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|claire latham||gunner leo james knox|
thankyou dave for finding my cousin leo's grave and leaving your lovely message as well. Claire
|Margaret Bowman||Samuel George P Bowman|
Thank you Dave for your tribute. I happened on this by chance while researching the Bowman family in the UK.
I wanted to thank you also Dave, for the flowers in remembance to my great uncle. I'm learning through the hard work of tree building, that I actually had people connected to the wars. Like yourself I want to remember them by doing the trees to pass on to my family and to never forget what they did for us. I'm hoping to drive down to the Australian War Memorial next year to see Reginald's name light up with their light projection memorial.
Thank you Again,
Added by Jan on Oct 13, 2014 12:54 AM
|Bonnie Griffiths||Thank you|
Thank you for leaving a message on Albert Percival Griffiths page...very nice...
|kcact||David Henry Avard|
Thanks for adding David Henry Avard - wonderful what you are doing
Kerrie Anne Christian
Added by kcact on Sep 05, 2014 9:58 PM
|Annita Boyd||Gunner Percy Lather|
Thank you, Dave, for your message. Percy served valiantly and was sadly missed by his family and sweetheart, Sadie (my grandmother).
Thanks for the tribute to my great uncle Andrew Larkin killed in Belguim 22 Juky 1917. 2nd Brugade AIF
Added by Bern on Aug 23, 2014 11:13 PM
|Kathy Tabone||Geoff Everett|
|Sue H||Alexander Mackie Hall|
Thanks Dave for leaving a message about my husband's great uncle. Alexander Mackie Hall was one of three brothers who served during WWI, the other two returned home.
Sue and family.
"We will Remember Them"
Added by Sue H on Jul 10, 2014 4:48 PM
|Geoffrey Steel||Harry Blooman|
Thanks for leaving a notation for my Great Uncle Henry Blooman , died France 1917.of bayonet wounds to the stomach ..interesting life Ive discovered ,
He was born in East London,England , both my Grandmother Lydia and Henry, and their father ended up in workhouses..the 2 kids were in the same workhouse as Charlie Chaplin ..around the same time
Henry was the first of our family to emigrate to Australia landed Western Australia, where he worked as a farm hand (we thought we were the first )
He enlisted in the AIF in 1916.... so although he travelled 10000 miles to get away from his miserable early life, he ended up dying only about 100 miles(as the crow flies) from his birth.
I wish I could have found out more about his life in OZ...Im sure he would have appreciated it as much as we do. Thanks again Geoff Steel
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