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I live in the Sutherland Shire of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. I am a Mother of five, 3 sons (one son deceased, aged 3 years) and 2 daughters and a Grandmother of seven, 5 grandsons and 2 granddaughters. I have been researching my family ancestry since 2008. The main surnames in my tree are Richardson, Land, Embelton/Embleton, Rostron, Ranson, Brain and Crothers. I am particularly interested in preserving the memory of all our soldiers who fought to keep Australia free. Where there is limited information on their memorials I research for information on their birth details and family background.|
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|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.
|Lee Cognetta||RE: Re: Philip Howard Lechrone|
This the memorial @
Find A Grave Memorial# 127855189
|Lee Cognetta||Philip Howard Lechrone|
You have added information about Philip Lechrone at Find A Grave. Do you have any relationship to him?
|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
|Felsted School Archives||RE: 2nd Lieutenant Ronald Lacey Fidge|
Thank you very much for putting yourself out.
i think and hope that i have deleted all the
pictures. very sorry for the inconvenience.
|Felsted School Archives||RE: Maj Gerald Desmond MILLS|
Apologies, 2nd Lieutenant Ronald Lacey Fidge is whom I was asking for.
|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
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