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1 Index of WW1 medal cards held by National Archives for Seaham Merchant Navy Seamen 12
2 Lord Londonderry unveils Cross of Sacrifice from Imperial War Graves Commission (1927) 15
3 Major John Warham awarded the Territorial Decoration (1925) 13
4 British Legion unfurls a new standard (1925) 14
5 Lord Londonderry pays for 50 Seaham children to visit Wembley Exhibition (1924) 14
6 Plans for unveiling of War Memorial at New Seaham (1923) 18
7 Fund for the erection of a War Memorial at New Seaham (1923) 19
8 Winding up of the Seaham Harbour War Memorial Committee (1922) 18
9 Inauguration of War Memorial on the Terrace Green (1922) 19
10 Lord Londonderry offers to pay shortfall in funding Cenotaph on Terrace Green (1922) 19
11 Secret war work of the Candlish Bottle Works revealed (1919) 26
12 Seaham Hall Hospital no longer required and closed on 31st March (1919) 22
13 The end of the war - Message from Lord Londonderry (1918) 23
14 Battery Sergeant Major William Tomlin awarded the DCM (1917) 27
15 Presentation of Victoria Cross to Private Michel Heaviside (1917) 25
16 Accidental death of Martha Ann Beech munitions worker (1917) 26
17 Entertainment at New Seaham Mission House Hospital (1917) 25
18 War bonus to women Bottle Workers at Seaham (1917) 31
19 Allotments made available at High Colliery and Low Colliery (1917) 25
20 Captain Warham at the front thanks Seaham for socks for his men (1916) 30
 
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