After the Great War, councils and local parishes erected a lot of monuments as a tribute to those who fought and/or to those who didn't return. This CD contains inscriptions of those that were erected in Chatham (Kent), Plymouth (Devon), and Portsmouth (Hampshire). Those listed come from all of over the British Isles.
This CD contains lists of officers and men of the Royal Navy who died at sea. Each entry includes: name, rank, place of service, names of immediate family, address, date and circumstances of death (available information varies). Also includes illustrations, maps and a history of the memorials.
A huge book of over 1500 pages, this CD contains high quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. It has been bookmarked for easy navigation, and pages can be searched, browsed, enlarged and printed out if required.
BROADWAY, P.O. Albert William, J/2128, D.S.M. R.N. H.M. S/M. "G7." Killed in loss of vessel of Oxford. Eldest son of William and Annie L. Broadway; husband of Edith Rose Broadway, or 17, Cripley Road., Osney, Oxford. 28.
MACLEOD, Smn. Angus, 2020.D. R.N.R. H.M.A. "Vernon". Drowned in wreck on H.M. Yacht "Iolaire" at Stornoway 1st Jan, 1919. Age 51. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter MacLeod, of 11, South Shawbost, Stornoway, Ross-shire.
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