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How do I find a list of those who died in the Crimea and where they were from
Posted by: Barry James (ID *****5604) Date: October 11, 2003 at 07:21:19
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Between the census years 1851 and 1861 the population of a small village in the West Riding of Yorkshire lost 126 males from a total population males and females of just 600. I believe that many of the men of the village probably went off to fight in the Crimea. How can I find either the recruitment lists for Yorkshire / Royston or a list of the dead from each engagement.



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