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The ceremony ended with the bugler's Reveille echoing off the tree-lined slopes of the Wear.Councillor Edward Bell and Colonel James Ramsbotham unveiled the memorial.This well researched book gives an insight to what chaplains endured along with the ordinary fighting soldier. A discounted price if the book is purchased via the website Half Shilling Curate and the author might sign it for you.There is strong evidence that this man was the Chaplain that presided over Lieutenant Philip Anthony Brown's burial service in France when he died after being rescued by Private Kenny V. The author Sarah Reay has spent many hours researching this man, and visiting many sites, over many years. The 18th Battalion "Durham Pals' now have a Seat as a Memorial to the Battalion within the shadow of the Thiepval monument at the Somme.Here is a list of some of Janet's commitments:- Association of Northumberland Local History Societies - Member; Hon.Secretary; Coordinator of War Memorial Project 1988 1993; Honorary Life Vice-President.Congratulations Ian Johnson for another successful year! Ellen Mitchell assisted by Robin Gard, then County Archivist, helped by Dr. There were very few local history societies in existence at the time, and the NLHS sent people to various parts of the county in order to start societies and help them with legal advice and speakers.A new memorial has been placed to commemorate RAF Morpeth which was based at Tranwell. This meant that the new societies became members of ANLHS from the very beginning.
"It means everything to us" said Major Chris Lawton, the Rifles Regimental Company secretary - the successor organisation to the DLI Association.
A magazine called "Tyne and Tweed" was issued containing articles of local interest. There were projects in which members could take part, such as recording headstones in churchyards, or taking photos of their locality on a given day.
The Society was also represented on various local bodies such as archives groups and reports from these were received at the AGM. The Standing Conference for Local History grew from the national Community Council and in time it became the British Association for Local History. They also were founder members of the now defunct North East Environment Education Forum, which was a meeting place for those interesting in teaching or studying local subjects from green issues to local history.
It takes the form of a skeletal Spitfire, to scale, by the grandson of the man who founded the first aircraft model shop in the world in Newcastle. Other county societies which tried to get local societies to join them found great difficulty, trying to catch free range chickens after they were hatched, where the ANLHS had laid the eggs from which their members sprung!
The file is listed under Stannington, because the memorial is located near the former administration building, now St. After a few years the name was altered to reflect the changing nature of the society.