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News - November 2011 - February 2012

February

From Kay's list (see below) and information from Chris Tipper we are going to include George Henry Tipper in the book; his address was given as Tutbury Road, Hatton (a number on the War Memorial were from what would now be called Hatton) and he died aged 23 in August, 1918 in the "Great Push to Victory" as it was known.

February

Kay (who has supplied us with much excellent information in the past) has told us of another group of individuals who were born in Tutbury and died in WWI but are not on the War Memorial who will be worth investigating.  It may be that they moved away from Tutbury and hence were not included but we will attempt to identify them and included them in the book where it is fitting.

February

Contacted the Oddfellows to see if they had any information about their members in Tutbury in WWI and the former Oddfellows Hall in Tutbury - all their relevant archives are already in the Tutbury Museum but this also lead to contact with Chris Tipper whose family comes from Tutbury and who is related in various ways to some of the WWI casualties.

February

A number of contacts with and briefing papers for the Parish Council and Civic Society suggesting that it would be a mark of respect to have the War Memorial at St. Mary's. renovated in time for the centenary of the start of the First World War in two years time.

20-Feb

Main website page updated to recognise that some of the men in WWI were from the Hatton area - just across the river.

16-Feb

Magic Attic again for WWII newspaper copying - only 13 names to find but only 9 are actually available - the others must not have been reported to the papers.

7-15 Feb

In touch with Canadian researchers in an attempt to find out what happened to Harry Walker - so far no success.

08-Feb

Burton Mail article about renovating the War memorial in time for the centenary of the start of WWI

07-Feb

Magic Attic again for WWI newspaper copying - copied the last available articles and some for the wounded

24-Jan

Magic Attic again for WWI newspaper copying

21-Jan

first visit to the Magic Attic - found that they had a full set of newspaper clippings from WWI and WWII for KIA

18-Jan

Visit to Etwall Church to look at their Book of Remembrance - much hard work and travel had been put into its creation

01-Jan

Article in Hilton and Dove Valley News about War Memorial Names Project

01-Jan

Article in Tutbury Village News about War Memorial Names Project

2012


22-Nov

Article in the Burton Mail about War Memorial Names Project

11-Nov

Article in the Sunderland Echo announces CWGC to put 'War Graves' notices on all UK cemeteries  with War Graves

2011


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