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LOCAL WORLD WAR 1 AND 2 MEMORIALS PAGE ............

The Surrey History Centre have been filling in the gaps of my research!

Visit their new website here...

Woking News and Mail article about this website..

http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/s/2017100_keeping_memories_alive

WOKING BOROUGH MEMORIALS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED AT LAST!

WE ALSO WOULD LIKE TO PHOTOGRAPH ANY OF THE MEMORIALS IN STORE EITHER AT THE PEACOCKS, CIVIC OFFICE OR THE LIGHTBOX)

One of the fallen (Please send us your photos)

George H. Gosden (Addlestone Victory Park Memorial)

gosden

(Copyright K. Smith)

Alfred Wye Medal

medal

(Copyright A. Jones)

Please help us to build these pages by sending us the names or photos of all your memorials around the world.

If you know of the people listed feel free to let us know so that we can post it online. We will accept your contributions from anywhere in the world as we have no boundaries when it comes to knowledge. Our furthest photographic contributions so far have been from New Zealand.

This will help us to provide you with an unrivalled local history archive 'free' on the web.

PLEASE EMAIL US NAMES AND ANY PHOTOS

YOU HAVE TO goldsworthpark@yahoo.co.uk

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(Photo Copyright A. Jones/GPCA)

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FEEL FREE TO COPY THEM FOR YOUR OWN RESEARCH.

IF YOU ARE GOING TO PUBLISH THEM ASK PERMISSION FROM US FIRST. BE AWARE THAT WE MAY HAVE MADE MISTAKES AND ALSO THE MEMORIAL ITSELF MAY BE INACCURATE, SO CHECK IT FOR YOURSELF ONSITE FIRST PLEASE.

MOST OF THE LOCAL MEMORIALS I VISITED ARE OUTSIDE AND SOME ARE SUFFERING, FOR EXAMPLE WOODHAM, WHERE I HAD TO FEEL THE LETTERS IN PLACES WHERE THEY WERE NOT EASY TO READ. ALSO THEY HAVE ALL BEEN COPIED FOR PROSPERITY BY SEVERAL AUTHORITIES, BUT THEY HAD NOT BEEN PUT ONLINE FOR EVERYONE TO SEARCH THEM EASILY. DOING SO WILL ENABLE READERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD TO RESEARCH THEM ONLINE EITHER FOR FAMILY OR HISTORICAL INVESTIGATIONS.

WHERE WE HAVE LINKED TO INFO ON ANOTHER WEBSITE THEN THAT IS OUR BEST ''GUESS'' AS TO THE CORRECT PERSON AND HAS NOT BEEN DOUBLE-CHECKED OR CONFIRMED AT ALL. THE DATA WE WERE WORKING ON MAY HAVE BEEN WRONG OR MISSING. IF YOU KNOW THE CORRECT NAME OR NAMES THEN PLEASE TELL US. PLEASE CHECK THESE NAMES FOR YOURSELF AND THEN EMAIL US IF YOU HAVE MORE INFO.

BROOKWOOD CEMETERY and RUNNYMEDE RAF MEMORIAL are too big to list fully here. A good website to search for names thereis the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

BBC VIRTUAL MEMORIAL - BBC WW1 HISTORY - BBC WW2 HISTORY

HERE IS A BBC STORY ABOUT THE STATE OF MEMORIALS IN THE U.K.

UKNIWM

WAR MEMORIALS.ORG

IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM

http://www.britishwargraves.org.uk

http://ww1cemeteries.com

http://www.cwgc.co.uk

http://www.angloboerwar.com
http://www.australianwargraves.org
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/firstworldwar/index-e.html
http://www.forthefallen.co.uk
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk
http://www.roll-of-honour.com
http://www.gommecourt.co.uk
http://www.bedfordregiment.org.uk
http://www.thequeensownbuffs.com
http://www.memorialtranscripts.co.uk/
http://www.ww1photos.com
http://www.uboat.net/wwi

Central Council of Church Bell Ringers Roll of Honour
http://www.cccbr.org.uk/rollsofhonour/greatwar/

Geoff’s 1914-1921 Search Engine
http://www.hut-six.co.uk/cgi-bin/search14-21.php

Gloucester Regiment Casualties
http://members.tripod.com/~Glosters/memindex3.htm

Great War Forum
http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/

Great War Primary Documents Archive
http://www.gwpda.org

London Gazette
http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk

Long, Long Trail
http://www.1914-1918.net

Manchester Regiment
http://www.themanchesters.org

Medals and Decorations Database

http://www.britishwargraves.org.uk/Medals.asp

National Archives of Australia
http://www.naa.gov.au

Naval Historical Collectors & Research Association
http://www.nhcra-online.org

Naval History
http://www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk

Times Archive
http://www.timesonline.co.uk

War Graves Photographic Project
http://www.twgpp.org.uk

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