|Denise M Day||Captain Travers Charles Melville Taberer|
Photo request fulfilled 2/7/17.
Captain Taberer is resting in the honorably maintained Milan War Cemetery in Milan, Italy at Section V, Row A, Plot 14 with a clearly legible white Headstone. I was honored to visit him yesterday along with his fellow servicemen and women.
I've forwarded you further information from my visit.
www.southafricangraves.org/cj/details.php?id=24671 is a link where you can find more specific information on Captain Taberer, in addition to photos of him, the telegraph sent to his wife upon his passing, and more.
|WARGRAVE||RE: C Watts|
Beside taking pictures of wargraves, I have now started with my wife a small business in which we are placing dayfresh flowerboucquets on wargraves, memorials, cemeteries from Ypres to the Somme. I have started this business due to the many requests from people around the world.
This service can be found on our website: http://www.wargrave.eu/
In the customer section you will find an example of a commemoration I did last week for a Scottish client in Dunkirk.
If this service would interest you please drop me an email: email@example.com
It would be great if you could share this with people you know.
Added by WARGRAVE on Feb 17, 2016 4:45 AM
|Dawn Stewart||Frank Allcock|
Hope you were happy with the photos. Was Frank a relative of yours? Let me know if you need any further info.
|WARGRAVE||RE: C Watts|
you are very welcome
Added by WARGRAVE on Aug 06, 2015 4:26 AM
|cham10_0||many many thanks|
Thank you so very very much for photographing the grave of my great great ancestor A Staniforth who died in 1945 in WW2.
To see such a beautiful tribute to him brought a tear to my eye & that would not have been possible without you, so thank you. You truly do a lovely thing!
Added by cham10_0 on Jul 13, 2015 12:14 PM
Thank you for taking the time to photograph this headstone. It is a beautiful cemetery.
all the best,
|Barbara Smith||Alfred Claude Toovey|
Thank you so very much for taking the photo of my cousin's final resting place. It means so much to me.
Many many thanks for the two photos from Florence. They have been on my list of wants for nearly 5 years. Two more ticked off.
|zoe walden||Grenville Butcher|
Thank you so much for the photograph of Grenville Butchers headstone! He was my great-great uncle.
It is very much appreciated!
Thank you again
|dafadowndilly||Raymond Joseph Clark|
Thank you so much for adding the gravestone picture of Raymond Joseph Clark. It is much appreciated.
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