Changes are coming to Find A Grave. See a preview now.
|Graham J Parsons (#47018788)|
| || member for 9 years, 4 months, 9 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Born into a Naval Family in 1957. Grandfather and 3 of his Brothers served in the Royal Navy during the first and second world wars and another Brother served in the Merchant Navy. I Joined the Royal Navy as a Medical Assistant in 1973 at the age of 15. Served at Raleigh, Collingwood, Dryad, Haslar and the Royal Marines at Stonehouse Barracks Plymouth and CTCRM Lympstone.I've always had a keen interest in all things Military. I have researched my Family History back to the late 1700's including our military history during the two World Wars and have made some amazing discoveries. I regularly photograph War Graves and Memorials, Celebrity and Graves of interest which I in turn contribute to a number of Websites involed with History and Ancestry.|
|Messages left for Graham J Parso... (2)||[Leave Message]|
|Mike McQuaid||Sqdron Leader Colmore (#64759065 )|
Would it be OK to use the grave photo's that you have posted, for inclusion on a (non-commercial) site I volunteer for : "aircrewremembered".
I've located the grave of another of his crew, in West Kirby, Wirral ( #184438389) and will be submitting the story of their loss to the site.
Your photo's would be credited to you of course.
|VJS||RE: Henry Melline Olivant|
I do not have a photo of the grave but if you follow the link below you and click on "Highland Park" it will take you to a transcription of the cemetery done in the 1960's-70's. It might give you some more info on this particular person.
Added by VJS on Jun 27, 2014 7:00 AM