|South Africa War Graves Project (#47298096)|
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|Have about 200,000 photos of mostly British Commonwealth war graves, some American, some German, etc. Check out my website at www.southafricawargraves.org . I don't have everyone's relatives headstone, but if it is a war grave I can steer you in right direction. Please check out the other war grave project links on my home page. My photos are free, and I ask for nothing in return, unless you plan to publish on a website then simply credit my name Ralph McLean and put a link to the South Africa War Graves Project on your site.|
I am interested in any graves of soldiers that were born, enlisted or lived in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada. I am interested in any graves in The Pas, Manitoba.
My other interests are with the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps in WW1.
While I don't usually have many records under my management, I'm more of a request filler, I will transfer what I do have to family.
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|Utah Quilter in D.U.P.||M2C Martin Richmond Haydon Find A Grave Memorial# 56755817|
M2C Martin Richmond Haydon Find A Grave Memorial# 56755817
|John Ricklefs||Walter Frank Wissel|
Thank you very much for taking the photo. Very humbling.
Thank you very much for all the recent photos you've added for the records I requested. I appreciate it very much !
|Howard Leonard||Ray Stanley|
Thanks so very much for the photo. And all you have done.
|Jerry Leist ||Durwood Green Photo|
Thank you so much for photographing and posting your photo of the Tablets of the missing. I was not expecting to get a response, since their are not active photo volunteers for findagrave in the Manila area. Thanks for all of your hard work.
|Patricia Cronin||Manila American Cemetery and Memorial|
Good morning and thank you for the photo of the memorial for Thurston M Lipham who died at sea. Pat Cronin
|Patricia O'Neal||Manilla American Cemetery and Memorial|
Thank you for the photos of the engraved names of the two U.S. Navy Armed Guards listed below:
Seaman First Class Oscar Pardew and Seaman First Class John Pinizotto, both on the Samuel Heintzelman when it was torpedoed and sunk in the Indian Ocean in 1943.
Your work is of great value, in particular to those whose loved one was 'lost', whose remains were not recoverable.
Thank you for the photo. Much appreciated
Added by Lisa on Nov 05, 2016 11:05 AM
|Roger Frisby||RE: Chatby- Pte Parsons|
Thanks for your help
|Roger Frisby||Chatby- Pte Parsons|
Thank you so much for this.
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