Listed here, to help you, are some of the websites associated with this one which you may find useful.
|North East War Memorials Project||The North East War memorials
Project (NEWMP) aims to record every War Memorial between the River
Tweed and the River Tees. The NEWMP is intended to assist the public,
Local History Groups and Schools, to learn about and research their
neighbourhood War Memorials, and record the results.
|The Ryedale Family History Group||A group is established to help members to further their
research into family and local history in the Ryedale area of North
|Walking With Ghosts||A website provided by the Regimental
Museum of the Green Howards designed to people discover something
about the technology of warfare, and how it affected people's lives,
in the First World War and after.
|The Regimental Museum of the Green Howards||The Museum for the famous North Yorkshire infantry regiment.
|The Cleveland Family History Society||The Society is more formally known
as The Cleveland, North Yorkshire and South Durham Family History Society.
|Commonwealth War Graves Commission||A vital website for researching information on those
who fell in the service of their Country, from the First World War onwards.
|War Memorials Trust|| War Memorials Trust is the only charity
working solely to protect and conserve the estimated 65,000 War Memorials
in the UK.
|WW1Cemeteries.com||A site of remembrance, and a comprehensive guide to the
military cemeteries and memorials of Belgium, France, Great Britain
and throughout the world.
|The 1st/4th Battalion, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment||A website by Bill Danby providing the
history of the 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment in the First World War.
This website lists all the dead Other Ranks, with details of the date
of death and where they died.
|Bill Danby's Website for Skelton||Bill Danby has an exceptionally comprehensive website
covering Skelton, - http://homepage.ntlworld.com/bandl.danby/,
and one of the pages on this website provides data on the names on the
in All Saints' Church (New) in Skelton.
|The Northallerton War Memorials Project||Steve Metcalfe's website for the Northallerton,
Brompton, and Romanby War Memorials.
|Dave Morris' Website for War Memorials in the Tadcaster area.||Dave Morris runs a very comprehensive website for War
Memorials in the Tadcaster area, - http://www.tadcaster-ww1-memorials.com/,
and this includes a
page for Healaugh, where further information on the Brooksbank brothers
can be found.
|The Roll of Honour||This site is dedicated to those men
and women who fell fighting for their country. Recorded here are various
war memorials within a variety of counties.
|Fricourt and Mametz Battlefields||A full description of the battlefields of Fricourt and
Mametz. The 7th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment suffered grievously
on 1st July 1916 at Fricourt.
|Craven's Part in the Great War||A website dedicated to the memories
of the men and women from the Craven district (Wensleydale and Skipton
area of Yorkshire) who gave their lives for king and country in the
First World War, 1914 -1919.
|United Kingdom National Inventory of War Memorials||Records of war memorials commemorating all wars located
throughout the United Kingdom. They range from familiar community crosses
and statues to less common memorials like bus shelters, sundials, park
benches and even an island.
|The Imperial War Museum||The Museum spans a huge range of activities
not only at its main London location but also at its four further branches:
the Cabinet War Rooms in Whitehall, the historic ship HMS Belfast, moored
in the Pool of London, Imperial War Museum Duxford near Cambridge, and
Imperial War Museum North in Trafford. The information on its website
tells you about the permanent displays, the archives, special exhibitions,
forthcoming events, education programmes, and other matters relating
|Soldiers Died in the Great War||The website for the CD-ROM that lists over 700,000 casualties
of the First World War.
|Buckinghamshire Remembers||A website devoted to paying homage
to Buckinghamshire men who paid the supreme sacrifice and never lived
to enjoy the relative peace that followed. The website contains photos
of many Buckinghamshire War Memorials, and has a search facility to
locate the names of the men recorded on these memorials.
|Remembering those of Cheltenham....||A most comprehensive website, worth visiting for its
full coverage of many other aspects of the First World War, - such as
the medals, commemorations, posters etc. This website provides information
on over 1,650 Cheltonians who lost their lives in the First World War
and are commemorated on the various memorials in the area.
Green Howards & Friends of the Green Howards Museum Newsletters
||The Green Howard is a magazine that
is designed to keep former Green Howards in touch with the Regiment,
as well as being the magazine for all Friends of the Green Howards Regimental
Museum. As such, it combines elements of the former Friends of the Green
Howards Museum Newsletter and the former Green Howards Gazette.
||The case for a National War memorial Renovation Programme
over the next eight years.
|The Brompton-on Swale War Memorial||Peter Hodgson (<email@example.com>)
has set up a website in which the names on the Brompton-on-Swale War
Memorial are listed, together with their details. This websitre is complemented
by a document which presents some very full research into the names
on the memorial from both the First and Second World Wars.
|Bradford WW1, - Social, Local and Family History Research||This website provides insight into the events and circumstances
faced by the people living in Bradford and surrounding districts during
the First World War.
it includes a page in a Blog remembering the outbreak of the First World War, and which specifically refers to the Yorkshire Regiment WW1 Remembrance website.
|The Enfield Roll of Honour||The names of those from the parish
of St. Andrew's, Enfield, who lost their lives in both World Wars and
|World War One Battlefields||This website aims to share the interest and experiences
of Alan Jennings in touring the battlefields of the Western Front. There
is a wealth of information, including many photographs, of the battlefields
of Flanders, the Somme and Verdun plus many others.
|The Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project||The Church History Project was set up in 1998 in conjunction
with the University of Nottingham to provide an accurate historical
and archaeological record for each church and church site within the
Details of War Memorials associated with churches in this project are provided, complete with photographic records and transcriptions.