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YOU Volunteer to get the Burial Plot.
I'LL Volunteer to get the photo.
WEE talked me into this...and I've been having a great time taking headstone photos from France, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, Easter Island, Saigon, Africa, Iceland, Greenland, and all over New England. Rather nice hobby, now that I am retired.
Suggestions are appreciated.
DO NOT COPY ANYONE'S PHOTOS without asking for permission!!!
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|David MacPhail||RE: I need you help for Inverkip Church in Scotland|
Hi I have got the GPS from google maps.
|sanmea||RE: James Buss Find A Grave Memorial# 68473224|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my G Uncle's grave, another one to add to my ancestry research, I was so pleased when after a long search I eventually found a photo of the crew of E19 submarine, if you look under Eric Buss you will see all the memorabilia about my father who served on HMSFormidable
Best wishes Sandra
Added by sanmea on Jun 23, 2016 11:06 AM
Thank you for posting the photos of the graves for Harriet Barker (no marker found) and her husband!
Added by gcdavis4 on Jun 20, 2016 11:18 AM
|Robert Sage||LCPL Craig Francis Swain #83053745|
The about is the correct person, not Jerald.
|Robert Sage||LCPL Jerald Swain|
May we use your photo of his grave stone on our web site.
|FullOBlarney||Claffey - New Calvary, Boston|
Would you kindly transfer my grandmother and great grandparents memorials to me? My contributor # is 46979123. Their memorials are as follows:
Patrick Claffey # 116010309
Ellen Claffey # 116010310
Catherine Woods Claffey # 116010311
|Denis W.Halls||Ronald Victor George Dennis|
Sgt - RAFVR - Wireless Operator/Gunner - Keil Cemetery Germany.
Thank you Bob for the headstone photo. Much appreciated.
Nephew (He was one of my Mum's younger brothers).
I notice that you have added a lot of gravestones at St Augustine's in South Boston. I have a death record that documents that my great great grandfather, William Brown Shackford, a civil war veteran who died Nov 19, 1866 was buried there. I'm from AZ and visited the area today - a volunteer who was potentially available to open the gates was not available so I took pictures from the outside of the fence. We'll be up in Exeter for the next two weeks and am wondering if you are aware of any documentation of the gravestones that exist besides your pictures so I can decide if I should try to get there on a Saturday when the church is open? Have written to the church archivist but think that I'd bet a better sense from someone who's actively been there and taken photos. Thanks very much for your help and for all the photos you've shared!
|Carol Johnstone||RE: Re- Sergeant ( Obs. ) William W Johnstone|
I've recently found an old photo of William's grave that I reckon was taken immediately post WW2. It shows William's grave in its original state- thought you might be interested to see it.
Please check out his page to view it there.
Many thanks again.
With kind regards,
|Nancy Harris||Photo for Frances Ellis|
Thank you very much for the photo for Frances's memorial!
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