A group of members, which has taken the title 'Cobham Remembers', is carrying out research into the effects of the Great War on the Cobham area and contributing to the county-wide project 'Surrey in the Great War: A County Remembers'. This work has included research into local men who were killed during the War.
The list below shows the names of men who are not commemorated on any local memorial and who are not thought to have lived in the area, but whose relatives - parents or widow - were living in the area after the War.
A more extensive list of those commemorated on the memorials in Cobham, Hatchford, Stoke d'Abernon and Oxshott can be found here.
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Are you from an old Cobham family?
Do you have any stories or items of interest, medals, photographs, relating to the Great War?
Do you have any stories passed on to you from your parents about the early 20th century in Cobham, Downside or Stoke D’Abernon?
We are piecing together a picture of Cobham and area as it was then and would like to hear any recollections or links with that time.
Become a Volunteer with Cobham Heritage
The Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust is a local charity which relies on vounteers to help run the Trust, promote local history and conservation issues and organise fund raising events such as our annual Cobham Heritage Day. If you think you might like to join us, visit our Volunteer Vacancies page to find out which roles you might like to get involved with. We always try to make it fun.