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Guernsey Memorials/War Graves


guernseyliz
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Hi. With the help of a friend I'm attempting to photograph and transcribe all the First World War memorials in Guernsey, plus any CWGC burials and private monuments that I might come across. What has been done so far can be found at www.adaswar.net/extras.htm, but is growing all the time. Hopefully it will eventually be migrated to its own site. In the meantime if anyone has any further information/would like to correct any entries I would be pleased to hear from them. Similarly if you require any info/pix I will be happy to share with you any info that I have.

Best wishes

Liz

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  • 6 months later...

This seems to have passed us all by.

I have just had a look at the website produced by Liz and think it is worthy of the forum's attention.

Don't miss the audio and video trailers at the bottom of this page.

It really is an interesting story.

Mike

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The CEF Study Group has added the following abstract - Borden Battery

Ada's War Salvation Army

This simple website is about Ada Le Poidevin, a young Guernsey Salvationist and her work in England, France and Belgium during and after the Great War. This project website has broadened to investigate the work of Salvation Army women in Northern France. [August 2006]

http://www.adaswar.net/index.htm

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