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if you want to have pictures of a relative`s grave in reach of my home just contact me or leave a request on the memorial page of the following cemeteries:
o---> Reichswald Forest War Cemetery
o---> Herwen-en-Aerdt (Tolkamer)General Cemetery
o---> Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery
o---> Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery
o---> Jonkerbos War Cemetery
Follow this link to take a "virtual walk" on the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Use copy and paste for the link:
It`s also possible to lay down some flowers, add a remembrance cross or to attach some personal laminated prints or pictures to the headstone.
Feel free to contact me by email.
It`s great to read the feedback. This is my motivation to continue my volunteer job at findagrave.com
Greetings : Mitch
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|Patricia Button||Frederick Arthur Watkins|
My heartfelt thanks to you for the photo and video of my uncle's grave in Reichswald Military Cemetery.
My grandfather died when Frederick was 5 years old and only two of their eight children survived my grandmother, who died in 1955, so it was so very sad for her to lose so many children, especially Frederick who was her youngest.
Thank you again for taking so much trouble and time to do all this for me, it is so very much appreciated. If ever you are in Adelaide, Australia, please don't hesitate to email me as it would be lovely to meet you.
Best regards to you,
|Laurie Kipping||Sergeant Eddie Stanley Joseph McCasky|
It is with the deepest gratitude that myself and family thank you for your selfless commitment and dedicated service you provide by honouring our loved one (Sergeant Eddie Stanley Joseph McCasky) and others buried at Reichswald Cemetery. The photographs and video of my dear uncle's gravestone and site will be distributed to family members and held as a treasured memory forever. You are a very kind, thoughtful and wonderful human being who deserves more than this humble thank you for your outstanding service.
If you are ever out our way (Edmonton, Alberta (Canada)), my husband and myself would love to give you a tour of our fine city. My husband was born in Jasper (National Park) so we would be happy to show you our beautiful mountains as well.
Thanks again for everything you do to honour people like my dear uncle and others. All the very best to you and your family. . .
|JRT||Dennis John Troth|
I and my family are most grateful to you for providing us with crystal clear photographs of the grave of my uncle Dennis John Troth, being grave number 51.H.11 at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. This is an excellent and invaluable service which you have provided and we thank you most sincerely. It is very kind of you to give your time in this way.
Added by JRT on Nov 15, 2014 11:49 AM
|Susan Paxton||Thank you|
Mitch, thank you for uploading this. Your work is a blessing.
|diane elliott||Myron Edward Barker|
To say thank you is not enough. Your kindness and thoughtfulness on fulfilling my request for a picture of Myron's grave are so amazing. I feel like we are friends. To know that you care enough to go to my cousin's grave and place his picture well, there are no words to describe the joy you have brought to my heart.
If you ever get to Canada let me know and I will show you the beauty of Vancouver. I will keep you in my prayers and thoughts and what you have done for my family will never be forgotten. I would like to say thank you, thank you, thank you.
And so much more. To share these pictures with my son and my father will be very comforting. Mitch, your a friend now.
|Dawn Hatton||The Reischwald|
Grateful Thanks to Mitch, as last year I entered this site and asked if a photo could be taken of my Uncle's grave in the Reischwald War Cemetary.
He was KIA on a mission with 10th Bomber Command on the 24th May 1943.
Mitch responded immediately, kindly took some wonderful pictures. Thank you so much for taking the time Mitch, for so many of us miles away it is a wonderful service that you carry out,
|Stacey Kelley||Stacey Kelley|
Could I take this opportunity to say a massive thankyou for going out your way to take a photo of my great grandfathers grave, its means so much more than you can imagine as nobody has ever been able to get out there to visit. One day I will but your photo makes it all so much more real and I will keep them for future generations. Take Care xx
|Aircrew Remembered||Gordon Mercer|
Mitch, thank you so much for going to the trouble of taking these photographs and so very quickly as well.
|Aircrew Remembered||Your work|
Mitch, you are to be commended for your fine contributions to this website and for the families concerned. Proud that I am able to add you as a friend and if we can assist you, please dont hesitate to ask.
|Penny Mcgowan||Thank you|
Thank you very much for providing me with the photos of Albert Basil Cox. It is people like you that give us opportunity to see the graves of our relatives when we are unable to travel to these countries to see first hand.
Thank you again for your help.
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