site is dedicated to those men and women who fell fighting
for their country. Recorded here are various war memorials
within a variety of counties, it is fully intended to complete
as many war memorials in the United Kingdom as possible. The
counties and the war memorials completed for each are listed
on a separate page.
Photographs have been taken of the majority of the memorials,
details of the men included and their photographs where possible.
All counties are based on the pre-1974 reorganisation of the
political divisions in the United Kingdom. The main sections
have a menu at the top of the page of sections
that are available, these are on drop down lists. A site
map has been provided as well.
war memorials and rolls of honour cover a variety of Regiments,
air bases as well as the memorials and cemeteries in the countries
overseas where the men fell.
of the information has been found using the Commonwealth
War Graves Commission site. To supplement this information
the Soldiers Died in the Great War CD's and the Roll of Honour
books all available from Naval
& Military Press were also used. Other resources
include the London Gazette, Local Newspapers, facts from family
member's and various other pieces of information from old
books and magazines.
the information here has been supplied by volunteers. If you
have any information about the various items appearing here
or wish to supply information then please use the feedback
form. We will publish searchable databases and war memorials
plus photographs accreditation being to those who own or have
supplied the various content.
those of you wanting to visit the places where these men and
women are buried we have compiled a page devoted to Tour
companies that specialise in this area.
of this web site
promotes historical knowledge as a tool for peace and understanding
between peoples and nations.
not seek to glorify the British Empire or any form of imperialism.
does not seek to glorify war, or advocate war as a solution
uses crown icons and other royal/imperial symbols as an
historical device, and not a political statement.
to be as accurate as possible but sometimes is not; any
entries that are erroneous will be changed in the fullness
of time given notification
Lists Spreadsheets hosted on behalf of Diane (Bardess) - compiled
from casualty lists uploaded to the Great War Forum. Please
click the following link to download the spreadsheet
(10.1Mb) - Casualty Lists. The spreadsheet was last updated
on Tuesday 28th July 2009. Hyperlinks are provided to the
National Archives' Medal Index Cards and, where appropriate,
the CWGC 'Debt of Honour Register'. Great work, Diane!
to the lask of resource it is not always possible for us to
reply to emails, especially research of individuals. We are
not a full-time organisation with staff, we are amateurs trying
to collate as much information as we can. As such we research
memorials as and when we can. The volume of emails received
precludes us from answering all but we do try.
people are looking, for a variety of reasons, for various
families of those who died in conflict. The latest requests
are held on the Information Requests
are always looking for volunteers to help. All information
included on the site is accredited to the person who worked
on it. You need help with transciptions, research and photographs.
the site owner, Martin
Edwards, if you are interested in helping. There is a
Template available for those who wish to you use it to
transcribe. If you left click on the link (not right) it will
load into Word and you can save it into your templates folder
as a base for new transcription documents.
we have a huge backlog of around 10,000+ emails to get through
containing new memorials and amendments. As we are volunteers
we can only devote so much of our spare time to this so please
bear with us. Although we do try to reply to emails the volume
is such that we cannot guarantee a response, sorry but there
is a huge amount of emails coming in and it is just not possible.
2 September, 2015