|Johan Moors (#47082259)|
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I'm a World War 1 buff and researcher living in the Ypres Salient in Flanders Fields. |
Very often I roam the Military Cemeteries to take pictures of headstones requested by relatives of soldiers of Great Britain and the Commonwealth Forces who were killed or died in Flanders Fields.
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|Paul wells||Wells visit to The Somme|
Tthank you so much Johan for an inspiring, personal tour of the area and the visit to our fore bearers Graves. You do a tremendous thing and the passion just ouzes from you! You made our visit incredible. Your knowledge is second to none, it was a fantastic trip as well as being very poignant to our family.I have sent you a few pics of our visit, please feel free to post them on your website. As sent in email, we are already planning a visit to your neck of the woods up in Ypres next year to visit Flanders and other sites so will keep you posted. Once again Jjohan, Thank you so much!!! your one in a million my friend.
kind rgds Paul- Wells family
|Josie C||RE: Tancrez Farm Military Cemetery|
Added by Josie C on Mar 05, 2014 9:45 AM
|Josie C||Tancrez Farm Military Cemetery|
Please may I put the photo you took of this cemetery on our Blaker Famiy History website.
I have asked your permission in the past for another cemetery that you allowed me to. So would you like me to ask each time I find something or can I just put any on with of course a credit to you.
Added by Josie C on Feb 24, 2014 3:17 PM
|Jane Dundas||RE: Alfred James Hosie|
Johan that is very kind of you to offer. His name was Wilfred George Hosie, he was buried at the Bulls Rd cemetery, Flers in France which may be a long way from where you are. Do not put yourself out, I do not expect you to do this. I just appreciate the work you have done and would like to acknowledge it to you. Many thanks
|Jane Dundas||Alfred James Hosie|
Thank you for posting the photo of grave for Alfred James Hosie. This man was my great uncle. His younger brother is buried nearby.
|Doreen Harvey||RE: Russell Hugh Burgar|
Thank you so much, I had absolutely no information about his death other than that he was killed in battle at or near Ypres.
|Doreen Harvey||Russell Hugh Burgar|
Thank you Johan, for the picture of my uncle Russell's tombstone in Ypres. I was under the
impression that he was probably buried in a mass grave, and sharing a common monument with many other
young men who gave their lives.
I really appreciate what you have done.
|Josie C||RE: A H Tucker photo|
Added by Josie C on Jan 23, 2012 3:29 AM
|Peter Henderson||Lt G W Henderson|
You have posted a photo of my late Great Uncle Lieutenant George Wyndham Henderson's headstone on this site. Thank you for doing that. It completes a link in his life chain.
|Pauline ||Grave Photo|
My uncle was Lance Corporal John William Elshaw..I wondered if it was possible to get a photo
of his headstone..
Added by Pauline on Jan 17, 2012 8:03 AM
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