|South Africa War Graves Project (#47298096)|
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|Have about 200 thousand photos of mostly British Commonwealth war graves, some American, some German, etc. Check out my website at www.southafricawargraves.org . I don't have everyone's relatives headstone, but if it is a war grave I can steer you in right direction. Please check out the other war grave project links on my home page. My photos are free, and I ask for nothing in return, unless you plan to publish on a website then simply credit my name Ralph McLean and put a link to the South Africa War Graves Project on your site.|
Photo requests? - learn these three words "CEMETERY...PLOT...NUMBERS". Making me do all the work of finding your loved one, is not part of the fun. Info people INFO!
While I don't usually have many records under my management, I'm more of a request filler, I will transfer what I do have to family.
|Messages left for South Africa Wa... (423)||[Leave Message]|
|BobBoston||RE: J Dorgan|
You are welcome, Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
|Tess Warnstaff||PFC William E. Schreiner memorial|
Thanks very much for the photo of Mr. Schreiner's name on the Tablets of the Missing USMC in the Manila American Cemetery.
Gone but not forgotten.
|Marybeth Novak Lindgren||Paul Duchin|
Thank you so much for taking the time to add the photo of my cousin's name shown on the Tablets of the Missing. Your efforts are much appreciated, especially since no family member will probably ever be able to visit the site. God bless you always. Marybeth Novak Lindgren
|Debbie Griesen||Re: PVT Max LeRoy Edie|
Thank you so much for taking and adding the picture showing Max's name on the Tablets of the Missing! I appreciate it very, very much! This is a photo that no one in the family would ever be able to obtain in any other way and we are forever grateful for your kindness and hard work!
|Roslein||RE: Charles Lord|
You're welcome. It makes me very happy that one of the many unmarked graves I find will get a stone!
Added by Roslein on May 11, 2014 1:57 PM
|Roslein||Charles Lord at Brookside|
There is no stone where Charles is buried. He is buried to the right of George Grove. I verified the location by looking in the cemetery database for George and the plot on the other side of Charles.
Added by Roslein on May 10, 2014 8:46 PM
Thank you very much for honoring a posting a photo of Mr. Farris' name on the Tablets of the Missing. Best regards from a grateful American in WA State, USA
Thank you so much. We didn't know what happen to him Good Work
Added by Bella on Apr 09, 2014 11:57 AM
|John Clark||Thanks for the touching photo|
Thanks so very much for adding the photo of my uncle Robert Pote's listing on the tablets of the missing. This is the first time that any of my family has seen this. Thanks for taking the time to get this photo to me. We have very little info on my uncle Robert and know very little about how or where to search. This picture is Very Much Appreciated.
Thanks so much for adding the photo of Frazier's listing on the tablets of the missing. Very much appreciated.
Added by OBXr on Apr 07, 2014 2:33 PM
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