Author Topic: SUFFOLK ROLLS OF HONOUR FOR WW1 AND WW2.  (Read 213 times)

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SUFFOLK ROLLS OF HONOUR FOR WW1 AND WW2.
« on: Saturday 16 September 17 16:08 BST (UK) »
I have one each of the above.  They came with the EADT a couple of years or so ago.

The WW1 issue has listed the 10,626 (inc civilians) that died.

The WW2 issue has listed the 3,464 (inc civilians) that died.

They were produced in conjunction with Suffolk County Council and I'm not claiming them to be 100% accurate, there is the odd repeat that I noticed.

Each Parish is listed alphabetically with their respective losses.

If any Rootschatter wishes to receive one or both please ask.  Location for collection is the Western end of the Shotley  peninsular or, can post.

Regards, Andrew.
BAYRAM, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire (and anywhere else...).
SUCKLING,  Suffolk (and anywhere else...)

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