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Search 5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment Men Who Died WW1

This database contains details of the men who served in the 5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment and died during the First World War. Links to any war memorials in the United Kingdom that these men are known to exist on are also provided plus photographs of either the men of their graves.

Database contains 336 records - 27 April, 2020


This database was compiled by Martin Edwards. It is currently being updated regularly. For further details of the Bedfordshire Regiment see the Regiments section.

Entries are taken from the 'Soldiers Died in the Great War' CD and the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Additional information has then been drawn from other reference documents, for example, National Roll of the Great War and de Ruvigny's.

Links are provided to the war memorials that exist on-line for these men wherever pertinent and any photographs also linked. Hopefully this will provide a comprehensive set of information.

Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Regimental Museum
Luton Museum
Wardown Park

The Regimental museum collection is housed in the Luton Museum and a gallery is devoted to the history and achievements of the Regiment from 1688 to 1950s. There are displays on the Boer War, World War 1 and World War 2, featuring medals, uniforms, weapons, and equipments.

Tel: (01582) 546719

For further details of the museum see the MOD website.

See also Steve Fuller's The Bedfordshire Regiment in the Great War

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