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Shropshire War Memorial, created in 2009, by Neil Evans, is intended to remember any individual who lived in Shropshire, or is remembered within Shropshire, regardless of conflict.
Research into the war dead of the county began in 2006, by Neil and in September, 2011, Phil Morris, who started researching in 2000, decided to work together to find the best way to not only remember our war dead, but to make our research available to all.
In order to reach out to the community, share our knowledge and research, we joined together with St. Chad’s, Shrewsbury. We are currently putting the final touches to a new county roll of honour, which will be available for all to view in St. Chad’s, Shrewsbury.
We have fully indexed and photographed the Wellington Journal and Shrewsbury News from both wars. We have photographed every war grave in the county and researched over 350 war memorials, and any other items of remembrance.
If you have a relative from Shropshire, who died, and can provide me with information, or are in search of information, or alternatively would like any photographs then please contact us.
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