|Em||RE: D T Kay|
Thank you for replying and for permission to use the photo. And thank you for all your hard work :)
Added by Em on Nov 11, 2015 3:19 PM
Apologies... My message should have read Please :)
Added by Em on Nov 10, 2015 2:14 PM
|Em||D T Kay|
Can I use your photo on my blog? Daniel is my great uncle and I am writing about him for Remembrance Day - sadly we do not have a picture of him.
Added by Em on Nov 10, 2015 2:08 PM
I found your photo of Wilf Wooller's grave in Cardiff on findagrave.
Your photo is a very good one and I would be grateful if I could have your permission to use it in my guide to cricketers?
Added by Michael on Oct 09, 2015 8:04 AM
|JBlue||Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Tombstone|
My son is doing a project on Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkins and we need to make a tombstone for her as part of his project. I found your picture on this site and we'd like to know if you can kindly tell us what it actually says on the tombstone. He wants it as close as he can get it to the real one but we cannot read what the tombstone says.
Your information would be greatly appreciated!!
Added by JBlue on Oct 25, 2014 10:16 AM
|Bill Williams||Henry William Vardon (Harry)|
I have been researching the life and career of golfer Harry Vardon for several years and came across your photos.
Would you have any objection if I used your headstone photograph in my manuscript about this gentleman's life?
Bill Williams (private individual)
|Dudley||RE: St Lawrence Churchyard Winslow|
Many thanks for replying so quickly. Your willingness for the photo to be reused is much appreciated.
Added by Dudley on Aug 26, 2014 4:07 AM
|Dudley||St Lawrence Churchyard Winslow|
I contribute to a non commercial website
www.ww1-yorkshires.org.uk dedicated to remembering something of the men who died serving with the Yorkshire Regiment in WW1. You have published a photo of Pte G W T Parson's headstone. I am writing to enquire whether you will allow your photo to be reused on the Yorkshires site. You will of course be credited as the owner of the image.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Dudley on Aug 25, 2014 1:11 PM
Thank you for all the information. Was his ashes buried in the cemetery?
|Peter Holford||RE: Richard Edgar Wood|
Thank you for your reply. Keep up the good work. I must add a few more of my own to the list. I don't know whether you would like any more info about Richard Edgar Wood. He was born in the third quarter of 1902 in Hull. I'm not sure how he ended up in the Isle of Wight - he married a local girl in Ventnor in 1937 at the age of 35. They had two sons - perhaps I've got distant cousin's living nearby!
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