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Police Officer Harry Everett Shore, Sr.

Ocean City Police Department, New Jersey

End of Watch Friday, July 29, 1927

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Reflections for Police Officer Harry Everett Shore, Sr.

Again I would like to express myself and my condolences adequately to the family of Policeman Shore and I find it so difficult to put into words."No Man's Land" (also known as "The Green Fields of France" or "Willie McBride") is a song written in 1976 by Scottish Australian folk singer-songwriter Eric Bogle, reflecting on the grave of a young man who died in World War I. Its chorus refers to two famous pieces of military music, "The Last Post" and "The Flowers of the Forest". Its melody, its refrain ("did they beat the drum slowly, did they play the fife lowly"), and elements of its subject matter (a young man cut down in his prime) are similar to those of "Streets of Laredo"
It's a song that was written about the military cemeteries in Flanders and Northern France. THE WORDS:
Well, how'd you do, Private Willie McBride,
D'you mind if I sit down down here by your graveside?
I'll rest for awhile in the warm summer sun,
Been walking all day, Lord, and I'm nearly done.
I see by your gravestone you were only nineteen
When you joined the glorious fallen in 1916,
I hope you died quick and I hope you died "clean,"
Or, Willie McBride, was it slow and so mean?

Did they beat the drum slowly, did they sound the fife lowly?
Did the rifles fire o'er ye as they lowered ye down?
Did the bugles sing "The Last Post" in chorus?
Did the pipes play the "Floors1 O' The Forest"?

And did you leave a wife or a sweetheart behind
In some faithful heart is your memory enshrined?
And, though you died back in 1916,
To that loyal heart are you forever nineteen?
Or are you a stranger, without even a name,
Forever enshrined behind some glass pane,
In an old photograph, torn and tattered and stained,
And fading to yellow in a brown leather frame?
[ADD'l VERSES not printed]

In our Faithful hearts your memory, Harry Shore, is forever enshrined, God Bless you and your family always

Retired Ptlm Chuck McNeely, PO
Disabled in line of duty Ocean City PD

January 6, 2017

To fully appreciate the heroes of the present, we must recognize our heroes of the past. Your heroism and service is honored today, the 86th anniversary year of your death. I am priviliged to leave a tribute to you. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer who was murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Time never diminishes respect. Your memory will always be honored and revered. Rest In Peace

Phyllis Lasater Loya
mom of fallen Pittsburg (CA) officer Larry Lasater

January 22, 2013

Your dedication is not forgotten. Rest easy my friend.

Officer William M Deford
U.S. Coast Guard Police, Baltimore

July 21, 2009

Rest in peace Brother.

Kevin T Ryan

August 8, 2008

To My Grandfather,
Though you were gone before I was born, I just wanted you to know your son (my father) always spoke of you with great pride. I know he missed you so much until he passed away. I hope he is with you now so you two can catch up on a life of memories. I also hope you are proud that I am carrying on your legacy as a police officer, first in the USAF Security Police and now with JSO. I love & miss you. Brian

Officer Brian J. Shore
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, FL

October 18, 2007

Rest in Peace, P/O Shore. You are not forgotten.

P/O #5434
Phila. PD

August 30, 2007

Always remembered my friend.

Cpl/1 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police

July 29, 2007

Rest in Peace Motorman. You are not forgotten.

Motor Officer D.Johnson
Metro Nashville Police Dept.

July 29, 2006

"And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow, Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; I will arise and go now, for always night and day
I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore;
While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements grey,
I hear it in the deep heart's core. "-W.B.YEATS'S INNISFREE ,THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE


November 16, 2005

You are not forgotten. Rest in peace motorman.

Ofc. Michael Walker
Tallahassee Police Dept.

February 25, 2004

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