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To give an idea of the sacrifice in men that were lost on the Battlefields - " Imagine them [the dead] marching in one long continuous column, four abreast; as the head of the column reaches the Cenotaph, the last four men would be at Durham. In Canada, that column would stretch across the land from Quebec to Ottawa; in Australia, from Melbourne to Canberra; in South Africa, from Bloemfontein to Pretoria; in New Zealand from Christchurch to Wellington; in Newfoundland from coast to coast, and in India from Lahore to Delhi. It would take these million men eighty-four hours, or three and a half days, to march past the Cenotaph in London."
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Welcome to Sheffield Soldier WW1

Upwards of 50,000 men went from Sheffield to the various ‘Fronts’ during the Great War.

A great adventure for thousands of them, as their lives revolved around work during the week and chapel on Sunday. Most never having left the city boundaries never mind 'journeying to' a foreign country.

Thousands were to be killed, many more thousands were maimed and scarred for life, and some dying years later from the effects of their injuries or from gas poisoning. They had been through the first ‘mechanised’ war, a war where techniques of killing on a mass industrial scale were employed.

The aim of our site is to attempt to record all of those men, and women, who served and died that went from Sheffield, but also to commemorate their memory and their sacrifices. A massive task but one which we think should be attempted.

We are particularly looking to record those men and women who served and survived the war as lists and sources of those are not easy to come by.

If Granddad or Great Granddad served and you want him included on our site then please use the submission form and we will add his details to the site.


Help required, please help us locate Sheffield's lost and missing Rolls of Honour and Memorials, click this link for details

We now have 30,930 entries in our online database.

We are constantly adding more names, sign up to our newsletter to be kept informed.

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Sheffield men who died 1st July 1916 the 1st day of the Battle of the Somme, Click here

Sheffield men who served in the York & Lancs 12th City Battalion, Click Here New

Sheffield men who served in 8 local Regiments, Click Here New

Sheffield men commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Click here

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Do you have WW1 Service Men in your family, if so let us know, Click here to submit information

Whats New on the Site

Arnold Loosmore VC

23rd Nov 2014

Unknown Memorial with a Darnall connection

20th Nov 2014

New Roll of Honour Bury's & Co Penistone road

12th Nov 2014

Contact and Submission Forms now back up and running

9th Nov 2014

Major update to our Memorials A-Z Page almost complete

27 Sept 2014

2 New Rolls of Honour - Sheffield Town Hall Town Clerks Department

20 Sept 2014

2 New Rolls of Honour added Cemetery Road Baptist and Amalgamated Wire Drawers

6th Sept 2014

New Roll of Honour St Georges Brookhill

5th Aug 2014

Lost Memorials and Rolls of Honour

2nd July 2014

12th City Battallion Group photographs added, courtesy of John Alflat

15th Jun 2014

Memorial and Roll of Honour Search added, Who is on which Memorial/ROH

3rd Jun 2014

New Roll of Honour St John the Evangelist Abbeydale Road

31st May 2014

Vivian Sumner Simpson Sheffield City Battalion and Sheffield Wednesday

29th May 2014

Beauchamps Ligny, The story of this location

28th May 2014



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