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anne king
walter summersgill
I've just stumbled upon this site and would like to thank you for the flower you gave to my uncle. God bless.
Added by anne king on Nov 09, 2014 2:30 PM
Martin Hillier
Private Bryan
Private Bryan was in the same regiment as my grandfather and they would have in been fighting together in WWII - my grandfather died around the same time and we know that he was buried in the same cemetery but in an unmarked grave within the commonwealth section. Has anyone vere visited this site and seen such a grave nearby - I would be grateful of any information

Martin Hillier grandson of William Henry HILLIER
Added by Martin Hillier on Jan 14, 2014 12:35 PM
Elle
missing name!!
Sorry Rita, I forgot to say this was on behalf of the late John McD Sinclair Tonsberg old cemetery, Norway. Regards Elle.
Added by Elle on Dec 14, 2013 5:19 PM
Elle
missing name!!
Sorry Rita, I forgot to say this was on behalf of the late John McD Sinclaiin Tonsberg old cemetery, Norway. Regards Elle.
Added by Elle on Dec 14, 2013 5:17 PM
Elle
Flowers left.
Dera Rita many thanks for leaving that lovely bouquet of flowers in 2009. I am not very good with computers and I am trying to find my way around this amazing site, with not a lot of success, however I do thank you, on behalf of John's remaining family, for your kindness.
Regards Elle.
Added by Elle on Dec 14, 2013 5:12 PM
Seija Pihlajamäki
Unkuri/Bergman
Do you know anything Juho Unkuri wife Anna and son Olavi?
Added by Seija Pihlajamäki on Sep 19, 2013 7:01 AM
lolaLorraine Williams
F J CASSIDY
Rita,
Thank you for leaving flowers. Do you have any connection to Inspector Cassidy? He was my Grandfather and am so looking for some family from the Cassidy side.

Lorraine
Added by lolaLorraine Williams on Jun 17, 2013 6:57 AM
Iwasamma
Ida Skelton
Thank you for leaving flowers at the grave-site of my Great Grandmother. I have been looking for a record of her burial for a very long time. I am the only one in my immediate family to even know her name. Thanks again for your kindness.
Added by Iwasamma on Jan 10, 2013 5:17 AM
anne
John Rooney
Thank you for your kindness. John is the son of my grandmother's cousin. So young and so far from home
Very best wishes
Anne
Added by anne on Nov 20, 2012 8:51 AM
1_Heavilin
Flower Power
Greetings. I always wondered why the "internet" smelled like a big ol' field of wild flowers ...

Now, I see, it's because of you.

I am very impressed with your unique and massive contributions to find a grave.

You left flowers, well, a flag, actually, some time back, at the memorial of Private Benjamin Cook, laid to rest in Freedmen's Cemetery, in Alexandria, Virginia.

In working on a book about the 28th Infantry Regiment, USCT, I had the chance to learn a lot about this man. I've updated his memorial, if you'd like to check back in on him and learan a little about him ... and who knows, maybe leave a flower ... just a suggestion ... :-)

Take care.
Added by 1_Heavilin on Aug 22, 2012 9:53 AM
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