Please note that for any contacts who are aged 16 or under, and who wish to be mentioned on the In Memoriam pages, a separate email contact from a parent or guardian, granting permission to include that person's name on the website, will be required. As this site is in the public domain, the protection of minors is of prime concern to all.

Also note that contact details are NOT divulged in any way, or passed on to 3rd parties. Any contact sought with named individuals posted on this site will be brokered in the first instance by to protect rights of privacy. However, please do bear in mind that replies from sought individuals cannot be guaranteed.

When you write to me, it is possible that the spam filter will require you to prove you are a real human being and not an automatic spam generator. Please simply return the automatic message, if it is sent to you, and your original email will be delivered. Any layer put in place to stop the absurdity of 500+ spam emails a day is a rarely inconvenient but welcome necessity.

Email me: Ian, via email

In Memoriam page entry / Submit a biography

The first step to honour a soldier's memory is to have him represented on the relevant In Memoriam page, with your name (and that of any other close relative) alongside his. Just let me know who you'd like to have standing alongside the soldier being represented, and some indication of where in the world you are, and I'll do the rest.

The next stage would be to submit a biography (with accompanying images if at all possible - but not a requirement) which will then be linked from the soldier's listing on the In Memoriam page. Put some words together (10 to 10,000), along with any images (attached to the email rather than embedded in the biography please), send them to me using the above email address and I will be honoured to create a page dedicated to your relative or research subject.

If you need help refining a biography, I will be glad to assist. Whilst the site editor's decision is final on posted material, your biography will be gratefully received and will be of immense value and interest to the 4th CMR and wider WW1 communities.

Oh, and just to assure you, there is no charge for inclusion on the In Memoriam pages or for dedicated webpages. This is a non-profit, personally motivated project, serving to remember those men of the 4th CMR who stepped forward for us in WW1.

Privacy and Fair use policy / Copyright / Use of material /

Your details are not kept in a database and are not shared with anybody or any organisation. Your privacy is completely upheld, maintained and wholly respected.

Biographies, articles and images on this website are copyright and / or the originator (where stated / or credit attributed). In the first instance please do not hesitate to contact me for permission to use any material presented on this site. I will be happy to help as much as I can.

Many thanks for your courtesy, Ian