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St Mary Bourne

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Hampshire

England

Binley, Dunley, Egbury, Stoke, Swampton, Wick (or Week)


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St Mary Bourne

The website, St Mary Bourne Goes To War, (which includes a blog) was launched on 28 June 2014 by the newly formed St Mary Bourne history group. The initial aim is to identify the 234 people on the Roll of Honour who took part in the First World War.

Through work on the village in 1914-1919, it is hoped to stimulate more general interest in the history of the village.

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stmarybournegoestowar.net/

StMaryBourneHistory


@SMBGoesToWar






2014

Active

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Plans:

1. Writing almost daily blog posts on the village at war, day by day.

2. Putting records onto central database



stmarybourne@oneplacestudy.org


20 Sep 2014

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