HELLFIRE CORNER WEB SITE ARTICLES

 

Two of my articles are on the excellent Great War web site – Tom Morgan’s Hellfire Corner.

 

 

‘Open Warfare. The diary of Captain Arthur Impey, 79 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery’. He came from Longbridge House, Birmingham and the full transcript of the diary  covers August 15 to November 11 1918 in detail.

 

Also….

 

Background to the Diary

 

Organisation of a RFA Field Gun Battery in 1918

 

Captain Impey’s War in Context

 

People Mentioned in the Diary

 

Arthur Elia Impey - biography

 

http://www.fylde.demon.co.uk/tucker/tuckernavigation.htm


‘Langford Budville, Somerset, Roll of Honour 1914-1918’. The hand-written Roll is displayed at the back of the Church and lists seventy names of men and women who served from the village, including  the small number who did not return. Thirteen others are also described who could have been included. The original roll includes my grandfather, James Hayes, his brother, Thomas, and great-uncles Ernest and William Pike.

 

http://www.hellfirecorner.co.uk/tucker/tuckerroll.htm#NEW