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- The Hurl Family of St. Ives ( 11 ).Lance Corporal Walter Thomas Hurl, killed on the Somme.
- Memorial to The South African Boer War, unveiled in 1903. Corner of George Street and All Saints Church. Source - Wendy Dighton.
- 480th Maintenance Coy ( Eng ) Depot, site adjacent to St.Peter's Road and Spring Common, Huntingdon, circa 1943-45. ( source Albert Deary.)
- Attestation document ( actual date October 14th, 1909 )for William Mapperely Hurl, who did seven Years with The Hunts Cyclists Battalion.
- Attestation for William Mapperely Hurl. William was 29 when war broke out in 1914. He was born in 1883.
- Before and after buildings at RAF Wyton.
- Detonation of pill - box,West Side Common Godmanchester. ( source - Hunts Post.)
- District Council's Cold War relic.
- Huntingdon Militia Barracks.Later Housing for Pensioners. Recently demolished - summer 2011. ( Source - Wendy Dighton.)
- Hunts Militia Barracks, built 1852 by Robert Hutchinson housing NCOs. to 1911/12 - became first pensioners' home - Cromwell Square - Brookside.
- Medical Cards for Frank Cowles. One dated 1914 the other dated 1921. In Huntingdon.
- Pathfinder Plaque Huntingdon
- Proposed new building for RAF Wyton.
- The Hunts Militia Barracks, constructed in the 1850s.
- The Hurl Family of St.Ives ( 5 )Howard Charles Hurl who survived the World War 1 conflict with a bullet wound to the arm.
- The Hurl Family of St.Ives ( 6 )Details of Albert Hurl's Medal action as relayed in the local paper.
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