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We work as a team: Russian-Danish family living in London and currently working in the Middle East. County-keepers for England. Being foreigners in the countries we live in, we are very interested in all Russians and Danes who found their last resting place away from their home countries. We will be grateful for any comments, advice and links to memorials. Please add FAG (Find A Grave) when e-mailing|
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|Richard H.||Michael Sergeyevich Ossorguine|
|Nicola Harper||Lance corporal William George gilham.|
Hi, I have emailed, hope you receive it. The cemetary is brenchly gardens.
Hello, I have found the gravestone f William George gilham and I noticed you had taken a photo. I am trying to trace my nan! Annie selina jefferies who should also be in this plot! Can you help please x
|Bob Hufford||RE: Marie|
That I couldn't say...in America we have a Statute of Limitations that would cover such a situation but I have no idea about there. I encountered nothing about that aspect of the matter and admit that I hadn't thought of it.
|Bob Hufford||RE: Marie|
Well, I thought I got it from Wikipedia, though it's not in the English version. Maybe Spanish or Russian. I know I would have checked for something that unusual in more than one place. A site called Billion Graves has the information but they may have gotten it from me.
If you have alternative information please let me know.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Thank you!!!|
I wanted to thank you, so much, for your quick updates. It is so refreshing, I love seeing your name on a memorial!!
|Pcamore||Reginald Blayney Bulteel Colmore|
Thanks for putting up this memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 33508041)
Can I just add that his 2 middle names are, Blayney Bulteel
date of birth is 1 Aug 1887 Portsmouth England.
Full name is: Reginald Blayney Bulteel Colmore(both middle names are family surnames)
Added by Pcamore on Apr 27, 2013 11:47 PM
|LaDonna Tuton||hphoto requests|
it's says that abt 91 % of graves photo's taken do you know how they can be obtained interested in a fair number of them esp Symonds, Babock. hartnoll
|David McLean||Charles Reginald Addlestone|
I see that you have put a photo of a memorial in Acton Cementry with Charle's name on it ( amonst others).
the Addlestones originally came from Russia/Poland...do you have any informnation on where the Addlestones came from???
|Kitty Bennett||Hi, julia&keld|
I've been looking for information on Chief Steward James Mackie, who died on the Aparima in 1917. I think he may be my 2x great gradfather, who disappeared from Vermont in 1900. Supposedly, he went off to fight in the Boer War. Steward James fought in South Africa with Kitchener's Scouts, so that part definitely fits! If you have discovered any additional information on this man, I would be so grateful if you would contact me.
Amanda (kittybennett on findagrave)
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