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Frank Vanpaemel (#47623811)
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Steven M
De Muelenaere
De Muelenaere's naam staat inderdaard niet op de grafkapel, maar hij en zijn vrouw (een lid van de familie De Knuyt) hebben daar zo goed als zeker hun laatste rustplaats.
Added by Steven M on Aug 20, 2015 12:09 PM
Steven M
Daem en De Muelenaere
Frank, je bent ongelooflijk bedankt voor de foto's. Hopelijk kan ik voor jou iets terugdoen.
Added by Steven M on Aug 20, 2015 11:40 AM
Andrea Morin
thank you
My Grandmother lost her brother Ernest Smith in Oct 27th 1944. His body never made it back to Canada for burial. I know that finding this photo for her will mean the world to her . A 90 year old sister ( my gram) and my 82 year old great Aunt can finally see their older brothers resting place.

A huge that you from my family

Andrea
Added by Andrea Morin on Aug 19, 2015 7:45 PM
Steven M
Juliaan Maes (#23369135)
Hartelijk bedankt voor de foto's. Ik heb ook nog een andere request geplaatst voor Brugge (die was ik per ongeluk vergeten).
Added by Steven M on Aug 19, 2015 11:48 AM
Daryll
RE: Gordon Elleraas
Thanks so much, I really appreciate the pic. Have passed this on to relatives as well. Your a good person to do this, Frank.
Daryll
Added by Daryll on Aug 07, 2015 5:44 PM
battleofassche
RE: James Muir
Thanks so much Frank! My email address is as follows:

jagdtigersdkfz88@gmail.com

Yes it seems they were all killed that day as the 15/19 Hussars withdrew to the Dendre and were the crews of two Mk Vib tanks. L/Sgt Long was 1st troop B Squadron and Lt Brace was 5th Troop C Squadron.

Cheers Steve
Added by battleofassche on Aug 07, 2015 11:49 AM
battleofassche
RE: James Muir
Thanks Frank you have been most helpful. I think this is the last of the 15/19 Hussars buried in this cemetery. I'll send you a link to the future post on these fellows when I get it finished.

Cheers Steve
Added by battleofassche on Aug 07, 2015 7:13 AM
Daryll
RE: Photo of entrance to grave site
ThAnk you....
so much and appreciated. Hope to visit some day when in area. I have researched the death date and his loc.where he died on the way to Belgium and Holland. His death appears to be related to a a village attack on the way to the port city Dunkirk....which stayed under siege till wars end. I was born in 1945 a year after his death.
Added by Daryll on Aug 06, 2015 2:01 PM
battleofassche
L/Sgt Long
Frank, again thank you so much. I was wondering if you recalled the last line of the inscription at the bottom of the grave stone which is partly covered by vegetation.

Cheers Steve
Added by battleofassche on Aug 06, 2015 11:47 AM
battleofassche
2nd Lt EFF Brace
Thank you so much Frank for providing the digital photo of 2nd Lt Braces grave stone. I'm putting together an account of his death on WW2talk.com soon.

http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/58129-15th-19th-hussars-in-assche-asse/page-4

Much appreciated
Steve
Added by battleofassche on Aug 06, 2015 11:43 AM
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