|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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|Grant Smith||Emiline West|
Hello Margaret Rose
Just to let you know that I have the stories of how Emiline West's three sons died. Will be pleased to send their stories to you if you would like to see them.
|Rockies Graver||Sgt James Watt #120987419|
Wow! Just want to comment on the research you did, listing all the other crew members of the downed Lancaster. Thank you.
Are you familiar with the 'Aircrew Remembered' site? It's a site that is researching and listing all aircrew losses from all wars. I was checking to see if this flight was recorded and it wasn't. You might want to send them your research.
It lists all reported losses by date.
|Andy Baker||St Desir|
Thank you very much for the pictures
|geniefan||RE: Re: grave marker photo|
Hello Margaret Rose
Thank you so very much for advising me that your friend has taken a photo of my Uncle Norman Johnston's grave in St. Desir War Cemetery, Caen, Calvados, France. I visited his grave in 1979 but did not have a good camera so the pictures were not very good. Yes, I would appreciate it if you would have the photo added to Norman Johnston's area of Find A Grave.com.
Added by geniefan on Jan 13, 2014 5:55 PM
|setaf||Robert Cameron Hall|
Thank you so much Margaret for posting the picture of Robert's marker. I've been doing family history research and that branch of the family has been elusive, as they spent much of their time in Canada and Maine. I knew he had been killed in the war, but it was a shock when I was able to find where he was buried and then to get a photo also. Thank you again. I hope to maybe get a bit more involved in this website thanks to seeing what people like yourself are doing for others.
Added by setaf on Jan 10, 2014 4:44 AM
|Marcel ROSVELDS||Flying Officer (Air Bomber) William Ralph Ellwood|
I noticed you posted a picture of the memorial - I just posted a photo of his marker. Thank you officer Ellwood for keeping my country free.
|jane grey||war graves.|
My name is Anne Cunningham.I seen this site and I would like to inform you that I grew up in Scotland right next to Dumbarton Cemetary.I was always curious about the Canadian Airmen buried there as my father was present at their burial and I always felt it was so sad for their families.Wee a few years ago I took some photos .I sent the info to the Canadian digital memorial but maybe some older people don't have comps.I have the photos if someone could use them .I was sp glad to see a photo of the young man I grew up playing by his graveside and I often feel I have a very close relationship with these young men almost like I knew them
|Elle||RE: grave marker photo|
Dear Margaret we are extremely grateful to you and your friend for the 'close-up' of John's gravestone and that lovely touch with the rose, really most kind and thoughtful of your friend for doing that, so very much appreciated, once again we thank you.
Kindest regards Eleanor.
Added by Elle on Dec 14, 2013 7:36 PM
Please feel feel to add a virtual flower for this brave man! And ask your findagrave friends to do the same.
It reminds a little bit of Oskar Schindler.
Added by Fred on Dec 13, 2013 12:13 PM
|Craig Searle||RE: Welcome|
Thank you for all your help Margaret
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