Relatives of world war dead sought by group

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Earlsheaton History Group is urging relatives of people who were killed in World War I to come forward and share their memories.

They want to build a bigger picture of the lives of the people who are inscribed on the war memorial in Earlsheaton Park ahead of the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I next November.

There are 124 World War I casualties on the memorial, as well as World War II and Korean War dead.


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