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I'm retired and have nine grandchildren who I spend a lot of time with. One of my interests is connecting with people overseas on the internet who will visit war graves and take photos for family members who are unable to go there themselves.|
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|Alison||RE: Re Find A Grave Memorial# 133455867|
Thank you for adding the info
It looks great.
If you have more memorials in that area you may hear from me again as I have a long list of names from the folks who created the Bomber Country Aviation Resource site, which is all about RAF in Lincolnshire during WWII
Added by Alison on Feb 04, 2016 6:37 PM
|Yandeau||re J. M. Bannon|
I put your bio left on a photo for Pvt Bannon, on the bio section of his memorial and added your name. Nobody will see it on the flower and not everyone clicks the image.and I also will Put his full name down.
Thank you for the photos and bio.
Added by Yandeau on Dec 31, 2015 7:44 PM
Some one in my family got in touch with his relatives and my dad received a letter from them which he still has today :)
|martin little||Hi Margaret|
I was out with my dad the other day and he was telling me about norman william barbeau plane crash which was very near his house. He said he was helping put out the fire by people passing buckets to each other. The tree he hit is still growing today. Not sure if that any help but when my dad told me about it. It was so nice to hear :)
|Jim Wilkie||RE: NS Agnes W Wilkie|
Nursing Sister Agnes W Wilkie was my Aunt and was returning to St John's Newfoundland from her leave. I was only one year old so do not remember her, but my family passed along comments on her gentle and quiet disposition as well as her compassion in assisting the wounded from war effort.
It is my pleasure to grant you and your group access to this photo of NS Agnes Wilkie.
You may be aware, that her companion that tragic night, Margaret E Brooke, celebrated her 100th Birthday this spring and is living in Victoria BC. The Federal Government has commissioned one of the new Arctic Patrol Ships to honour her heroic efforts following the sinking of the Caribou.
Thank you once again for providing this recognition for Agnes Wilkie and it is deeply appreciated by myself and the Wilkie family.
|Jim Wilkie||NS Agnes W Wilkie|
Thank you Margaret Rose for your expression of sympathy for Nursing Sister Agnes Wilkie. I placed a picture of Agnes on the site, in full Naval Dress this date. Many families have lost their loved ones, but they will never be forgotten.
Jim Wilkie & the Wilkie family.
|Robert Savary||Private C. W. Yell|
Dear Margaret Rose,
on September 5, 2015 you left a poppy at Private C. W. Yell's grave in Vevey, Switzerland. I have now added a picture to this name.
Have a good Remembrance Day!
|Alfhard||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 124055805|
You are welcome. My wife comes across many interesting bits of information, which I then either post or convey. By the way, I just noticed a typo: The newspaper reference should read Gaspe, not Gasp.
Added by Alfhard on Nov 06, 2015 12:21 PM
|Ron Potapchuk||William Potapchuk|
I have just found this site and would like to thank you very much for the candle you lit for my Uncle. I never met my uncle, but, I have never forgotten him. That was very kind and nice of you!
Thank you again,
|Cathy Smith||Maurille Joseph Moreau & Herman Moreau|
Hello, Margaret Rose:
I am a niece of Maurille and Herman Moreau. I saw the photos on the Find a Grave site and would dearly love copies. I would, of course, pay the cost. Would you be willing to provide the copies?
Thanks ever so much for you work on this project.
p.s. my Mother Artense Moreau Grexton was their sister.
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