hartleyfamily.uk - The HARTLEY Family Surname War Graves
Have you a HARTLEY ancestor who served in a war, maybe lost his/her life ?

New for 2010, HartleyFamilyOrgUK pays tribute to HARTLEY men and women who died in the two World Wars and in other major conflicts over the past few centuries. The aim is that each of the dead should be commemorated, by name and photo, a permanent e-headstone or e-memorial; uniform, with no distinction of military or civil rank, race or creed Included are instances where remains are missing. On this page you can contribute to the vital role we play in remembering the war dead. This page will be ever expanding, so email your information and headstone/memorial photo now to be included.
Voluntary contributions are welcome to pay for the maintenance of this page and to make sure it is a permanent reminder to future generations [see link below].


Search the Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Debt of Honour Register a database listing the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars and the 23,000 cemeteries, memorials and other locations worldwide where they are commemorated. The register can also be searched for details of the 67,000 Commonwealth civilians who died as a result of enemy action in the Second World War.
Please forward the CWGC link to your HARTLEY ancestor for inclusion on this page.


Nathaniel HARTLEY My Paternal Great Uncle Nathaniel HARTLEY

Unknown HARTLEY Killed in the Korea War. Looking for the family of Charles Walter HARTLEY Born: July 23, 1931 Date of loss; April 23, 1951 MIA Unit: D Company, 724 Ordnance Motor Company, 24th Infantry Division. Service # RA15251880 When he entered service he gave Jackson County, Ohio as his home of record. At the present time our government has no family contact for Cpl. Charles Walter HARTLEY. We need a family member to provide DNA to be used to identify remains if and when they are recovered. Harold Davis hgdavis@bellsouth.net 910-791-2333

Battle of Fromelles Wargrave News: In May 2008, after several years of painstaking research and investigation, a number of burial pits dating from the First World War were identified at Pheasant Wood, near Fromelles in northern France.
In May 2009, archaeologists from Oxford Archaeology began to ex

cavate the pits and by early September they had carefully removed the remains of 250 British and Australian soldiers, buried behind German lines after the Battle of Fromelles in July 1916. The British and Australian governments have asked the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to oversee the operation to recover the remains and to create a new military cemetery at Fromelles for their reburial. With the recovery stage of the project now complete, archaeologists and DNA specialists are examining the remains in an effort to identify the soldiers who will be reinterred in February 2010.
On 19 July 2010, the anniversary of the Battle, a special commemorative event will be held at Fromelles [Pheasant Wood] Military Cemetery. Details of that event can be found here.
For more information about the Fromelles project and to follow progress see the dedicated website at www.cwgc.org/fromelles



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