Law lecturer Dr Thomas Muinzer believes London's Hunterian Museum should use a replica of Charles Byrne
's skeleton and allow him the burial he wanted 250 years after his death.
Director General, Royal British Legion
John Charles Byrne
, currently serving a sentence for drugs and firearms offences, left HMP Hatfield, in Doncaster, on day release on August 2, but failed to return that evening.
, the charity's director of fundraising, said: "Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Poppy Appeal and contribute enormously to the charity year-round through a variety of roles Last year PS110,000 was raised in Coventry - this year we hope to generate even more."
The Royal British Legion Director of Fundraising Charles Byrne
said: "We support the entire Armed Forces community past and present, but families are at the heart of the Legion's 2013 Appeal."
Macmillan spokesman Charles Byrne
said: "There are more than two million people in the UK living with cancer and every penny we raise will help us reach out to even more people who need our support."
The 'Irish Giant' Charles Byrne
-whose stage name was O'Brien -was born in Littlebridge, Northern Ireland, in 1761.
, Macmillan's head of corporate partnerships and events said the staff had made an "amazing achievement".
, an engineer who worked on the Lunar Orbiter program, longed to make these views more accessible to the public.
" Charles Byrne
, director of fundraising for the Royal British Legion, added: "You can bake, play games or "er prizes in exchange for a small contribution to donate to the Legion's vital work.
In an open letter to the governing body of world football, director general Charles Byrne
said: "We ask you, Fifa, in the strongest terms, that you permit players to honour the commitment and sacrifices of the Armed Forces."
Michael Brennan is calling on an English museum to release the 8ft 2in skeleton of Charles Byrne
so he can get his dying wish to be buried at sea.