|Dwight Baker||MM Suffix|
I did some research on the first request and found it was for Military Medal and I have no problem putting in on there. I just wanted you to know that it causes the "see who else is buried in the same cemetery etc." to not show the others with that surname since it is specific and will only show others with an MM also. The suffix field is locked and they won't let us put that there.
I know MBE's are used in the UK and don't know if they suffer the same issue or do it differently.
Added by Dwight Baker on Oct 16, 2016 4:03 PM
|Marcia Rankin||Ethel May Hele nee Thomas|
Known as May was my grandmother and she is buried in the West Terrace Cemetery Adelaide South Australia not Centennial Park Pasadena as is stated. She is buried along with her husband Arthur Harold Hele,her mother Matilda Nancy Allan - Thomas, nee Hewish and also I think her father Josiah Thomas. Path 22 plot 53W. In a message I placed on the website I omitted to put in Matilda Nancy's second married name of Allan.
Added by Marcia Rankin on Oct 10, 2016 6:03 PM
|Annie Greene||Edward Thomas Kaine|
Hello. I am part of a group researching the 390 names on the war memorial in Isleworth, London Borough of Hounslow. We have website www.isleworthww1.co.uk if you would like to check us out.
Edward Thomas Kaine is one of the soldiers I am researching . Each of our soldiers has a Summary sheet with the biographical information we have found out and I wondered if you would allow us to use the photograph of Edward in his Summary sheet. We would be happy to send you an electronic copy of the Summary. The project is not-for-profit and we would not share the photograph with anyone without your permission.
I don't know how much you know about Edward, but he had a younger brother Charles Albert Richard who was killed in 1917 and is commemorated at Menin Gate. The youngest of Edward's brothers, George, survived WW1 (probably too young to serve) but was ironically killed by a bombing-raid in 1940.
Added by Annie Greene on Oct 08, 2016 6:54 AM
|James Marshall||RE: duplicate Cemetery's|
Thank you for reading and responding to y message.
The ones that are left, are they not created by you? If not able to move them I will do what I can to contact for the remaining.
And by the way, I love the photo of your family and you.
Lets keep in touch. :)
Added by James Marshall on Oct 04, 2016 9:58 AM
|James Marshall||duplicate Cemetery's|
I see you have worked very hard on some people for the
Dunnville Riverside Cemetery :Dunnville,Haldimand County,Ontario,
The actual Cemetery is just called Riverside Cemetery. It is in Dunnville,Haldimand County,Ontario,
There is a find a grave site already made for this name with photo of the entrance sign.
I know there is not two of them for I live in this area.
Please for give me, I salute you for all the hard work and I am sure you understand it can be hard with duplicate Cemetery's.
Added by James Marshall on Sep 25, 2016 8:05 PM
|Lee Cognetta||RE: Re: Philip Howard Lechrone|
This the memorial @
Find A Grave Memorial# 127855189
Added by Lee Cognetta on Sep 25, 2016 8:21 AM
|Lee Cognetta||Philip Howard Lechrone|
You have added information about Philip Lechrone at Find A Grave. Do you have any relationship to him?
Added by Lee Cognetta on Sep 24, 2016 1:43 PM
|Rose ||William Alexander Wilson|
You have sent me an edit for William Wilson. I agree with most of it except the birth place. The records I have found in the past used to call Eaglehawk, Nerring (Loddon Shire, Greater Bendigo) not Nerring in the Pyrenees Shire. It has been very confusing and I know many people moved around in those days looking for gold but I tend to think that he may have been born around the Eaglehawk area and not in the Pyrenees Shire. If you google Nerring , county of Bendigo you can find some maps of the area with the surnames of property owners.
I am happy to make the changes but I need you to be aware that there are two 'Nerring's in Victoria
Added by Rose on Sep 15, 2016 6:49 AM
|PETER GLENN||Re.Pte EDWARD JENKINS.|
Edward Jenkins is a relative of mine killed 22/27 July 1916. There is a photo of a cross near a barbwire fence inscribed to the 3rd Batt. I would like to know where this is if you know as we are going to the Western Front soon. Regard Peter
Added by PETER GLENN on Sep 07, 2016 6:19 PM
|Felsted School Archives||RE: 2nd Lieutenant Ronald Lacey Fidge|
Thank you very much for putting yourself out.
Added by Felsted School Archives on Sep 06, 2016 8:41 AM
i think and hope that i have deleted all the
pictures. very sorry for the inconvenience.
Added by laurinlaurin espie on Sep 05, 2016 11:48 AM
|Felsted School Archives||RE: Maj Gerald Desmond MILLS|
Apologies, 2nd Lieutenant Ronald Lacey Fidge is whom I was asking for.
