The CWGC have placed new headstones
for two recently commemorated men with Guernsey connections
this week: AB John Helman at St Andrew's Churchyard
and Corporal Alfred William Hannis at Candie Cemetery.
All the remaining British, and some French,
graves on the Western Front have now been visited and
photographed following visits in June & October
2014 & May & June 2015. More UK men also have
had photographs added to our Rolls of Honour.
The Salvation Army in The Great War - Featuring
the work of Ada Le Poidevin
Group Journal no.
60 is now available
Jersey Heritage WWI
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
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.
35 men on the Guernsey Roll of Honour
and and 50 on the Jersey Roll of Honour lost their lives
in May 1916