|Mads Shires||Thank you|
Thank you for your note on my uncle's grave. It means a lot to me that he is remembered.
|chrissy stewart||Bennett Burney|
I see you have a note on Bennett Burney entry here.
Can you tell me how he was related to you.
My daughter works down at Cerberus Navy Base and the Curator of the Museum there has recently been to France and has bought back a photo of the headstone for Bennett.
I will post it on as soon as I can see her to obtain it.
Bennetts' cousin Benjamin Frederick Smart was also killed in the same area in 1918.
|Pamela Slater||Albert Percival Blakeman|
Greatly appreciate the photo of my great uncle's rest place. Would appreciate exchanging information with you, as I am passionate about the contributions earlier family members have made to the benefit of all. Albert Percival's mother Eliza nee Slater was my grandfather's sister. Regards Pamela
|JennyG3136||James Henry Grainger|
Hi. Noticed you've left messages against the record for my uncle, and wanted to say thank you.
|John Watson||Robert Aitken 1887 - 1916|
I was able to give year of birth and place his wife was Jane Watson part of my family tree.
John N watson
|Christine Peterson||Edmund O'Brien|
Hi I noticed that you left flowers for Edmund O'Brien (my great great uncle) I am doing research on 4 relatives killed on the western front. My son with his school are performing at next years ANZAC service at Villers B and we are wanting to visit the graves of these men.
|Karen Robertson-Gorrie||Robert David Bruce Robertson|
Thankyou for Remembering my Great Great Uncle Robert Robertson. If you have any further info on him, I would love to talk to you.
I have noticed that you put flowers down for Procate Francis Peter Ganter of the 52nd Battalion WW1.
I was just wondering what you knew about him?
it's just that he is my great uncle!
|NORM BARNDEN||RICHARD PARKINSON DYSON|
Richard Parkinson was the Grandfather I never got to meet, mores the pity. I found out that he was also in the Boer War in 1901, in the British Army.
I have some of his postcards and his Army record.
His birth year was 1877,it appears that it may have been in December.
|John B||Ernest Alfred Billing|
Ernest Alfred Billing was my great-uncle who never married and died of his wounds on 12 April 1918, he was award the Military Medal in December 1917 Ernest's brother Frederick was killed on 13 November 1916. Of the three brothers that went to World War 1 only Frank returned. The brother's brother-n-law Harold Smith was killed in 1917. For my great-grandfather it was a sad time.
Added by John B on Jul 09, 2012 10:48 PM
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