Added by Felsted School Archives on Sep 05, 2016 1:07 AM
|Felsted School Archives||Maj Gerald Desmond MILLS|
I am an assistant archivist for Felsted School and we are in the process of preparing a book for publication (to be sold via our webpage for Felstedians and public educational and research interest to order individually) and currently updating our webpage https://archives.felsted.essex.sch.uk/of/warmem/2014/index.php for all those who fell and fought in WWI & II.
We anticipate to produce the book for 18th November 2016.
I am requesting a copy of your photograph to add to our data. (Appropriately accredited of course).
I can confirm that this is not a commercial-venture, and there will be no profit. Any surplus made will go straight back into the work of the archives, and particularly into our work on improving school and local community understanding of War Memorial matters.
I look forward to your reply upon this request.
I await your reply
Jules Wallis, Assistant Archivist.
http://archives.felsted.org/ Felsted School, Dunmow, Essex CM6 3JG
Added by Felsted School Archives on Sep 04, 2016 5:36 AM
Added by Andrew Thomson on Aug 31, 2016 5:47 AM
|Andrew Thomson||Find A Grave Memorial# 55903319|
Charles James Anderson was my great Uncle. I have visited his grave twice over the years. I was wondering if you would be prepared to transfer this memorial to me. He is a special person in our family, even after so many years.
Andrew Thomson # 47205597
Added by Andrew Thomson on Aug 30, 2016 10:12 PM
|Doc Wilson||re: Martin Pianta|
I have reasons for posting the info I did about Martin Pianta's birth year and death info. He is listed in Australian Birth records and several family trees on Ancestry.com as having been born in 1890; if this info is incorrect I would appreciate something more specific. Concerning place of death: when I am entering info for war graves, I try to be as specific as I can for locations. It's obvious, of course, that he died in France, but it was Commonwealth War Graves Commission policy that soldiers be buried as close as possible to where they fell, so we can assume he died very close to Hargicourt, possibly in the town itself, certainly within the parameters of the location I specified. If I had access to the history of his unit I could be more certain, but I am satisfied that Department of the Aisne, Picardie region is accurate enough for Find A Grave's purposes.
Added by Doc Wilson on Aug 10, 2016 12:51 PM
|laurinlaurin espie||william williams|
once again i must apologise for my mistakes,
photo now deleted. Laurin
Added by laurinlaurin espie on Aug 08, 2016 11:01 AM
|Lynette Smith||Flying Officer S G Hall|
hope the photos i have provided for this memorial are ok for you it was a pleasure taking them
Added by Lynette Smith on Aug 08, 2016 6:24 AM
Hello Lyne(?). I am related to the LAND family and interested to discuss common FH. I've sent you a message via Ancestry. Two of my Great Aunts married two LAND brothers Arthur Havlock and John Edwin. (Charters Towers, Burdekin and Bowen areas). Cheers
Added by John-DownUnder on Jul 26, 2016 7:32 AM
|Phyllis Kallquist||RE: Re: Margaret Kennedy Memorial|
Thank you Lynette for prompt reply. The transfer to me would be great thanks.
Added by Phyllis Kallquist on Jul 14, 2016 3:29 AM
|Phyllis Kallquist||Kennedy Woodstock|
Just discovered your entry for Margaret Kennedy at Woodstock Cemetery. She was my 2nd great grandmother. I did visit this grave myself last year but was unable to read the inscription. Do you have a copy of the full inscription by any chance? I was going to look into having the headstone repaired but need the wording of the inscription to do so.
Added by Phyllis Kallquist on Jul 13, 2016 9:48 PM
|laurinlaurin espie||RE: Re: Memorial #56800766|
sorry about that, photo now deleated, Laurin
Added by laurinlaurin espie on Jun 28, 2016 5:06 AM
|laurinlaurin espie||RE: Re: Private Vernon Thomas Brookes Memorial #56855184|
thank you for that, photo now deleated. Laurin
Added by laurinlaurin espie on Jun 14, 2016 12:57 AM
|Lazblom||Centennial Park Cemetery Information|
Just a couple of tips before you request pics from Centennial Park Cemetery Adelaide. When you look up the person on the Cemetery Website looking for the grave site and none is shown you need to click on the persons name. This opens another page and down the right hand side you will see information. More than likely the person has been cremated and only a date is shown. In this case the ashes were more than likely given to family at the time via the Funeral Parlor. On other occasions the person has been cremated and buried within the cemetery however the site has been surrended and the ashes removed. In both these instances there will be no map location and no pic will be available. This is information available to you. By doing this there will be no need to request pics as none exist. Today I sent back 7 of your requests for these reasons. Hope this helps. Larry
Added by Lazblom on Jun 10, 2016 1:30 AM
|Lazblom||RE: Re: Harold Clifton Sparks - Memorial #152466906|
Yes I can that for you.Just request a pic from Vera May Sparks memorial.
Added by Lazblom on Jun 09, 2016 11:26 PM