An Alphabetical list of those named on the War memorials A complete listing of ALL the names on ALL the local War Memorials with a navigation system to enable you to see the biographical detail on them which has been obtained.
The List of War Memorials
A complete list of the 200 war memorials in the area of all natures, be they the well known village "cenotaphs",
stained glass windows, Honours Boards etc.
Locations and details of the 344 men and women with Comnmonwealth War Grave Commision headstones.
A series of complementary essays giving personal accounts, and wherever possible a local flavour. It is well worth dipping into these very moving stories; they illustrate very clearly the cherished memories that succeeding generations have for their relatives, and contain some evocative photographs. They also show how one can amass a considerable amount of information about relatives who fell in conflict, given the desire and the "sign posts" to the sources of information. ( See the excellent article on this subject entitled "Searching for Information").
A range of other interesting detail including local historical information and slide shows of photographs.
The Last Post
The Front Cover
The Last Post
Searching for Information
A guide to assist in tracing the family history of relatives who have served in the Armed Forces.
A thank you to all of those people and organisations who have made this CD possible.
Similarly you can contact Lancaster Military Heritage Group for further information or to join through Contact.
You can contact the Editor, Jim Dennis through by clicking on Contact. He will be happy to receive additional data and or comments and help you in any way he can.