They say that if you haven’t found a relation who was lost during the Great War then you haven’t looked. For most of us I am sure that this is true.
Many of the young men who died were still single with no direct line to remember them. Their siblings may have displayed a photograph of “my brother who was lost in the war” but in many families these photographs are now nameless.
One hundred years on with careful research we are often able to piece together the past. Our aim is to inform you as much as possible about how your relative lived and/or died here. Even if you feel that you have little to go on initially we are happy to see what we can find.
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A Soldier’s Report can be compiled from as little as €75.