Links & Other Items
Through the collection of memories, pictures and the individual information available, this website hopes to provide its visitors a place to further remember all those who served and died in WW I and WW II.
Care has been taken with the transcription of information from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, other web sites, books and newspaper articles, please check with the acknowledged sources listed on this website, for more detailed information and updates.
The information search centre for those looking for further details regards
Commonwealth soldiers and citizens who died in the service of their country.
This site can be searched by casualty, for details, and by cemetery,
for pictures and plans of grave locations.
For full, insightful information and pictures of those Royal Naval Volunteer
Reserve's who served in Kitchener's Royal Naval Division.
For a picture of the memorial to the "Barnsley Pals"
13th and 14th Service Battalions in Sheffield Memorial Park, Serre
and the Regimental War Diary transcriptions for the first days of
the Somme and more interesting links.
The War Graves Photographic Project aim is to establish a photographic
record of the Graves and Memorials of all those who died
serving their country.
WW I British Army Service Records
List of Hoyland area Soldiers service and pension records
Weston Park, Sheffield
Memorial to the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men of
the York and Lancaster Regiment who fell in WWI and WWII.
Great War Roll of Honour
Hoyland Nether Town Hall.
Barnsley Pals Battalion Colours
St. Mary's Church Barnsley.
Pals Memorial, Wombwell
Memorial to the Barnsley Pals in Wombwell Cemetery.
Civilian War Dead
Rememberance of those who died during times of War
Pont Remy, France
The Barnsley Pals arrived here March 19, 1916.
Remnants of war still being found by farmers today.
Pals Memorial, France
Memorial to the Barnsley Pals at Railway Hollow.
Maintenance of gravestones
Repairs taking place at Bethune Town Cemetery.
Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial
On July 1st, 1916, the 1st Bn. Newfoundland Regiment went into battle here.
The result of an under ground mine detonated on July 1st, 1916.
This April, 1917, Canadian Victory was a turning point in the Great War
and a defining moment for Canada.
A Great War Poet, at rest in Wimereux Cemetery.
The following links may help you find that cemetery you wish to visit,
please note, travel restrictions may be in effect in some countries,
check with your travel agent for details.
Belgium - Canada - Egypt - England - France - Germany - Greece
Hong Kong - India - Iran - Iraq - Israel - Italy - Macedonia - Myanmar
Netherlands - Poland - South Africa - Thailand -Trinidad & Tobago - Turkey.
Original War Graves|
A record of some of the original war graves that were established during
the Great War.
For pictures of what's probably the only original grave marker still in
existance visit, www.carlscam.com