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|International Wargraves Photography Project||Months??? Transfers against the rules?|
Its nice to see you have owneship of some of International Wargraves Photography Project memorials as most of the time when Ive added extra imformation or linked family it has taken FindAGrave months to and having them transferd was against their rules?
|JA Rhodes||St Peter & St Paul, King's Sutton|
I do not know where you reside, but would like to ask, if you are close to St Peter & St Paul, King's Sutton would you mind looking in the graveyard for a retaliative, William Heaton Rhodes who was buried on 31 October 1894. Reading through a newspaper article entitled 'A Sad Accident' It would appear he was buried in the south east corner of the church
Thanks very much for the grave photo you posted for the Marine Adam Brown memorial.
Added by Milou on Sep 13, 2014 11:26 PM
You sent me the following update for Frederick Crawley:
Son of Alma and Eliza Wale, of The Avenue, Sandy, Beds.
His brother Lance Corporal William John Wale also fell.
The surnames don't match. Was it for the correct memorial?
Added by Paul R on Sep 11, 2014 5:26 PM
|William Arbuthnot||RE: Arbuthnots|
William ("Willy") Reierson Arbuthnot, Senior, of Plawhatch, East Grinstead, Sussex. Born 14 Upper Wimpole Street, London 28 January 1826. Died 31 May 1913. For his ancestors, see A.3.h.jj. on Page 8 of Table J. Worked with Arbuthnot & Co. Chairman Bank of Madras & Chamber of Commerce of Madras; Director Commercial Union Insurance Co & of the Midland Bank Ltd; Member of the Legislative Council. Portrait of him is in the possession of WRA. Married at St James's, Westbourne Terrace, Paddington, 9 December 1858, Mary Helen Anstruther (born Edinburgh 31 December 1839; died 21 May 1912, a keen Christian, Founder of the Women's Protestant Union and supporter of the Women's Evangelical Alliance), daughter of Philip Anstruther, Colonial Secretary of Ceylon. EMA has a portrait of MHA with PSMA and MEA ("Lil"). They are both commemorated in West Hoathly Church, W Sussex.
He had numerous children incl
*(Philip) Stewart Mackenzie Arbuthnot. Born Madras 27 March 1863. Died 16 June 1936. Settled in South Africa, 1920. Matriculated his arms posthumously. Married, 11 December 1906, Ada ("Daisy") Jane Evelyn of Wotton, Surrey (died 14 October 1946), eldest daughter of William John Evelyn, DL, JP. She was the author of "Memories of the Arbuthnots of Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire" and other books. There is a memorial to them in West Hoathly
*(William) Reierson Arbuthnot, Junior. Born India 15 December 1866. Died 23 June 1938. Educated Eton. Worked with Arbuthnot & Co. Senior Partner, Arbuthnot Latham & Co, partner, 1903-38; Chairman, Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd and Estates & Agency Co Ltd; Director, Consolidated Sisal Estates of East Africa Ltd. Director The Great Southern of Spain Railway Co Ltd 1901. Lived at Old House, Plaw Hatch, Sussex. Married, 15 December 1907, Mabel Slade (born 7 May 1866; died 6 March 1947), only daughter of Francis Henry Slade of New York.
*Kenneth Wyndham Arbuthnot. Born 11 Chichester Terrace, Brighton 23 July 1873. Joined the Seaforth Highlanders 1893. Relief force in Chitral Campaign, Nile Expedition 1898. Battle of Khartoum, South African War 1900-02 (despatches 1902), Brevet Major 1902, Adjutant to 4th Vol Batt'n 1907-08, Brigade Major Gordon Infantry Brigade (Scottish Command) 1911-14. Killed in action in the 2nd Battle of Ypres (2nd Batt'n) 25 April 1915. Married in Duns, Berwickshire, 26 April 1911, Janet Elspeth Sinclair-Wemyss (born Dublin 4 December 1889; died Sandwich, Kent 29 January 1982), eldest daughter of Major Robert Dunbar Sinclair-Wemyss, lessee of Wedderburn Castle, Duns, Berwickshire. Both are commemorated in West Hoathly churchyard where there is a magnificent window by Douglas Strachan erected in his memory.
just made addition per ur request
Added by Ff on Aug 22, 2014 12:47 AM
|Freddie's Moustache||Pvt Rebbeck - # 32117620|
Good afternoon. Hope you dont mind but I have added a photo and newspaper article on Pvt Rebbeck's funeral to his memorial, and I also have some addional info too. Full name, William Alfred Rebbeck, b. 1897, Mayfield, East Sussex, died Chatham Military Hospital.
|Karen Faye||Philip Wm. Page|
Would you be able to photograph the gravestone of Philip Wm. Page located in Scartho Road Cemetery in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England? Philip Wm. Page died 4 Feb 1930. His wife, Amelia Julia Page died in 1944 but I'm not sure if she is buried there.
|The Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society||Photograph of Private George Whyte's Memorial|
I just wanted to thank you so much for posting the photograph to this memorial. It was such a sad end to such a brave boy, we were doing all we could to make sure he was remembered, and it was touching to see his stone - Thank you so much for your efforts. Be well.
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