Thursday, 20 October 2016

Community Index Page

Lives of the First World War subscribers, staff and official volunteers can set up Communities, which can be groupings of any number of Life Stories.  There are communities for towns, for churches, for ships, for schools, absolutely anything. A man or woman can be one or more communities. You might find these links handy to help you find your relative if you know which village or parish in Barnsley he came from. For 'Men' please assume 'Men & Women'.

You can also search on the Lives of the First World War site by putting Barnsley into the search box and choosing 'Communities' when results are returned.

Barnsley connected Communities include:

Absent Voters List 1918
Ardsley & Stairfoot Men
Ardsley Parish
Baptist Church, Sheffield Road, Barnsley
Barnsley British Co-operative Society Employees
Barnsley Men at the Battle of Jutland

Barnsley Men who Fell at the Battle of Messines
Barnsley Men who Fell at Gallipoli
Barnsley Men who Fell during the Battle of the Somme (August to November)
Barnsley Men who Fell during the Battle of the Somme (remainder of July)

Barnsley Men who Fell during 3rd Battle of Ypres including Passchendaele
Barnsley Men who Fell in the Arras Offensive 1917
Barnsley Men who Fell on 1 July 1916 the First Day of the Battle of the Somme
Billingley Men
Blacker Hill Men
Bolton Upon Dearne Cemetery
Brierley Men
Buckley Street & Ebenezer Methodist
Carlton Men
Cawthorne Men
Cortonwood Colliery WW1 Memorial
Cudworth Churchyard – CWGC burials
Cudworth Men
CWGC burials in the Barnsley Area
Darfield Men
Darton & Barugh Men
Dodworth Men
Elsecar Men
Farrar Street Congregational Church
Felkirk War Memorial – Barnsley Men Listed
Gawber Men
Goldthorpe War Memorial
Great Houghton & Little Houghton Men
Grimethorpe Men
Holgate Grammar School Old Boys Memorial
Hoyland Men
Hoylandswaine Men
Hoyle Mill Men
Jump & Hemingfield Cemetery
Jump & Hemingfield Men
Mapplewell & Staincross Men

Marines
Men mentioned in ‘Barnsley Pals’ by Jon Cooksey
Mitchell Main
Monk Bretton Men
Newman & Bond Memorial
Oaks Terrace Almshouses
Penistone Grammar School
Penistone Men
Police
Postal Staff
Prisoners of War and Internees
Radical & Liberal Club
Red Cross Workers & Volunteers
Redfearn Brothers’ Glassworks
Regent Street Congregational Church

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Royston Men
Ryhill War Memorial – Barnsley men listed
Salvation Army
Silkstone Men
Sportsmen
St Edward’s Church, Kingstone, Barnsley
St George’s Church, Barnsley
St John the Baptist, Barebones, Barnsley
St Mary’s Church, Barnsley
St Peter’s Church, Doncaster Road, Barnsley
Stainborough & Hood Green Men
Tankersley Men
Thurgoland Men
Thurlstone Men
Thurnscoe Men
War Memorial Gravestones
Wombwell Cemetery
Wombwell Men
Wombwell Men in the Barnsley Pals
Wombwell Men who died on the First Day of the Battle of the Somme
Wombwell Reform Club Members
Women’s Stories
Woolley Colliery
Worsborough Bridge & Worsborough Dale Men
Worsborough Common Men
Worsborough Village Men
Wortley Men