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The display could include something about their lives prior to the war, their families and some information, if known, as to the place and circumstances of their deaths.
I am now looking for information on the men who died in 1916; Stuart Rudge, Reginald Cross, Harry Heath, Alfred Tiley, Gilbert Capener, Trevor Harris, George Harrold, George Brock, Elton Fowler, George Driver, Reginald Morse, Edward Hill, Cyril Giddings, Colin Blandford, Ernest West, George Phillips, William Theyers, Cyril Smith, Maurice Workman.
The site has a slight emphasis on the town's transport links and its industrial past but my intention is to make it of interest to anyone wanting to find out more about any aspect of the town's history.
The site contains a number of photographic collections showing the development of transport and industry in Dursley as well as extracts from old mapping dating back to the early 20th Century.
Despite the snow the month saw continued progress at the Littlecombe site with further work on the new bridge and the industrial units near the hospital.
Looking back over the last few years, Dursley has seen dramatic changes to its landscape and facilities - a brand new, state of the art Secondary School, new library, new fire station and numerous new housing developments around town.
Whatever you might be interested in we'd be very pleased to see you and hear your thoughts on the centre's future. Dursley War Memorial Names - Search for family members Once again, I am asking for help to enable me to write articles about the fifty-five men and one woman whose names appear on the Dursley War Memorial on the gates of St James' Church.