, CB, CMG (1861–1956) was a British First World War officer of the Royal Engineers who in the role of British official historian was responsible for the post-war compilation of the 28-volume History of the Great War. Edmonds himself wrote nearly half the volumes, including eleven of the 14 volumes dealing with the Western Front (Military Operations, France and Belgium). His task was not completed until the final volume was published in
John Edward Edmonds. Died on 26th February Constable Edmonds was on duty on 7th November 1908, when he fell over a wall near the railway station goods yard in Romiley. He sustained an injury to his knee, and received treatment for this at Stockport Infirmary.
We remember Thomas Edward Edmonds. Source information. ID: Reference: AIR 79. Title: British RAF Airmen Description: Warrant Officers, non-commissioned officers and airmen in the Royal Air Force (RAF) between and The record set contains records of more than 300,000 airmen, who were born in over 30 countries.
Francis Edward Edmonds, born August 1919, Bath, Somerset. Maxwell John Edmonds, born December 1921, Bath, Somerset. Victoria was a State Registered Nurse. She was educated at St. Alban’s, Leytonstone & Belgium.