Issue 54
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World War 1 Medals

Seamen's Records

Remembering Jack Stentiford

Prisoners of War

Remembering Edwin Stentiford

William Stenniford

 

 

Over the years, we have had good reason to  be very grateful to Stentiford descendent Roy Hewitt for the work he has done on creating Memorial pages for family members who fell in the two World Wars. Not only has he written about them, he has visited the battle field cemeteries with his wife Pat, and together, they have placed poppies at the monuments or war graves where each of these men is remembered. Very few, if any,  relatives would have had an opportunity to travel to France to do this for their loved ones in the last century.

In this Issue, we remember two more family members commemorated by Roy and Pat and a third man, William Stenniford, whose memorial was found, almost by chance, by a friend of Roy's - Eddie Lyons, who also has our thanks. Eddie knew that Roy was interested in Stentiford memorials and, on a visit of his own to a battle field cemetery, just happened to notice this odd variation of the name which he photographed. He contacted Roy on his return home and helped to unearth a very complex Stentiford name-change trail indeed. 

Keep in touch,

Muriel and Richard

 

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World War 1 Medals

Seamen's Records

Remembering Jack Stentiford

Prisoners of War

Remembering Edwin Stentiford

William Stenniford

 

 

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