I have just bought a book called "Uncle Charlie Comes Home - Westerham and the Great War 1914-1918" by an ex matelot David Bateman. It is about the search to find out about his uncle who died serving with the Royal West Kents in 1918. During his research he came across so much information about the other names on the town's war memorial that he wrote about all 50 of them. It's superbly written and it gives us a slice of suburban life and how the War affected them at that momentous time. It lists all those who gave their lives, awards and has dozens of photos. An interesting side-note is that Westerham is the birthplace of Wolfe of Quebec. I would fully recommend it to all ARRSE members. It is published by the Book Guild and can be found on amazon or www.bookguild.co.uk p.s. I don't know the author - it's just a bloody good book!