˈʌpəm)
n
(Biography) Charles (Hazlitt). 1908–94, New Zealand soldier; hero of World War II and one of only three people to have been awarded the Victoria Cross twice
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The most famous was Captain Charles Haglitt Upham who, during WWII, was awarded the VC first, for his leadership and courage on the island of Crete during May 1941.
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Beatrice Upham, a memberof the Fenside Residents' Association who was involved in the memorial's creation, said it came about out of a collective desire to honour the dead.
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Every new model is better than the previous one," notes Providata's Scott Upham.
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From left to right, Maria Tsaptsinos, Sarah Berge, Karina Le Fevre and Chloe Whyte celebrate Ormesby's British League title victory in Doncaster JOHN UPHAM
In a shocking incident, the Auburn Police department has discovered a body feared to be that of missing actress Misty Upham.
Masciarelli) Walther of Sterling; an uncle, William Masciarelli and his wife, Barbara, of Hudson; two aunts, Gloria (Masciarelli) Upham of Bellingham and Rita L.