Looking for soldiers that served prior to WW1? Find My Past is the best resource for finding information about Victorian-era Soldiers.
By far the best resource for WW1 research. WW1 Service Records, pension papers, medal index cards and casualty information.
Search through millions of archived British Newspaper Articles to find any references to your ancestors.

Compiled by ‘The National Publishing Company’ in 1920. The Manchester, and Salford volumes are freely available online.

These resources contain brief biographies of some of the many soldiers from the Salford and Manchester areas; please note that only a small percent of the soldiers who fought are included.

National Roll of the Great War (SALFORD)

National Roll of the Great War (MANCHESTER)


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One Response to National Roll of the Great War 1914 – 1918

  1. Ed Heieck says:

    Good afternoon, my wife has in her possession a British War medal 14-18. We are unsure where the medal fits into her family. I have done a search and it appears to be 2/4 N Lan Regt. The recipients name is

    Ernest A. McCann
    I hope you can help

    Kindest regards

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