The following links may be of interest:
www.pboro-memorial.com This is the only web site dedicated to recording the war dead of Peterborough. All the First and Second World War dead of the city are listed here with as much additional information provided as possible.
www.samyerrell.co.uk A web site dedicated to the memory of Sergeant Samuel Yerrell, from Peterborough, who went to France in 1914 and was killed in the Battle of the Somme, July 1916 while serving with the 1st Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Includes reports, artifacts and family history.
www.bakerperkinsremembered.co.uk A site dedicated to recording some of the history of the old Baker Perkins factory in Peterborough during the Second World War, with now-and-then photographs and a gallery of old employees.
www.peterboroughguestspeakers.co.uk This is a web site which provides a service to guest speakers and local groups and societies in the Peterborough area. It is a place where groups can find speakers for their meetings and speakers can find groups that may be interested in listening to their talks.
www.peterboroughbooks.com A web site containing the bibliography of all printed books relating to the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England. This site has been developed with the intention of assisting people in their research into all aspects of the history of the City of Peterborough.
www.siegfried-sassoon.co.uk This is the only web site that sets out to record the complete bibliography of the famous First World War soldier, poet and writer, Siegfried Sassoon. The term ‘bibliography’ describes any books or pamphlets published by Sassoon in his lifetime; any contribution he has made to other books such as introductions and forewords in his lifetime, and any of his work published by others in his lifetime such as the inclusion of his poems or other work in anthologies etc. Also included on the site are books in which people have written about Sassoon in his lifetime and also modern books written about him after his death, in particular biographies which may be of interest to those wishing to find out more about him.
www.parkerhistory.co.uk This is a family history web site with details for the Parker, Duller and Webb family names.