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ST TUDY HISTORY GROUP RESEARCH TEAM
Why did we research our men named on the War Memorial?
Through researching these men and women, we keep their stories alive, and have helped to pass on information to relatives across the country and the world.
I truly believe that our past ancestors have a huge bearing on who and what we are today.
We can also remember and commemorate the ultimate sacrifice these men made for us in a modern and positive way that will last for the next 200 years or more and help the living creatures and environment at the same time.
Paul Tucker has planted five oaks in the new Cemetery to commemorate the five men from St. Tudy who lost their lives in WW2.
These oaks will live on long after us and will provide food and homes for hundreds of creatures and shade for those who want to sit under them in the future.
We have two War Graves in St. Tudy cemetery: for Ernest James Nicholls (WW2) and Dr. Charles Atkinson (WW1).
They are marked by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission sign at the entrance to the graveyard, and their biographies are on the History Group website – www.sttudyhistorygroup.co.uk, alongside all of the other names on our War Memorial and their biographies.
Everyone has a story to tell, and that was very apparent from the very well attended display and commemoration put together for VJ Day – your stories about your family members.
We hope that this event inspired you to start researching and writing these stories down for future generations – you never know what you will find, and although you might not think your story is of interest,
I can guarantee someone else will think it is!
(This, and much more news, is in the current magazine)