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DaveE (#47152025)
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Bio Photo Half the time I don't what I'm doing and the other half I can't remember. Then if I do happen to remember I don't know which half I'm in!
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Kym A
Private Benjamin Cross
Thank you very much Dave for leaving a tribute for my great great uncle Ben.
His brother, Tom, made it home from the war and went on to design their home town (Linville, Queensland, Australia) War Memorial. Their brothers, Frank and Jim, later built the memorial. Best wishes.
Added by Kym A on Jul 28, 2015 6:36 PM
karen hoffman
memorial picture
Thank you for the picture on my great grandfathers memorial page.
Regards Karen Hoffman
Added by karen hoffman on Jul 19, 2015 6:31 AM
Rowley Bull
Hi, Thank you for leaving a tribute to my Great grandmothers cousin.

Added by Karen on Jun 29, 2015 1:38 AM
Nicki Coffman
Lance Corporal William Tomlinson
Dave - Judith (Tomlinson) Meahl again, with a request please. This William Tomlinson I now find out is not our William Tomlinson. Our William died in 1915. Could you please delete my previous message to you, sorry for the trouble I am causing. But again, thank you for the work you are doing for our service men.
Added by Nicki Coffman on Jun 11, 2015 8:07 AM
Margaret Johnston
John McNeil Brown
I see on Find a grave that birth date of John is missing. He was born 16 Dec 1891. He was My Nana's brother. Cheers Margaret.
Added by Margaret Johnston on Jun 11, 2015 12:39 AM
Nicki Coffman
Lance Corporal William Tomlinson
Through a friend of mine, I am writing to thank you for your tribute to my Great Uncle Lance Corporal William Tomlinson, buried at Passchendaele New British Cemetery, Belgium.
William left England for Australia to join my Grandparents James and Kate Tomlinson in July 1914 to make a better home for his wife and son. Instead the war came and in September 1914 he joined the 7th Battalion of the Australian Imperial Forces, Service No.371 in "C" Company, enlisting at Broadmeadows in Victoria, Australia. After his death, his wife Elizabeth and son Arthur immigrated to New Zealand.
Thank you again -his Great Niece Judith (Tomlinson) Meahl and his extended family in Australia.
Added by Nicki Coffman on Jun 10, 2015 11:20 AM
Jennie Towan
Harold Carlyle Parker
Thanks Dave, I found a tribute from you on my Grand Uncle Harold's grave entry. He left no direct descendants, and I like the thought that his great sacrifice is is acknowledged still today, and he is not forgotten.
Cheers, Jennie
Added by Jennie Towan on May 16, 2015 6:27 AM
Elizabeth Douglas
Pvt John Henry Sullivan
Thank you for remembering John Henry Sullivan, born in 1893, in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia.
Added by Elizabeth Douglas on May 15, 2015 6:33 PM
Doreen Mullan
Private Edwin J Carter
I have a book in my keeping with this mans picture and a postcard sent to a man in Fermanagh N.Ireland. I take it they were cousins, i am unsure, that is yet another quest for me to try and find out.
I am involved with Lisbellaw & South Fermanagh World War One Society and i have placed a number of pictures on the site in Albums - Doreens albums. In the book are a few other Australians.
I will upload the picture and the other info when i get a chance.
How wonderful to see his grave, and i will go to Dublin and place some flowers on it when i get a chance.
Added by Doreen Mullan on May 12, 2015 3:33 AM
HIs Sacrifice
Thank you for acknowledging my Grandfathers brother William Bower from Australia.
Added by turtle63 on Apr 28, 2015 5:57 PM
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