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Chris Doran (#47269014)
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Pam Wilson
RE: W T Rea
Hi Chris, Thanks for the information. Yes I will try and sort it out. I am wading through all the names at the moment. I have been given 133 which are the names on just one side. It is certainly interesting finding the info although at times a bit depressing. If folks think they have it tough now, I don't know how they would cope with the tragedy that the families had to cope with.

Thanks once again.

Added by Pam Wilson on Jan 17, 2017 4:12 AM
Pam Wilson
J C Roberts
Hi Another photo if poss. John Charles Roberts Panel 117 Tower Hill memorial died 1942. Thanks Pam
Added by Pam Wilson on Jan 15, 2017 5:03 AM
Pam Wilson
W T Rea
Hi Chris, Thank you for the previous photo. Is it possible for a photo of the name W T Rea which is also on the Tower Hill Memorial Panel 50 he died in 1943. He isn't on the Find a Grave website and as I am not a family member I don't think I can add him. But he is on our Worthing war memorial and we are researching all the names, so that they are not just names. Thanks for any help that you are able to give. Pam
Added by Pam Wilson on Jan 15, 2017 4:54 AM
Pam Wilson
T H Munford
Thank you for the photo. There may be a few more requests. Pam
Added by Pam Wilson on Jan 15, 2017 4:40 AM
Mary Spencer and Andrew Johnson
Thank you for the message and am on the search for Mary's Remembrance card... I would appreciate it if you could transfer them to me...whilst I was on the search I found one of someone who was born in research led me to surnames which are in my English tree and maybe in my husband's American side thank ever so much for the tip...regards Kat
Added by kat on Dec 27, 2016 7:56 PM
Ronald Welch
Dora lakeman Biggs Horning, Edward James Horning
Again Chris thank you very much for your efforts in obtaining these photos! Ron Welch
Added by Ronald Welch on Nov 20, 2016 5:54 AM
Henry, Graham & Gerald
Sincere thanks for taking the grave photographs

Jackie & Peter
Added by Peter on Nov 19, 2016 2:19 PM
James Edward Martin
RE: James Hamilton at St Pancras
Thanks for trying, James Martin in Sonora, Calif., U.S.A.
Added by James Edward Martin on Oct 27, 2016 5:34 PM
Barbara Downes
Thank you Chris! I like them - to be honest, I think rampant ivy is nicer than manicured grass...although I suppose if I was looking for a headstone I'd be a bit peeved by it.

Meant to mention that yes I'm on ancestry so I have access to their records...and I had noticed the ban on photography at the St Pancras cemetery, so I was wondering how you managed!

Thanks again, and do let me know if there's anything I can do for you on this side of the world.

regards, Barb
Added by Barbara Downes on Oct 26, 2016 11:06 PM
Barbara Downes
RE: Joseph Downs at Hither Green
Hi Chris
Many thanks for all that. Sure, some pictures of ivy would be great. I know it's a bit silly...but it's kind of better than nothing. I know these guys didn't have headstones of any kind, so even if the grounds were looked after there would just be a picture of grass. Thanks for sending through the link to Pvt Desmond. That's neat. Interestingly on Alice's burial record page, there's a person on that page also in plot GG316 (Annie Eust).

Thanks too for the insight about missing records at DoL. I guess I'm not surprised that it's patchy - although they sound like they still have many more records to put up, so it will be worth continuing to check back. Even if these relatives turn guess is they'll all be in G.G. (whatever that stands for).

Thanks again for all the help!

cheers, Barb

Added by Barbara Downes on Oct 25, 2016 3:47 AM
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