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David Neller (#47482893)
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Bio Photo Former Merchant Seaman
Retired airline employee

Resident of Teddington in Middlesex, England since 1977. Collects information on families who have lived, worked, died or been buried in Teddington and currently researching the names featured on the thirteen War Memorials in Teddington together with members of the History Group of the Teddington Society.

Guild of One-Name Studies Registered Researcher (2950) with regard to the surnames NELLER, NELLAR, NELLOR, KNELLER with particular interest in England, United States, Canada and Australia.

One-Place Study: Long Sutton (Hampshire)
Member of the Society of Genealogists.

I am happy for any of the biographical details on my Find A Grave postings to be used for personal research and will allow my photos to be used if I am asked and credit is given for taking them.



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Lou
RE: Younghusband Graves
Hello again. Regarding the photos, when i uploaded them they were the right way round. Its upon loading them to the site that for some reason they became sideways. Yet, when clicking the image to view in full scale, they appear the right way round....how strange.....
Added by Lou on Jul 25, 2016 2:06 AM
Valerie Smith
RE: Sarah Sellwood
Thanks so much for your response and information; I appreciate that. And yes, I am related to some of the Sellwoods.
Valerie Smith
Added by Valerie Smith on Jul 22, 2016 8:01 AM
J Wallis
Thank you
David

On behalf of Felsted School, we would like to thank you for giving permission to use your photograph to update our records.

Rifleman John Moverley Sharp

Attended Felsted School May 1902-July 1909
He was the eldest child of John Moverley (Solicitor) and Beatrice Annie Sharp (née Lowe), Meadow Bank, Fairfax Road, Teddington. WWI: Enlisted 6th Dec 1914 with the 28th (County of London) Bn., The London Rgt (Artist's Rifles) (Rgt NO 1032). Active service from 7 Dec 1914 to 30 Nov 1915. Transferred next day with 1st/5th (City of London) Bn. London Rgt (London Rifle Brigade) (Rgt No. 2857/301880). He was posted missing, presumed KiA on 9 Oct 1916. Remembered at Thiepval Memorial Thiepval, Dpt de la Somme, Picardie, France. Plot: Pier and Face 9 D. He is also remembered on his family grave in Teddington Cemetery (Plot Bc Grave 429), Teddington War Memorial and St Mark’s Church War Memorial.


J. Wallis
Assistant Archivist
Felsted School
Added by J Wallis on Jul 02, 2016 3:36 PM
Brad Miller
RE: Nellor Grave Photos
Hi David

Thank you for the kind response.

Yes, you may use my photos for your documentation. I'm glad you can put them to use.

Brad Miller
Added by Brad Miller on Jun 12, 2016 5:33 PM
hammered13
RE: Re: Nellor and Zeyn Grave Photos
I happened to be driving by on my way home from Omaha and was hoping the cemetery was marked as to where people were buried. The temp was 100 degrees to I didn't finish walking the cemetery and will do so again soon. Hopefully when it is not so hot.

Please feel free to claim these photos as your own and share them where you wish. I do appreciate the credit, but when the family member belongs to you, I am okay with you taking ownership of the photo. If you wish to give me credit. I do thank you.

I hope to get the rest of the pictures by the 4th of July. I will be that way again for sure on July 2nd if not before.
Added by hammered13 on Jun 12, 2016 12:17 PM
Patti Filley
RE: Re: Nellor Grave Photos
It was my pleasure. You may use my photos with or without giving me credit. I was glad I could help. Patti
Added by Patti Filley on Jun 01, 2016 1:17 PM
LGUHSE
Hollis Kneller
Hello! Is Hollis H. Kneller a family member of yours? He is not related to me. I just created his Find A Grave Memorial to honor him because he is military. If he is a family member or yours I will gladly transfer his memorial to you care.

Thank you,
LGuhse

RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 92981167
Added by LGUHSE on May 28, 2016 12:39 PM
Lloyd
RE: Re: Ida Mae Kneller
You're welcome and yes, by all means you are welcome to use my photo. Many thanks for your consideration.
Lloyd
Added by Lloyd on Apr 30, 2016 7:39 AM
Amanda West
RE: Sunbury Cemeteries
Thank you for this useful information. Regards, Amanda.
Added by Amanda West on Apr 04, 2016 10:17 AM
Amanda West
RE: Sunbury Cemeteries
I'm afraid getting hold of a detailed cemetery plan for Sunbury is still on my to-do list. Sunbury Cemetery comes under Spelthorne Council and this is the number for the Cemeteries Officer 01784 446379. In due course I will probably start recording monumental inscriptions but as it's such a big cemetery I keep putting it off!
Added by Amanda West on Apr 01, 2016 6:32 AM
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