The Trust cannot answer detailed genealogical questions and researchers will need to visit the Buckinghamshire Archives. For opening hours of the Buckinghamshire Archives, click on the link provided below.
Questions cannot be answered on regular units connected to the county. For information on the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, click the link to the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Trust below.
Guidance can be offered, however, on general questions relating to the county’s local military units so please get in touch using the contact form below.
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The following websites may also be of assistance:
Army Museums Ogliby Trust
Lists locations of all UK regimental museums
Army Records Society
Publishes annual volume of historical documents on the history of the British army
Seeks to preserve UK battlefields
Lists all war memorials in the county, and the names recorded on them
Houses the county’s archives including the Trust’s documentary collections
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Lists all cemeteries with UK war dead, with comprehensive name search facility
Imperial War Museum
Dedicated to the history of the two world wars and conflicts since 1945
John Hampden Society
Preserves the memory of a leading Bucks figure in the English Civil War
National Army Museum
Presents the history of the British Army from its origins to the present
Society for Army Historical Research
Publishes a quarterly journal on the history of the British Army
Soldiers of Oxfordshire Trust
Preserves records and artefacts of the regular Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
UK National Inventory of War Memorials
Lists locations of all UK War Memorials
Victorian Military Society
Publishes quarterly journal on the history of the British army between 1837 and 1902
War Memorials Trust
Helps with the maintenance and repair of war memorials
Royal Bucks Hussars Association
For former members of the Royal Bucks Hussars
Displays the wartime history of the home of the ‘Ultra Secret’
Buckingham Heritage Trust and Old Gaol Museum
Runs the Old Gaol where the Trust’s main exhibition is located
The Light Bobs website (Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry)
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