1st World War Troops

Redbourn High Street

By Geoff Webb

Geoff Webb

Troops rest on their march through Redbourn High Street during the First World War.

This page was added on 20/08/2010.

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  • Hello Marc,  The person to help you, I think, is Gareth Hughes who has researched all the names on the War Memorial,although there were other soldiers from Redbourn who died, but are not on the Memorial.  Geoff

    By Geoff Webb (10/09/2014)
  • Hello

    Is there detail, data or a history of the Redbourn war dead? There are a number of common names on the Memorial (Curney, Halsey etc) and I wondered if the story of the village’s soldiers had been told anywhere.

    Many thanks.

    By Marc Palmer (07/09/2014)
  • Going back over the years, previous occupants of this property were Arthur Darvell (builder) from 1950 to approx. 1988, Percy Jarman 1914 – 1950, Mrs. Jarman, and Peck’s (builders). Currently it is a gents hairdressers. Geoff

    By Geoff Webb (07/02/2014)
  • I am interested in the the building behind as my ancestors were Jarmans from redbourne and hemel do you have any details?

    By C walker (02/02/2014)