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wertypop (#46806984)
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Thundridge Old Churchyard.

I will be away for a few months from June onwards but should still be able to process updates.
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BobBoston
Lieut James Kenneth MacGregor Greer
Find A Grave Memorial# 55945243
I've added the headstone photo and see your photo of parent's grave. I'd like to link him to the parents, but can not find where that marker you posted is on Find A Grave. Can you help me?
Thank you for all you do.
Bob
Added by BobBoston on Jun 27, 2015 8:06 AM
julia&keld
RE: CWGC Data base
OMG thanx
Beer is on us!!!
Added by julia&keld on Jun 25, 2015 2:56 AM
julia&keld
RE: CWGC Data base
Thank you for a tip! but cant work out how to search:(
Added by julia&keld on Jun 24, 2015 7:02 AM
Beverley Mappin
Joseph Charles Mappin
Hello
Thanks for your efforts, they are much appreciated. I would like to point out a transcription problem with the grave for Joseph Charles Mappin at Netherfield,St John the Baptist Churchyard, your ref# 84256322. You show his dates as 1823 - 1907. He was born 3 Aug 1828 and died 19 Aug 1901. I guess the numbers are blurred.
sincerely,
Bev Mappin
Added by Beverley Mappin on Jun 14, 2015 12:35 AM
Pappa G
Douglas Gilzean
Thank you very much for information you sent ref: my Uncle. Is there anywhere you know that I could search/contact to get any more information of the circumstances surrounding his death?? Your help is very much appreciated, Kind Regards, Paul
pappag64@gmail.com
Added by Pappa G on Jun 05, 2015 1:31 AM
smanastas
Quaker section St. Peters Twineham, Sussex
Could you please add a photo of the old Quaker burial ground section of the churchyard(used between 1694 and 1732) marked by four stone corner posts?

Many thanks
Added by smanastas on Jun 04, 2015 10:24 AM
RosalieAnn
Major White request
I filled the request you had for Major White in Forrabury. I also gave you the inscription in the new Suggest a Corrections which will be under the Edit tab at the top of your page.
Added by RosalieAnn on Jun 02, 2015 8:12 AM
Pappa G
Douglas Oliver Gilzean
Hello there, My name is Paul Gilzean, I have been tracing some of my family history for my Dad and his Brother. You added an entry on this site over 9 years ago for my Uncle, Douglas Oliver Gilzean died 27th May 1945, Papeete, Windward Islands, French Polynesia. He was a Stoker 2nd Class on HMS Lamont. I just wondered did you know him that you added him or do you have any more information pertaining to his death. I ask as the family have differing stories as to how he died out there. Any information you may have would be fantastic.
my email address is pappag64@gmail.com

Many Thanks and kind regards,

Paul
Added by Pappa G on May 30, 2015 2:59 AM
Archie Gilbert
RE: Sir James Clark Ross
Thanks for trying again on my behalf. Will need to read the guidelines. I take on board what you say about Find A Grave being USA biased, but James Ross's discoveries are of universal importance and interest. I know I preach to the converted, but if there is any chance that the censors read this................. !!!
Added by Archie Gilbert on May 20, 2015 3:32 PM
Archie Gilbert
Sir James Clark Ross
I was curious when I saw that you had four famous rejected. I was incensed when I saw that the famous polar explorer had been rejected. As you correctly point out, apart from anything else that he achieved, the discovery of the Magnetic North Pole was a major leap in aiding accurate navigation. What can I do to persuade the uneducated who rejected your proposal ? How did you find the grave ?
Added by Archie Gilbert on May 16, 2015 4:20 PM
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