Is your ancestor commemorated on a war memorial? Search through war memorials containing names from the Napoleonic War through to the Korean War from over 40 parishes in Middlesex.
Each record will provide you with a transcript of the individual entry from the war memorial, as well as a full transcript of all the names that appeared alongside your ancestor on the memorial. The transcript will include a link from the West Middlesex Family History Society providing greater detail about the memorial such as the memorial’s location and explanations of abbreviations.
County and country
Memorial type – description of the physical memorial such as a war memorial or framed list
Full inscription of memorial
The Middlesex War Memorials transcripts were created by the West Middlesex Family History Society. They comprise names of those who have fallen while in service to the crown from the time of the Napoleonic Wars to the Troubles in Northern Ireland. There are around 1,400 entries without an identified conflict. Memorials for over 40 parishes have been transcribed. All parishes and conflicts represented in this collection are listed below. You will find the names of at least 130 women who participated in the First and Second World Wars. A war memorial is any object that is installed, erected, or created to commemorate those who participated in a war or conflict. They provide a permanent link to those who lost their lives in war.
1st British Sikh War, 1845-1847
2nd British Sikh War, 1849
Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902
Croatian War of Independence, 1991-1995
First Boer War, 1880-1881
First World War, 1914-1918
Gwalior Campaign, India, 1843
Korean War, 1950-1953
Napoleonic Wars, 1803-1815
North West Frontier, 1908
Post Second World War, 1945-
Second World War, 1939-1945
The Irish Troubles, 1968-1998
Use the conflict field to help narrow your search. If you cannot find your ancestor, select the no specific conflict option in the drop down menu. Not all the memorials specify the conflict.