Search billions of records on


  Home Page
  Surnames A-B
  Surnames C-F
  Surnames G-I
  Surnames J-M
  Surnames N-R
  Surnames S
  Surnames T-Z
  Surnames A-B
  Surnames C-F
  Surnames G-K
  Surnames L-R
  Surnames S-Z
  Our Vic
  Heritage Group
  Make Contact


This site is dedicated to the people of Thurmaston, Leicestershire, England,

who served their nation in two World Wars.

The site records the names of those who served during the First World War, 1914-1918,

and the Second World War, 1939-1945.

On the 4th August 2014 - 100 years on from Britain's Declaration of War against Germany - a new book will be available that commemorates the contribution of the people of Thurmaston to the struggle that we know as The Great War of 1914-1918 or the First World War.

The book of 178 pages gives the details of over 320 people associated with the village that served during the war. The book is not restricted to those persons who gave their lives, but to those who rendered their services in some way or another.

Each person is represented by a small sympathetic biography, which is as full as the available written historical records will allow. If you are interested in registering your interest in the illustrated book of almost 90,000 words please contact the author by clicking on this link Great War Centenary Book



This site is constantly being updated, both in its form and content.
If you can help to improve the site by submitting information or pictures to the website
author please make contact by using one of the email links on the site.

Information is sought on any person from Thurmaston, male or female, that served in the armed
forces during either of the two wars. Information is accepted on people that served in the
Royal Navy, the British Army or the Royal Air Force. Details are also sought on any Thurmaston
people who fought or served with any Empire, Commonwealth or foreign forces.

The site also has details of those who served on the home front during the wars.
Therefore, information relating to anyone from Thurmaston that served as a Special Constable,
an Air Rid Precautions Officer, a Home Guard soldier, or a member of the
Women's Land Army is also requested.


Click here to return to the top of the screen

Royal British Legion

Honour those that served - Visit the website of


and make a donation today, click on the poppy emblem

Royal British Legion