Local War Memorial Publications

Every One A Hero – Stoke Poges in the Great War

Lionel Rigby
published by Phillimore & Co Ltd

Burnham, Cippenham and Hitcham War Heroes

Dorothy Blackman
published by Basingstoke Press

Their Names Shall be Carved in Stone [Eton Wick and Boveney]

Frank Bond
published by The Amadeus Press

The Men of Wooburn War Memorial

Barrie Thorpe
printed by Clays Ltd, St Ives

The Stewkley Lads Fallen in the Great War

John Sheldon, Stewkley Local History Group
published by Moreton Press, Buckingham

Penn & Tylers Green in the Great War and the Men Who Did Not Return

Ronald Saunders
published Penn & Tylers Green Residents Society

To The Front and Back: Four and a Half Years in the Life of an Infantryman
[Aston Abbotts]

Peter Kent
published by Parchment Press, Oxford

No Finer Courage – A Village in the Great War [The Lee]

Michael Senior
published by Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud

Lest We Forget – the Men and Women on Aylesbury Town War Memorial

David Pickup

Our Village Heroes: Dinton and Ford War Memorials

David Pickup

Stone and Bishopstone War Memorials

David Pickup

Fulmer’s Fallen

Edward Guinness and Kenneth Peters

Your Loving Brother Albert : The letters of Albert French boy soldier 1915–1916 [Wolverton]

Edited by Roger Kitchen October 1983

We Will Remember Them [Iver & Iver Heath]

Stella Rowlands

A Great Loss [the Wendover War Memorial]

Valerie Moir

Call to Arms : Buckinghamshire Citizen Soldiers

Ian Beckett
published by Barracuda Books Ltd, Buckingham

The Forgotten Fallen – The War Memorial Weedon

Ralph Followell (unpublished)

My Diary Experiences of World War I

Ernest (Barney) Stapleton
published by Newport Pagnell Historical Society

In Memory of those Men of Chesham Bois Parish who served and fell in the Great War of 1914–1918

Roger Cook

Duty and Service: Letters from the Front

Lionel W Crouch
available on internet (eg. Amazon Books, Internet Archive)

The Chalfonts and Gerrards Cross at War

D.J. Kelly

Waddesdon – The Golden Years 1874–1925

Norman Carr & Ivor Gurney

For the village of Maids Morton and its men who fought & died in the
Great War 1914–1918

Pam Smith (privately published 1998, contact Maids Moreton Parish Council)

Lest we Forget – The Fallen of Waddesdon, Westcott, Upper Winchendon, and Woodham in the Two World Wars

Ivor Gurney and Norman Carr

Ten Hedgerley Men from the Great War

Hedgerley Historical Society

Holmer Green, Heroes of WW1

Stuart King & Christopher Peers

Amersham Remembered

Chiltern U3A

Chesham at War 1914–1918

Lesley Perry

Winslow Fallen in the Great War

Mark Randall

Great Missenden in World War I

Jill Pateman

Whitchurch, The Fallen and the First World War

Ian FW Beckett

We Shall Remember Them
The Men of the Buckingham Parish Who Gave Their Lives in WWI

John Norman

Wendover Remembers 1914 – 1919

Val Moir and Mike Senior

Iver War Dead 1914 – 1918

Tanya Britton