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Dunstable Grammar School - DSOBA
The Francis Ashton School
Dunstable School
High Street North, Dunstable, Beds
 

   

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Members plan ‘eve of lunch’ get-together

Old Palace Lodge, Friday September 25th 2015

You are invited

 

 

Dunstable School

Old Boys' Association 

 

Welcome to the website of Dunstable School Old Boys' Association. (DSOBA)

On this site we shall try to keep you up to date with current events of DSOBA.

(For historical information about our school click on the School link above)

Most of the pages hold confidential information about members of DSOBA.

Therefore we have restricted access to them to members only.

Possibly the last

2015 DSOBA ANNUAL LUNCH,

TO BE HELD AT

ASHTON MIDDLE SCHOOL

September 26th 2015,

12 for 1 p.m.

further details

 

Starter
Fresh haddock mousse in ramekins
or Broccoli and stilton soup

Main
Steak and ale pie with seasonal veg and roasties

Veg option
Mushroom and leek pie

Dessert
Chocolate bread and butter pudding with cream or custard
or
Fresh fruit salad

Cheese and biscuits

Coffee and mints.

 

 

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We don't know for certain how many Old Boys of Dunstable Grammar were involved in the world conflict of 1914-1918 but what we do know, from the Roll of Honour situated in the School library, is that more than 60 of them gave up their lives for their country. Those who were killed or died from illness and disease were involved in every theatre of the war. Representing all of the services on active duty, they saw action in France, Belgium, Turkey, Mesopotamia (Iraq), Africa, Palestine and Egypt.

To mark the Centenary of the start of the War and to honour their memory, a book, Dunstable Grammar School Old Boys - Fallen in The Great War, published by The Association, is now available and contains the personal and service details of those who died.

Painstakingly researched by our Vice-Chairman Robin Marriott, using the Regimental War Diaries, the officers’ service records, letters from their commanding officers and in some cases witness accounts, the book gives the details of each man, many with their photograph, their regiment and the location of their grave or memorial. Also, where possible, the circumstances of their death have been recounted. Sample Page

Priced at £15 plus £5 postage and packing, the size A4 book is available now using this order form. All proceeds go to the Association.

 

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