|Karrie Huffman-Laramee||RE: Private Huffman|
Thank you very much for your response, you english is actually really great, no worries. Thanks for the information about my grandfather and where he fought. We don't know a lot of details about where he died so any little bit helps. I have been searching the Internet and having been finding small bits at a time and learning about him from that.
Perhaps if you ever find yourself in the cemetery on a summer day you could send a photo of his grave with the flowers and greenery my way.
|Karrie Huffman-Laramee||Private Huffman|
I am the grand daughter of Private Victor Huffman and on behalf of my father Victor and the rest of my family I would like to say thank you for the photos of my grand fathers grave. Our family has never been able to visit my grand fathers resting place so it's comforting to be able to see it and know that it is well taken care of. Until we are one day able to visit we truly appreciate having the pictures.
|Margaret Rose||Find A Grave Memorial# 170943543|
Thank you for the photos of Private Kenneth Donald Duncanson"s grave maker. It is greatly appreciated.
Take care, Margeret
Dank u voor de foto van het graf van de broer van mijn grootvader Camiel die ik ook niet heb gekend hij stierf in WO2 . Weet u meer over Cyriel??
Binnen kort zullen we zijn graf bezoeken.
mvg Trees Parrein
Added by pondfarm on Aug 12, 2016 10:27 AM
|jim gillis||Robert Smith|
Thank you, much appreciated.
Thank you for directing me to the Belgian War Dead Register.
I've added his parents names to his memorial, and a link to the entry on the Belgian website.
Added by redrose on Jun 18, 2016 9:48 AM
|Steven M||Willy Blomme (#153806857)|
Zeer bedankt voor de foto's Frank. Was hij de enige met een plaatje van "Brigade Piron", of waren er nog?
Added by Steven M on May 02, 2016 1:19 PM
|Judy Barrette-Flint||Smith, Gordon Edward|
Thank-you so much for picture of his headstone Burial: Adegem Canadian War Cemetery, Maldegem, Arrondissement Eeklo, East Flanders (Oost-Vlaanderen), Belgium Plot: II. E. 5. [Edit Plot]...
Find A Grave Memorial# 160961493
His story was particularly sad as his wife, my cousin, had tuberculosis and died shortly after he went overseas (Sep 1944)--it appears they lost their only son, not long before that, age 9, probably from TB as well.
|Dale & Patti||Joseph Amedee Voutour|
Frank - a heartfelt thank you so very much for the great photo of Amedee's military marker. It's nice to see such a well kept stone and your photos are crystal clear. So from across the ocean in Maine, thank you for giving of your time to locate his resting place -it is truly appreciated. He is a recently discovered great-uncle of my wife's.
|mary martin||m templeman|
hi i cant thank you enough for taking this photograph i have waited a long time for this as i cant visit his grave or put flowers up but this had made my day thank you for responding so quickly thank you my friend mary martin
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