Digital Archive

Our digital archive was originally held through an on-line Wiki for a number of years. Unfortunately the company stopped supporting their Wikis in June 2018 and we lost this facility and are looking at options to place the information back on-line again.
All of the information was downloaded by us before this happened though, and nothing has been lost.
If you have an enquiry about a particular individual, please use our contact form or our submission form detailed below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Please bear in mind we are volunteers.

Our main body of work is currently held on our own computers as that is where we are working on it.

If you are looking for a particular individual and don't see them listed on our website, please get in touch with us through our contact page and we will be happy to discuss them with you.

If you wish to submit details of a person for inclusion then please use our on-line form on our 'Submit' page.
Some people have been added. Click on the relevant war period below:

World War One

Conscientious Objectors

1914 Enlistments - Town Clerk

Derby Scheme Notebook

Keighley's Gallant Sons

Keighley branch of The Old Contemptibles' Association

Keighley Railwaymen

Towns and Villages - local lists of names of those who served

Keighley Wesleyan Circuit - list of church members who served

Voluntary Aid Detachment - Red Cross, St John Ambulance and RAMC

YMCA Members

 


World War Two

Steeton Dump and Pillboxes

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  1. I am searching for information and location of the burial place of my great uncle, James Flanagan born 3 Sep 1864, Swineford, Ireland, death unkown. His father was James Flanagan (1825-1889) and mother Mary McManus (1842-1905). Between 1921-1925 he lived at 20 Turkey Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire. Between 1928-1930 at 41 Wellington Place, Keighley. Between 1932 - 1934 R 11 Portland Place, Keighley. Marriage: 1892, Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding to Mary-Anne Bennett, born 1864 (Vol 9b, page S21). Children: Kathleen b.1892, James b. 1893, Mary Ann b.1894, Thomas b. 1895, Agnes 1901, William Michael b. 1903, John b. 1906, Mary Kathleen b. 1907, Eileen b. 1909 and possibly Henry Barnard b. 1915 - d. 1915. On 2 April 1911 - Sheffield, Yorkshire-West Riding, he is listed as a boarder born in KILLASSER, his RC church parish in Mayo, Ireland,age 44, married and his occupation was listed as plasterer for builders. I believe he was also a soldier during the BOER war as he lists his dependents as wife Mary Anne and child Rathleen (Kathleen). My grandfather, JOHN FLANAGAN is also buried in an unknown grave. He died in Pontefract, Yorkshire, West Riding at age 54, registration date Sep 1923, volume 9c, page 91. Any help you can render will be greatly appreciated as our family members in the UK wish to visit the graves. Thank you.

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