You can search and view Wakefield burial records for free. There are many cemeteries from the Wakefield area included. You can search by cemetery or name. Altofts 2000-present Alverthorpe 1955-present Castleford (All Cemeteries) 1979-present Castleford (New Extension) 1929-present Castleford (New) 1884-present Castleford (Old) 1857-present Crigglestone 1882-present Featherstone 1905-present Ferrybridge 1924-present Hemsworth 1896-present Horbury 1897-present Knottingley [...]

The Essex Regiment website covers Essex military up to the end of WWI. The main focus is the Essex Regiment and its predecessors the 44th East Essex Regiment and the 56th West Essex Regiment plus a variety of Militia Groups going back to the English Civil War. Visit Website

Doncaster 1914-1918 is the place to read and/or add stories from WWI. You can view WWI people, places, subjects and timelines. The project encourages Doncaster people and those with connections to the area to research and share their own First World War stories. Visit Website

Memento Mori has PDF files for all of the following Scottish burial grounds. Aberfoyle Cemetery & Churchyard Airth Cemetery & Churchyard Alva Cemetery Alva Churchyard Auld Isle Cemetery & Burial Ground Baillieston Crosshill Churchyard Baillieston St. John's Churchyard Baldernock Cemetery & Churchyard Balfron Churchyard Ballengeich Cemetery Bannockburn Cemetery Bathgate (High or New) Churchyard Bathgate (Kirkton [...]

Sheffield did not have a separate court of Quarter Sessions until September 1880. Below are the calendars of prisoners from the Sheffield Quarter Sessions between 1880-1912. All files are in PDF format. Quarter Sessions (A-J Defendant) (PDF, 1732 KB) Index to Calendars of Prisoners, Sheffield Quarter Sessions (Defendant surname A-J), 1880 – 1912 Quarter Sessions [...]

The Ecclesall Bierlow Union was formed in 1837 under an order of the Poor Law Commissioners. It comprised the townships of Ecclesall Bierlow, Upper and Nether Hallam, Dore, Totley, the parish of Norton, and Beauchief Liberty. The workhouse was built 1842 -1843 at Cherrytree Hill to replace an old workhouse in Psalter Lane. 1881 Residents [...]

There was a General Election in 1918 and all those away from their place of residence, including all men in the army, were listed on Leeds Absent Voters Lists. These usually recorded the man's regiment, number and rank at the time. Men had to be over 21 years of age to vote. Please note that [...]

Search and view the records of around 110,000 men who joined the Royal Marines between 1842 and 1925. The information in these records typically includes: date and place of birth occupation religion date and place of enlistment physical description names of ships and shore stations served on details of conduct or promotion medal entitlement Visit [...]

If you have ancestors who served in WWI, then Lives of the First World War is one resource you should check out. There are over 7 million life stories, more than 158,000 lives remembered, almost 800,000 facts and over 2,500 communities which you can learn from and/or contribute to. Many records are free, but some [...]

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