Further Acknowledgements

As well as the Acknowledgements here and on the Introduction page, sources and picture credits for each man and his family are given on the appropriate page. 

In addition, grateful thanks are due to the following people and organisations (in no particular order):

Andy Bailey for invaluable advice and encouragement, as well as permission to use some of his splendid photographs.  His websites on the war dead of two small villages on the borders of Surrey and Sussex are an inspiration:  www.ewhurstfallen.co.uk and www.rudgwickremembers.com/index.html .
Peter Bennett (Westcott Local History Society) for sharing information on Frank Woodman, whose name is also on the Westcott War Memorial.
Roger Davis (Mickleham & Westhumble Local History Society) for sharing information on Kenneth Butcher whose name is on the Mickleham War Memorial.  The M&WLHS are extending  the research on the men on that War Memorial.
Frank Haslam (Leatherhead and District Local History Group) for information on the Mickleham War Memorial and for his very helpful advice and encouragement in setting up this website.
Alison Newton for kindly allowing reproductions of old postcards from her collection.
Viv  Bennett for kindly sharing information from the British Red Cross Museum and Archive.
Dorking Museum (https://www.dorkingmuseum.org.uk/).  An invaluable resource for information on Dorking and its surrounding villages, especially their ongoing research on the men of Dorking and District who fell in the First World War (Dorking Museum War Memorial Project).  Grateful thanks are also due for permission to reproduce their copyright photographs.
Surrey History Centre ( http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/heritage-culture-and-recreation/archives-and-history/surrey-history-centre) .  We would draw your attention to their project “Surrey in the Great War“.
Roll of Honour (http://www.roll-of-honour.com/) . An ongoing and invaluable nationwide record of war memorials in various counties.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission  (www.cwgc.org/) for helping to identify the men of the Ranmore War Memorial,  for maintaining all graves and memorials so beautifully,  and for granting permission to reproduce photographs of the cemeteries where the men are commemorated.  The cemetery on the Introduction page is Danzig Alley British Cemetery, Mametz where the young  under-gamekeeper at Denbies, Frederick Buckland, lies.

The War Graves Photographic Project (TGWPP) for allowing the reproduction of photographs of the graves of individual men and the cemeteries where they are buried (http://twgpp.org/). 

Soldiers Died in the Great War  (SDGW) for additional information about the war dead.  Available in several forms:  disc, and online via Ancestry and  Find My Past.
The National Army Museum (www.nam.ac.uk/) for reproduction of regimental badges.
FREE BMD (www.freebmd.org.uk/) for free access to their transcribed Indexes of the Civil Registration of  Births, Marriages and Deaths.
Ancestry (http://home.ancestry.co.uk/) for providing pay-to-view records from many sources.
Find My Past (www.findmypast.co.uk) for provding pay-to-view records from many sources.
Family Search (International Genealogical Index) (https://familysearch.org).  A free resource to many births, marriages and burials, especially pre-Civil Registration.
Find A Grave (http://www.findagrave.com/) for free access to volunteer-provided photographs and information on many cemeteries and graves (both military and civilian).
Geograph (www.geograph.org.uk/) and the photographers credited under each individual picture, which are copyright but licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence .
All other photographs not otherwise credited are in the public domain or the webmaster’s own.
Finally, every effort has been made to find and credit sources and copyright holders, but the forgiveness is asked of anyone whose rights have been overlooked.