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Newspaper Death Notices

Newspaper Death Notices
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Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour [Skip to content] You are here » Home » Roll of Honour Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour You can search by name or locate a war memorial on the map, and discover the people, lives and stories behind the names. About the Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour The Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour is a permanent tribute to local men and women who died during the First World War. The project has involved collaboration between eight groups of volunteer information gatherers, led by Dr David Nunn, and Nottinghamshire County Council which has funded the initiative and provided technical expertise. The Roll of Honour was designed to unfold in two phases. The next stage of the project has seen individual stories expanded and brought to life through the addition of biographical detail, narrative, photographs and newspaper extracts as well as entries from diaries and letters. Thank you to the following people for their work on the Roll of Honour to date: Volunteers by District

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