|Frank Vanpaemel (#47623811)|
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Thank you for the photos. Very nice work.
Added by Mark on Mar 01, 2015 8:38 PM
|Bruce Johnston||Pvt Huffman photograph|
My sincere thank you for taking a picture of Private Huffman's final resting place. It's men & women like Victor that we owe so much of our freedom too. His family is sad yet proud. Thanks again. Bruce Johnston
|phil miller||Thank You|
Many thanks for taking time to photograph this soldier's gravesite for our Remembrance Project.
|Andy Baker||Adegem Canadian War Cemetery - Heath|
Thank you so much for the picture of the above's headstone, it is much appreciated
I'm most grateful for the great photo, thank you,
Added by Bobancre on Jul 27, 2014 1:28 PM
|Julie Pernerowski||Wilmot family|
Thank you so much for the picture. Roy was my uncle who died before I was born but I am interested in searching my family. Thank you again.
Thanks very much for that :)
Added by Phil on May 14, 2014 12:22 PM
|Davy Hermans||Pieter Bergs|
Heel mooie foto, het is interessant beeldmateriaal voor het project "Den Groote Oorlog rond de Kluis" te Achel zie website : http://www.noordlimburg1914-1918.be/
Doe zo verder, je zal nog vele mensen gelukkig maken.
Met vriendelijke groet, Davy Hermans,
lid van het Grevenbroek museum van Hamont-Achel en samensteller van de soldatenlijst uit W.O.1 in Noord-Limburg.
|Gail Avery||RE: Montgomery John|
Yes if you have photos of the grave site
|ShelleyS||Angus Irvine McCartney|
Thank you so very much for taking a photo of the grave of Angus McCartney, my 3rd cousin 3x removed. He was born 21 Jul 1924 to Samuel and Lottie McCartney who farmed near Wasketenau, Alberta and was the youngest boy of a large family of six daughters and five sons. Very likely he felt going to war would be an adventure and an escape from the grinding poverty farmers in Alberta were facing during the Depression which lasted during the 1930s until the advent of World War II. I will be posting your photo on Ancestry.ca for his cousins to see and will give you credit for the work. Again, thank you for this work you have so freely given.
Added by ShelleyS on Dec 17, 2013 4:19 PM
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