Living in the southern part of the Netherlands. Hobby's: World War II and US Military Cemeteries all over the world. I am also a photo volunteer. If anyone would like a picture from the American Cemetery in Margraten and Henri-Chapelle please contact me.***Please don't take my photos and claim them as your own work***
Permission Photo Request Dear Des, I am presently working on a project honoring the soldiers from my hometown who gave the ultimate sacrifice. May I have your permission to use the image from SSGT George J. Ferenchakís, 2nd Lt. Robert S. Smithís, and PFC Lloyd E. Zimmeranís memorials in the Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery with credit being given to you? Thank you for your consideration and thank you for what you do. Anna (#47378913)
I just found the lovely photo you took of Richardʻs grave stone... he was my 2nd cousin 2X removed. May I use the photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the find a grave members who graciously allow me to record the final resting places of my family... thank you so much...
Thank You from the bottom of my heart for adding a picture of my Uncle Glenns grave. It really means a lot to the family. I have recently read letters that my uncle had written while in WW2. They really touched me. A family from the Netherlands had written my grandparents when my uncle was killed and said how they admired him. My sister and myself are now on a quest in hopes of reconnecting with that family and planning a quest over the Atlantic to the Netherlands from California. Even if we don't get to reconnect with that family, we still plan to come just to visit my uncles grave. Thanks again.
Alexander Brown McNaught Des, thank you so much for adding the photograph of my Uncle Sandy's grave. His brother Frank first visited his grave when it just had a wooden cross. Frank is now 91 and had not seen this new grave stone in a number of years. I have posted some photos from Frank to the record. Thank you again. Linsey x
Stephen Michael Zoradi Thank you for photographing the grave marker for my uncle and namesake, Stephen Zoradi. He is interred at Margraten, and I have traveled there to pay my respects. I appreciate you honoring the US soldiers who lost their lives by posting the photographs. -Steve Zoradi