|South Africa War Graves Project (#47298096)|
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|Have about 200 thousand photos of mostly British Commonwealth war graves, some American, some German, etc. Check out my website at www.southafricawargraves.org . I don't have everyone's relatives headstone, but if it is a war grave I can steer you in right direction. Please check out the other war grave project links on my home page. My photos are free, and I ask for nothing in return, unless you plan to publish on a website then simply credit my name Ralph McLean and put a link to the South Africa War Graves Project on your site.|
Photo requests? - learn these three words "CEMETERY...PLOT...NUMBERS". Making me do all the work of finding your loved one, is not part of the fun. Info people INFO!
While I don't usually have many records under my management, I'm more of a request filler, I will transfer what I do have to family.
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|Ruth Alice Breslin||Cdr. Bruce Lawrence Harwood|
Thank you South Africa War Graves Project for going to the time and trouble to take this photo for us. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. ~ Ruth
|Linda ||George Meseth|
Thank you so much!
Added by Linda on Apr 21, 2016 9:46 AM
|Leslie Lintott||Stoker 1st Class Angus Macaulay|
Thank-You for the transfer. I Hope you do not mind but I have transfered it over to Ian Macaulay 46974001. He can add a lot more to the memorial than I can. Once again Thank-You!
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Wallace Dinn for me. I appreciate it so very much.
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo for Herman Seidel. Your time is very much appreciated.
|Dottie Meadows||Clyde Banfield|
Thank you so much.
|Nancy Leathers||Edward Stewart Hazard|
Thank you so much for the photo. I really appreciate it.
|Tom Brocher||Gordon Nuzum|
Thank you for the photo of the memorial for Gordon Nuzum. I very much appreciate your effort!
|Graver||Leonard Michels and Theodore Hoffpauir|
Many many thanks for your photos of the names of these two men on the Tablets of the Missing. These two friends died together during World War II while they were serving on the Wasp, one was a gunner and the other a radioman. Leonard was my Mom's first husband and she never knew that he had a memorial site in Manila until two years ago. So thank you so very much!!
Added by Graver on Feb 13, 2016 11:19 AM
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Wilbert Sann|
Thank you for the picture information on his burial and death...Ed
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