War dead of Bromyard and District

for us they gave their all : a tribute to the men from within a five mile radius of Bromyard who died in the Wars.
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RHJ Haywood , Bromyard
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Bromyard is a market town in the Bromyard and Winslow civil parish of the county of Herefordshire, is situated in the valley of the River census gives a population of approximately 4, It lies near to the county border with Worcestershire on the A44 between Leominster and rd has a number of traditional half-timbered buildings, including Civil parish: Bromyard and Winslow.

Mandy Palmer, from the Bromyard and District Local History Society, has researched the story of two brothers who died fighting in the First World War. The Battalion finally went to war in Normandy, landing there on D + 7, 13th June The Divisional Commander by this time was Major General ‘Pip’ Roberts who at 37, was one of the youngest Divisional Commanders of the war.

He had gained his spurs in the desert, commanding two separate armoured brigades in Eighth Army. On 22 January, the death of Rifleman Peter Aldridge, a of A Company, 4 Rifles, in a bomb explosion in Sangin, Helmand province while on foot patrol, brought the British death toll since the start of the Afghanistan war to The number of British dead in the country then reached five short of the total who died in the Falklands war.

The History of Herefordshire starts with a shire in the time of Athelstan (–), and Herefordshire is mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in The first Anglo-Saxon settlers, the Magonsætan, were a sub-tribal unit of the Hwicce who occupied the Severn valley.

The Magonsætan were said to be in the intervening lands between the Rivers Wye and Severn. Definitely a good book for a general view on England, and even the general roots of modern western society too.

So a real 'place book', where the place is minutely focused on, but therefore touches on the depths that are common to all. This is a big part of Alan's approach, I think. There you go. After the First World War King George V, in recognition of the contribution made to the British war effort by merchant ships, granted the title of ‘Merchant Navy’ to non-military sailors.

As the outbreak of World War II edged closer inthe British merchant fleet remained the largest in the world, employing somemen and women. The Little Book of Herefordshire is a compendium full of information which will make you say, ‘I never knew that!’Contained within is a plethora of entertaining facts about Herefordshire’s famous and occasionally infamous men and women, its literary, artistic and sporting achievements, customs ancient and modern, transport, battles and ghostly appearances.A reliable reference book and a Pages: These two memorials are found in Perrins Hall, Royal Grammar School, Worcester.

The dates alongside the names are the dates they attended the school. There is also a book In Dedication to a Future World in which the author has researched all the men on the memorials.

The book was written in and there is a detailed introduction with regard. July 10 was a particularly black and infamous day. It was 4am, and the men of 9th Platoon, C Company, 2nd Bn the Rifles were preparing to.

Walter married Experience unknown. Walter married Catherine Aldrich. Walter Cook was born in in England.1 He died on Wednesday, 5 January in Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 77 years Charts.

Ancestry of Robert Roy. Children of Walter Cook and Experience unknown. Hannah Cook+1 ( - b ) John Cook2 (bt Children: Experience Adams, Ebenezer Cook, Hannah Albee, Samuel Cooke, Walter Cook.

during the - 18 Great War. He died on the 7th December,aged We would be honoured to hear more about Jacob's gallantry during the Great War. I am very grateful to Phil for supplying the following link to The London Gazette, issue13th June giving the following information; Serjeant Jacob Metcalf Shropshire Li ght.

The society referred to above is Bromyard & District Local History Society, which Allan joined over 25 years ago on his retirement.

Before that his career fell into two distinct parts. After National Service in the Tank Regiment, Allan got a double first in classics at Cambridge, and came at the top in. The Bridges Family Anna (Bridges, Bateman) Lister-Kaye Birth: Father: Edward Bridges Mother: Anna (Gifford) Bridges Married (1st): Hugh Alleyne Sacheverell Bateman on 7 June in Westminster district, London, was 27 years old and Anna Hugh was born on 31 August in Bath, Somerset, the son of Thomas Keelinge Bateman and Georgiana Bannatyne.

He was. The commemoration marks the end combat operations in Afghanistan as families of the British soldiers killed and veterans join members of the Royal Family in central London, this morning. Reprographics: photography, photocopying and microfilm printing The History of Ewyas Lacy website illustrates the history of this South-West corner of Herefordshire and may be a useful resource for researchers interested in this area; ARCHON code: If you are an archivist or custodian of this archive you can use the archive update form to add or update the details in Discovery.

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DESCENDANTS OF WALTER COOK. Susan Salisbury. Walter Cook was born in /16 in Bromyard, Hertfordshire, England, and came to Mendon, Massachusetts, in This new book traces his descendants for 10 generations down to the present time.

This work is presented in the easy to understand NGHS style, wherein each descendant is numbered. Mullingar, Co. Westmeath [Bibliography] Mullingar Poor Law Union was formed on 1st November and covered an area of square miles.

Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 30 in number, representing its 26 electoral divisions as listed below (figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one). To mark the official end of the Combat Mission in Afghanistan on Decem the Telegraph has gathered tributes from loved ones to honour the service men.

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With an Appendix (London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange, ). PREFACE. Of the three divisions contained in this volume, two have already appeared in print—the first as a separate book, and the second in the shape of review-articles; but the third is new.

With the publication of them in a united form, the issue of the Synthetic Philosophy comes to a close. The series of works included under that title is complete and yet incomplete. The district of Balsall Heath, which had originally constituted the most northerly part of the Parish of King's Norton, was the first area of the county to be added to the newly designated City of Birmingham on 1 October This was followed by the small island of Edvin Loach near Bromyard, which was transferred to Herefordshire in.

Sherborne School, UK, Book of Remembrance for former pupils who died in the First World War, If you have any additional information about this individual, or if you use one of our images, we would love to hear from you.Eye Well, Bromyard (pp) ‘This spring (about half a mile south-west-by-south of Bromyard Church) is on land by the side of the Hereford road The water had for long the reputation of being “good for the eyes” and was used for bathing them up to about twenty years ago [i.e.

c. ]. “Eye Well” has now become erroneously.This is a list of internment and concentration camps, organized by general, a camp or group of camps is designated to the country whose government was responsible for the establishment and/or operation of the camp regardless of the camp's location, but this principle can be, or it can appear to be, departed from in such cases as where a country's borders or name has changed or it.