Have you considered tracing your WW1 ancestors?

Jack D’Hooghe, my great uncle. Killed at Ovillers 3rd July 1916.

With an MA in British First World War Studies and as Chairman of the Lincoln branch of the Western Front Association – I am a keen historian and enjoy nothing more than walking the land and acting as your personal guide on the battlefields that were so bloodily fought over in France and Flanders.

I have successfully traced the existing records of my own ancestors who fought in the Great War and done the same for many others, not only British servicemen but Imperial troops from Australia, New Zealand etc.

If you had a family member that fought in WW1 and you would like to know more about what they did, where they served and possibly where they died and are buried or remembered, please contact me for a quotation and let me have as many details a possible as to name, rank, service number, regiment seved with etc.

In most cases the average fee is in the region of £50 and this includes the production of a booklet of records with a full explanation for you to keep.




Jonathan D’Hooghe MA