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We hit the star letter spot in 'Your Family History' magazine this month!

We were kindly mentioned by Joan Clayton who is from the Preston area.


If you see this Joan - Thank you :)


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Thanks folks.

We try our best to get the word out so if you know anyone delving into their family history and who may have relatives on the Prescot Roll of Honour or St Helens Rolls Of Honour sites please pass the links on :)

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Hi Le etc., I for one love your site. So many heartbreaking, but inspiring stories of brave men and women.

Talking of family, I often wish I could get my Mum's cousin, Tom Harmon on there, but I don't know if he qualifies?

He died in WW2, in Burma, he lived in Prescot, but his Aunt, my Grandmother lived in College Street, St. Helens.

His Father, John Harmon is mentioned as also served on The Prescot Roll of Honour.


These are his details taken from The Lancs Fusiliers site.


Lance Corporal, HARMON, THOMAS JOHN,
3454694. 1/8th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. 28th February 1945. Age 28. 19. H. 17
He was the son of John and Lucy Harmon.
Also husband of Annie Harmon.
Father of Lucy and Tommy.
Grandfather of Julie McLellan




While I am here, maybe you missed it, but I mentioned on this other thread,

that there was a lot of great info. on a newspaper obituary for a Cpl. Francis Lee,

which I hadn't seen on his page on SHROH, but maybe useful to you. Check out Post # 36.



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Big Jeff just been looking the Roll of Honour At Thomas Anders RAMC And found out that he was my G/Mothers brother, Her Sister Hannah also lost her husband Jos Webster. Thomas was the son of Joseph Anders and Mary Jane Hattersley formley Battersy

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been to Ashton and bingo found the grave of Matthew Ormrod its Western Side line 2 plot 27 i have a photo of the grave book entry for Matthew and a photo of the grave, the grave as no stone, but still has the base plinth i will give Big Jeff them on Monday p.s. They are good photos thanks to the Family history i used there camera Hope this helps.

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