Are you researching an ancestor who served in the First World War? Do you want to know more about the contribution your community made to the war effort?
If you want to find out more about the role your relatives played in the war, or about the effect the war had on your community, there are a number of resources available to help you.
Somerset Remembers is a county-wide project exploring the impact that the war had on the county and the many ways in which Somerset people, their families and communities have remembered the war. The Friends contributed £2000 to this project.
Download the research guide here or visit their resources page for further information.
If you have already done research, share your own memories, records or artefacts with others on the Somerset Remembers community archive. Here you can discover the personal experiences of Somerset people in photographs, letters and stories passed down through the generations.
Do you have pictures, letters, diaries, or war records from a family member who was involved? Did a relative serve with the Somerset Light Infantry? Is there a Red Cross nurse in the family? Or have you been researching your village to mark the centenary?
You can contribute to the project or read the fascinating accounts of the lives and experiences of Somerset people at: www.somersetremembers.com