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Graham J Parsons (#47018788)
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Bio Photo Born into a Naval Family in 1957. Grandfather and 3 of his Brothers served in the Royal Navy during the first and second world wars and another Brother served in the Merchant Navy. I Joined the Royal Navy as a Medical Assistant in 1973 at the age of 15. Served at Raleigh, Collingwood, Dryad, Haslar and the Royal Marines at Stonehouse Barracks Plymouth and CTCRM Lympstone.I've always had a keen interest in all things Military. I have researched my Family History back to the late 1700's including our military history during the two World Wars and have made some amazing discoveries. I regularly photograph War Graves and Memorials, Celebrity and Graves of interest which I in turn contribute to a number of Websites involed with History and Ancestry.
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St George the Martyr Churchyard
James Edward Ignatius Masterson

This name is in reference to my previous comment, thank you.
Added by Red on Apr 21, 2016 3:05 PM
Grave location
I believe this grave location information is incorrect. It should be in the "Waterlooville Cemetery" Hulbert road, Havant Borough, Hampshire.

The grave is clearly visible using street view from Hulbert road. Just to the left of the entrance next to the metal sign.

"St George the Martyr Churchyard" Cemetery location is only within the "Churchyard" boundary.

You can find the Waterlooville Cemetery listed here on Find a Grave.

Just trying to help clarify cemetery locations.
Added by Red on Sep 12, 2015 11:19 PM
RE: Henry Melline Olivant
I do not have a photo of the grave but if you follow the link below you and click on "Highland Park" it will take you to a transcription of the cemetery done in the 1960's-70's. It might give you some more info on this particular person.
Added by VJS on Jun 27, 2014 7:00 AM

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