|RAYMENT SOCIETY NEWSFLASH|
|Sunday, 6th May 2018|
|The Guild of One-Name Studies' ww1.one-name.org website (which featured a number of stories provided by the Rayment Society about the lives of various people bearing the Rayment surname who saw service in the First World War) was closed yesterday.
All of the existing stories have now been moved into the Guild's main one-name.org website and links to these from all of the Rayment Society's websites have been amended accordingly.
The Guild has announced that stories in the new section of their main website will no longer be restricted to people who served in the First World War but will be extended to those who served in other conflicts such as the Second World War, the Korean War and the Falklands etc.
Since the Rayment Society now has an ideal opportunity to publicise the stories of Rayments who served in armed conflicts other than the First World War, it intends to take advantage of this as soon as the necessary research can be carried out. If anyone can help with this, it would be appreciated if they would kindly contact the Society's Secretary as soon as possible.
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