Here are some interesting sites that we have used in the course
of our research of the 59 men commemorated on the Angel ... just click on them to gain access.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
This site has details of where casualties are buried or commemorated in theatres of war from
World War 1 onwards. You can see cemetery plans and obtain a Certificate for each casualty giving name, rank, number, regiment
and date when they died. Some family information is often included. The Certificate sometimes includes a beautiful coloured
photograph of the Cemetery/Memorial where the casualty is buried/commemorated. The information is FREE!
Ancestry - this needs a subscription to gain access to most of its records.
On this site are WW1 Pensions Records, Service Records,
Soldiers Died in Great War, Census, Births Marriages and Deaths and more ... a great site for family research
The Imperial War Museum is a rich source of general
information about World War 1. It holds details of the United Kingdom Inventory of War Memorials whereon the Crosby Angel