|Margaret Rose (#47702872)|
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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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|ColinA||RE: photo requests|
Thanks for letting me know. I have others to do in the area.
Added by ColinA on Jul 04, 2014 1:52 PM
|FamilyHistoryAddict||Great Bircham Gravestones|
You're very welcome Margaret Rose. :)
|John Huntley||Ernest Frank Huntley|
Thanks for the photo of Frank's headstone at Nine Elms Cemetery. My father is Frank's nephew and never thought he would see the resting place of his uncle, who emigrated from Boxford, Berkshire in 1912 to Canada. If anybody wants more information/photos of the Huntleys, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to visit in July/August and do your requests if they have not been done by then.
Added by ColinA on Jun 04, 2014 4:20 PM
|Grant Workman||Sgt. William Baird|
I thought that you maybe interested in seeing this.
October 30, 1942.
#32 OTU, Patricia Bay, BC, Anson I (#7056) lost during training exercise to Port San Juan, Washington State.
Sergeant William Baird (N) R131545 Brooks Alberta, P/O C. Cox RAF, P/O A.W. Lawrence RAF and Sgt R.E. Lucock RAF all died when Anson aircraft #7056 went down near Port Renfrew, B.C., during training exercise.
The wreckage was only discouvered in October 2013.
Sergeant Navigator Baird has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario,Canada.
|David A. Smith||Signaller Harry Munsie Smith|
Thank you so much for the transfer and God Bless.
|David and Anne||Basil John Boggis|
I'm the daughter of Basil John Boggis.
I visited the cemetery in Oosterbeek last October.
We try and go every two years.
Thank you for showing an interest in my father's grave.
|Paul Warner||Corporal John B Webster|
I'm happy to report that Corporal Webster has a new, upright headstone with not a speck of dirt on it. For the benefit of anyone searching for it, the plot is in Section 11 (Range 23, Lot 41, as you said).
My father was with the Irish Regiment, too, but was just finishing his basic training when the war ended.
|Anonymous||John Webster photo request|
Hi: Saw your photo request for John Webster buried in St. JOHN Norway but you didn 't provide section or lot number. Do you know the information.?
Please feel free to add a virtual flower to this memorial.
Kind regards from the Netherlands,
Added by Fred on Mar 29, 2014 4:08 AM
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