The latest instalment of this community project reveals the roles played by Buriton men during April, May and June 1917 as well as describing what life was like at home in the parish at that time.
The project is gradually finding out more and more about the impacts of the conflict on life at home - and about each of the men who left the parish to take part in the war.
The latest information (the twelfth instalment of the research) appears in the summer edition of the Parish Magazine - and is attached as a pdf document at the bottom of this page.
There is also an insight into the role that one of our parishioners played in the final moments of one of the terrifying Zeppelin airships.
And, at home, you can find out why children got into trouble for catching birds!
Each edition of the Parish Magazine (from Autumn 2014 to November 2018) will be summarising activities and events of 100 years ago, season by season, as seen through local eyes.
If you know of anyone who might be able to help in any way, please let us know via