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Do you have WW1 Wilts soldier / 1 buried in Wilts

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jansmith Report 13 Mar 2013 12:56



LadyKira Report 15 Nov 2012 22:55

I requested to join but I am still waiting for a password.
I have a large group in Mereworth.


jansmith Report 15 Nov 2012 22:42



KathleenBell Report 15 Nov 2012 16:21

Thank you for this link. My ancestors were from Wiltshire.

My great uncle died in Mesopotamia in 1915 and although I knew his name was on a memorial in Basra (Iraq) and have a photo of this, I didn't know his name was also on the war memorial in Warminster, which I found on the site you mention.

Thanks again for this.

Kath. x


jansmith Report 15 Nov 2012 14:48

Hope you find the site useful. I do not come from Wiltshire (just live here now) and saw the article in the local paper


LadyKira Report 14 Nov 2012 23:40

Thank you :-D :-D


jansmith Report 11 Nov 2012 22:12

New web site for soldiers with a Wiltshire connection. Men from Wiltshire or who died in Wiltshire during conflict. Local paper reports it also has names of more than 600 Australians,250 Canadians,150 New Zealanders 20 Americans,20 South Africans and 1 Russian from WW1 who are all buried in Wiltshire