Dromore Church

Robert Crowe, my 2nd great-grandfather was born in Tyrone, Ireland about 1841. He was the son of James Crowe. He married Mary Rodgers in Tyrone on 4 Sep 1855. This would have made him 14 years old, so perhaps his birth date is incorrect. What we do know is that on 20 Feb 1860 he... Continue Reading →

Montgomery Crowe

Today, Montgomery Crowe was added to the United Kingdom Book of Remembrance which commemorates, as of this date, 361 United Kingdom casualties of the two World Wars who were not previously recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The men and women remembered here are presently commemorated solely by their database and register entry. The Commission... Continue Reading →

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Researching and remembering the people of Sevenoaks, Kent during the First World War

HistorianRuby: An Historian's Miscellany

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