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I live in Winnipeg MB, Canada, enjoy the endless search in genealogy of my family.|
I would like to contribute photos for those searching in Winnipeg, especially Canadian Military at Brookside Cemetary.
Brookside Field of Honour is one of the largest and oldest Military interment sites in Canada.
Considered Canada’s most significantly designed Military Field of Honour, Brookside has more than 12,000 Veterans, Service Men and Service Women and War Heroes interred alongside each other.
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|Viv & Murray||RE: Request for Alyce Hope Walker Maruca|
I sent a message to Find A Grave member Anonymous (#48340051)to check their info, as they posted the memorial for both in Brookside.
I don't know if this Anonymous member is a relative, so possibly they might have more info than I do. Alyce was my 2nd cousin 1x removed and I thought the same as you, that she was buried in Glen Lawn cemetery. So once I hear back from them, I'll post the plot and lot number.
Thanks again Henry.
Thank you for the research you did to take this photo. You not only took a very clear picture, but you also explained the situation well not having a marker on site.
I'm still not sure if this is the Anna Olson I am looking for, but at least I know to look other places since no headstone = no additional information.
|Paul Egan||Dorothy Hartz|
Probably the most professional work that I've ever seen on this site. Thank you for the photos and the extra information that you provided (the burial site of Margaret Grey, her mother).
Dorothy's father was in WW1 and a friend of mine who would have been a distinct cousin of Dorothy created a video detailing his life and adventures in Europe. I was hoping to find someone to pass the information down to but it seems that the line may have ended with Dorothy.
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of my grandparents' and uncle's grave markers. I really appreciate them.
Added by markgord on Sep 20, 2017 7:41 PM
Thank you for the photo of Alexander's stone and outlining the plot. Also the newspaper article was interesting. I appreciate it.
Added by Anne on Sep 20, 2017 6:21 PM
|Ken||RE: Matilda Lautsch headstone photo|
It is done.
Glad to help.
Added by Ken on Sep 19, 2017 3:58 PM
Thanks for the photos of Marie's Schick grave! Your efforts are appreciated :)
Added by hollaw on Sep 14, 2017 1:20 PM
|David Barkes||Dmytro Halak|
Thank you so mush for your time in obtaining this photo. It really helps "flesh the bones" of one's ancestors :-). Thank You!
|Jc||Thank you so much|
God bless you. Thank you so much for the photos of my grandfather's grave as I have not seen it since I was a child. This brings me great happiness. What you are doing is amazing I can not begin to tell you how much this means to me. Thank you Bocephus and god bless you.
Added by Jc on Sep 12, 2017 3:47 PM
|Diane Sevick||Agnes Lindon|
Thanks very much for your help in locating the resting place of our loved one! Diane Sevick
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