Sometimes a more successful search can be achieved by entering only a small amount of detail


SURNAME
:  Type full name or use the wildcard *
Eg,    SMI*,   *BERT*,   *SON,  *-RICH (hyphenated surnames).

FORENAMES:   Wildcards are not necessary for forenames.
'frank' will locate John Frank, Frank John, or just Frank.
An initial - finds any forename beginning with that initial.

NUMBER: Type number in full or in part, eg 178*, or *3456.

DATE OF DEATH:   For a precise date enter as 02 Sep 1917.  
Or you could enter   *Sep 1917   or   *1917.

RANK / REGIMENT / CEMETERY: Type a matching phrase such as 'Lieut' (Rank), 'warw' (Regiment), 'menin' (Cemetery).  A pop-up list will appear. For a full search, keep the cursor away from the pop-up list and press ENTER. For a more specific search, click an item from the pop-up list and press ENTER.

PHOTOS: Click to identify casualties with photos.

When switching between searches in Bucks Remembers and Clint's Roll of Honour, you will see the Surname and/or the Forename of the last search repeated in the new search. This is to remind you of the name you are searching and help you to set up a new search more quickly. This feature only applies to the names of individuals. If, after switching, you want to clear the names then click on 'Reset'.
 

Surname
 

                                                           

Forenames

Rank

Number

Date of death

Regiment

Cemetery

Photos

                                                                                   

 

- For searches resulting in more than 1000 matches (eg. rank='private') the records are divided into sections which can be accessed by using the 'Show more results' and the 'Back' buttons.
- A '(d)' against a name denotes that the casualty is duplicated on one or more memorials.
- Click on any underlined link for more detailed information.