|Dafydd Williams (#47297596)|
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Willing to attempt photo requests within the West Midlands County UK. (includes former parts of Warwickshire, Worcestershire & Staffordshire & including Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton etc.) I work full time so it may be awhile before they can be fullfilled.|
Note I no longer add memorial inscriptions unless specifically requested to do so, as it is too time consuming. Photos are usually of sufficient quality to make inscriptions readable when enlarged. They should enlarge to at least A4 size before pixelating. I do however make every effort to enter FAG family links where available, and include inscriptions stating family links not shown elsewhere. I also state age at death if shown.
I use a rebuilt Minolta A1 camera, occasionally employing a flood flash & a few other tricks to highlight detail on badly stained memorials.
"Play the notes as written, and in the end people listen."
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|Kristie Moore||RE: Thomas and Mary Ann Willson's Plot|
Thank you so much! Please no rush.
|Kristie Moore||Thomas and Mary Ann Willson's Plot|
Hello again, I was wondering the next time you go to the Key Hill Cemetery would you please transcribe what the plot says? I am having trouble reading what it says. I would really appreciate it.
Thank you very much!
|Kristie Moore||Maria Ann Morse|
Hello, Maria was my 2nd great grand aunt. May I ask how you know she is at Birmingham Crematorium? I would love to connect her with her parents and add some information if you would please transfer ownership to me. Thank you very much!
|Martin Packer||Harry Austin|
Any chance of you finding the grave of Harry Austin, the brother of Sir Herbert Austin (later Lord Austin) presumed buried in Birmingham? See my two entries for Sir Herbert and Lady Austin, and the entry for their son Vernon. Martin, Birmingham.
|Martin Packer||Harriet Palmer, Lodge Hill Cemetery|
Thanks David! I have just shown your images to one of her granddaughters: my wife Christine, nee Palmer
|geoffrey gillon||RE: Lodge Hill Cemetery, Birmingham UK|
Thank you-until recently, when writing cemetery descriptions, I haven't been putting very much about travel instructions, but CWGC are now gearing up to the centenary of the outbreak of WWI and are putting up little signs at all locations where there are wargraves and their web pages are now showing more information about how to find these places and how to get there.
|geoffrey gillon||RE: Erdington Greek Orthodox UK|
I am nevertheless grateful for your efforts. I will take this up with CWGC because they expect every churchyard/cemetery to allow access to wargraves at all reasonable times.
|Arborist||RE: Malachy Phillips|
Knowing this, I'm sorry that I sent you looking for his grave!
Added by Arborist on Jul 20, 2013 3:56 PM
Did you send a message to the person who created this memorial? Thanks.
Added by Arborist on Jul 18, 2013 8:08 PM
|Arborist||RE: Witton Jewish Cemetery|
Thank you so much for all the photos which I will study carefully and get transcriptions. I also want to thank you on behalf of the family members of these individuals. Hopefully they will find the memorial pages on Find A Grave.
Added by Arborist on Jul 18, 2013 7:44 PM
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