Guernsey bells ring in tribute
to WW1 dead
On 4th August the bells of Town Church, St Peter Port
will ring to remember each of the Guernsey dead of the
New books from Group members - More
7th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, can
you identify these men?
Alderneymen in 1917, can
you identify any of them?
yet unidentified - 635 Sgt Chester Cecil Church,
30th Bn, AIF
Alderney Museum has a World War 1 commemoration
display this summer
A new website has been recently added
to our Links menu for the UK. Titled British Military
Nurses, it may help those site visitors who are
looking to discover something of the nursing roles that
their great-grandmother or great aunt undertook during
the Great War. Additionally, this new website also contains
a list of the various Hospitals that had existed in
1917, throughout the United Kingdom and the Channel
Islands. The website is well worth visiting.
All the remaining British, and some French,
graves on the Western Front have now been visited and
photographed following a visit in June 2014. More UK
men also have had photographs added to our Rolls of
Spring 2013 has added some of the few
remaining UK headstone photographs to be added to our
Rolls of Honour
Welcome to the Channel Islands
Great War Study Group website
The main aim of the group is to improve understanding
and knowledge of the impact of the Great War on the
Channel Islands and their people.
If you have any queries, would like
to join the group or contribute information, please
in all Rolls is being expanded as families contact us.
This work continues.