Along the Pentland Road, 25 May 2017

Monday, 17 August 2009

Roll of Honour

The Roll of Honour for the Isle of Lewis 1914-1919 has been published on-line on this link. It is a straight transcription, with some paraphrasing here and there to condense wordy descriptions. Otherwise, no information has been added that was not in the copy, residing in Stornoway Library.

More extensive information on men that died as a result of the war has been collected in the Faces from the War Memorial site.

3 comments:

  1. It is a shame that more attention is not paid to the allied veterans of World Wars I and II. Thankfully, pictures like this all over the United Kingdom and Europe still proudly serve as a reminder.

    Jimmy

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  2. What an interesting site & very informative site. By looking at similar sites, my husband has gound out some details that were previously unknown about his brother's death in Viet Nam. There just isn't enough public information about some of these fellows. More & more is coming out every day.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Barb * queenb

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  3. dear Guido, I second what Jimmy said wholeheartedly!
    Good Job Guido!
    natalie

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