those, from BurphamandJacobs Well who gave their lives in the 1914-1918 war
‘Burpham Will Remember Them’
In the early 1900s Burpham was in the Parish of Worplesdon and together with Jacob’s Well was essentially one large, scattered, community.
By its very nature our web site is about people. We are very keen that the information about people shown on our site may never cause offence or, as far as we are able, be incorrect. We will always welcome advice about any errors and to discuss, and possibly remove or revise, what is shown.
Therefore we : • will not show, on any pages, information about those who may still be alive and who were born after 1920 unless we get written permission from that person to publish. (See note below about treatment of ‘Tree’ charts.) • will not intentionally publish any information about anyone which will enable contact to be made by letter, telephone or electronically. Even if such information is in the public domain elsewhere. • will not disclose, to anyone, information held by us about any living person. If enquiries are received asking for information we will pass such enquiries to the person concerned for them to consider.
On the pages about individuals where we show a ‘Tree’ chart, living family members, (relatives and descendants), will be indicated as shown below (i.e. just as ‘son’ or ‘daughter’) unless the person concerned is happy for more information to be shown:
Son b : 1929 @ : Guildford
Daughter b : 1930 @ : Guildford
Information about ancestors, especially at the turn of the century (1900) and in the years up to 1920 that has been obtained from sources which are in the public domain, such as Census Returns, Births, Marriages and Death Indexes may be shown on these pages.