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Ex Military and police. Interested in Family History and is committed to photographing all the War Graves and Memorial, of Gloucestershire and Staffordshire plus other counties if I happen to pass a burial site. I stop and have a look around|
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|JohnM||Victor Roy J Smith|
In the obituary for Roy, you have indicated that his wife Winifred died on the same date and at the same age. I suspect that this may not be correct, and this event is not listed on the freeBMD website.
Added by JohnM on Aug 21, 2016 3:24 AM
|Mike McQuaid||Sgt R N Birkhead ( 57738729 )|
I see that you have posted his record ... you might be interested in the following, which I found out while researching a grave in Plymyard Cemetery, Wirral.
He was the wireless op of an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk V (P4939) of No. 10 OTU, RAFVR, Abingdon which took off at 01.15 on a night training exercise. It stalled shortly after take off and crashed at Sandleigh Road playing fields, St. Helen Without, Abingdon (Then in Berkshire but now part of Oxfordshire).
See 166167193 Pilot Officer 62294 Leonard Sinclair Bradburn for details of the rest of the crew.
|GraverGuy||St. Andrews, Church Aston|
I saw you posted a photo of St. Andrews at Church Aston in Shropshire, and was wondering if you were available to photograph a few graves?
|Reg Edwards||Hartshill Cemetery WW1 graves|
I am preparing a leaflet on the CWGC graves in Hartshill Cemetery and would like to use some of your photographs of headstones to go with biographies. Your photographs are much better than my attempts.
|Crystalcity||RE: Richard Lionel Snyed Mather|
Yes you can use this photo for your personal use.
|Donna||burials at lydney st. marys church graveyard|
hello, while searching for info on how to find a grave for my ancestor i came across you. i am in need of someone who lives in this are as stated as to see if they can locate and photograph graves for my ancestors. they are suppost to be buried in the churchyard (old) of st. mary's. name:william or willyam prence or prince and his wife ann. william was said to of been born in 1584 lydney, forest of dean and died: 28 oct 1630 lydney. i don't have the dates for ann. i live in florida in the u.s. so i do have a need to rely on others. my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help me or if you know someone who can. thank you so much, donna
Added by Donna on Jul 05, 2014 12:30 PM