Projects, Organisations, Groups, Books & Websites

We would like to thank the following people and organisations who have kindly given their permission for the Herts at War Project to share their research. We thank them or their generosity, enlightened view and their ‘community approach’ to the sharing of research.

Please note: If you already have relevant research, please consider sharing it with the Herts at War Project. Our researchers are all volunteers and include professional and amateur researchers and authors, so we understand the reservations you may have about sharing your work. We will work with you to ensure that you are comfortable doing so and that it is to our mutual benefit. You and your project will be credited, linked and advertised, and we will share any new information with you Contact Us

Abbots Langley: Back to the Front Project - Roger Yapp (website)

Aston: Stevenage at War (website)

Bengeo: The Fallen of World War One in Holy Trinity Christ Church by Marilyn Taylor (website)

Benington: Stevenage at War (website)

Bushey, Bushey Heath & Oxhey: Bushey First World War Commemoration Project (website) Their project's acknowledgements.

Colney Heath: World War One - The Fallen of Colney Heath by Graham Clark 


  • Australian Officers at Digswell by Robert Gill
  • The Digswell & Hamer Green Memorial by Robert Gill

Hatfield (Old): War Graves & Memorials at St. Luke's by Henry Gray

Hatfield Hyde: Hatfield Hyde and Mill Green War Memorials by Robert Gill

Harmer Green: The Digswell & Hamer Green Memorial by Robert Gill


  • Harpenden War Memorial 1914-18, A Tribute to the Men who died in the Great War by Mary Skinner" (website)
  • Harpenden and District Local History Society (website)

Hemel Hempstead: David Logan and Hemel Heroes (

Herts Advertiser Photographs: Found, saved and re-photographed by Mike Neighbour and provided to us.

Hertfordshire Constabulary Great War Society & Dr. F.R.J. Newman PhD - editor of Trench Foot Notes & their members: Permission to reproduce articles from their newsletter

High Wych History: High Wych History - 32 - Those that did not come back by Theo van de Bilt

Hitchin: A Century of Sacrifice by David C Baines

Kimpton: The Village War Memorial by Kimpton by David C Baines

Lemsford: Lemsford War Memorial 1914 - 1918 - Robert Gill

Little Heath: A Guide to the World War One Memorial at Christ Church, Little Heath by Martin Cope

Mill Green: Hatfield Hyde and Mill Green War Memorials by Robert Gill

Oxhey: Bushey First World War Commemoration Project (website)

Pirton: The Pride of Pirton by Tony French, Chris Ryan & Jonty Wild (website)

Shenley: (website)

St Albans: St Saviours: St Saviours Church booklet - A B Clayton

Stevenage: Stevenage at War (website)

Thundridge: The War Memorial - Thundridge by Maurice Charge

Walkern: Stevenage at War (website)

Watford: Our Watford History by Watford Museum (website(website - museum)


  • Welwyn in World War I (website)
  • Welwyn & District History Society (website)