Links

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Amersham Remembers

List of Etonians who fought in the great war

Ancestry.co.uk

Lost the Plot (High Wycombe Cemetery)

Australian Soldiers Buried in UK

Men of Worth, Worth Valley, West Yorks

Australian War Memorial

Milton Keynes Heritage Association

Buckinghamshire County Library Service

NCA History

Barwick in Elmet & Scholes War Memorials website

National Archives of Australia

Buckinghamshire County Museum

North East War Memorials Project

Buckinghamshire Family History Society

North Yorkshire War Memorials

Buckinghamshire Military Museum Trust

Old Front Line Battlefields of WW1

Bucks Churches (incorporates Stained Glass of Buckinghamshire Churches)

RAMC in the Great War

Bucks Herald

Roll of Honour

Canadian Great War Project

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Trust (SOFO)

Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Sharing Wycombe's Old Photos

Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

Slough History on Line

Commemorating WW1 Ringers (North Bucks)

Stewkley Local History Group

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Tadcaster WW1 Memorials

Craven's Part in the Great War

The Bedfordshire Regiment in the Great War

Fenny Stratford in the Great War

The Long,Long Trail

Find a soldier's Will - in your browser use
https://gov.uk/probate-search 

The National Archives

Flackwell Heath & Loudwater War Memorials

The Royal British Legion

Geoff's Search Engine

Tingewick Soldiers

Imperial War Museum

Tombstones and Monumental Inscriptions

In Memory

The Western Front Association

Jack Clegg Memorial Database
(Royal Naval Division via Ancestry)

The Woburn Sands Collection

John Hampden Grammar School, High Wycombe

UK War Memorials

Kent War Memorial Transcription Project

Wokingham Remembers

Leaving Cheltenham.....and all that was dear

World War One cemeteries

Library and Archives Canada

 

Lijssenthoek Project