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Military Historian (#47181822)
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Niederzwehren Cemetery
A big thank you for fulfilling my request for the photo's of the ten headstones in Niederzwehren Cemetery for men of The Royal Berkshire Regiment.
It is very much appreciated......Regards, John
Added by Jofen on Aug 26, 2015 4:36 AM
Thank you so much for the photos, my apologies for the delay in replying but Im having email problems in that I can receive mail but cannot send it
Added by Bobancre on Aug 25, 2015 10:25 PM
Lance Corporal Edward Nicholas
Thank you very much for the photo of Edward Nicholas' grave. It is intended for inclusion in a booklet about the 79 men from the village of Tugby in Leicestershire who served in WW1.

With gratitude and regards,

MT Johnson.
Added by MTJohnson on Aug 23, 2015 3:06 PM
heather freeman
Photo private G C Tinworth
Hi just like to say a big thank you for finding the headstone of private G C Tinworth, I was wondering if you could please send me a copy in the post. I am happy to pay the cost. If you can inform me of how much
My address if you can fulfil this is as I would like my own copy!

28 bishopswood,
Goldsworth Park,
GU21 3QA

Again many thanks for your time and making me very happy as I will probably never get there.

Kind regards Heather
Added by heather freeman on Aug 23, 2015 10:43 AM
Steven M
Harold W. Medlicott (#18401712)
Thanks for the photograph.
Added by Steven M on Aug 23, 2015 10:04 AM
Chris Nelson
RE: Larger photo?
Added by Chris Nelson on Aug 20, 2015 9:53 AM
Pioneer John Daborn
Unit should read Special Company B
The CWGC corrected their entry last week
Added by WokingFamilyTreeProject on Aug 11, 2015 7:55 AM
Fred Aisthorpe
Many thanks for the image from the Tower Hill Memorial. CWGCs protocols require them to remove his name from the panels once a grave has been found, because on the grounds of strict equality, there can be one just one single point of commemoration-which of course, is now his grave. In all probability, the bronze panel may never actually be changed-too expensive! That is why the new panels on both Brookwood Memorials are designed for easy, cost-effective change.
Added by darealjolo on Jul 29, 2015 3:26 PM
I am fascinated that John Thompson's headstone 51908564 was lying flat on the ground when you took you photo. Could you please add that to Winifred 148922194 as mine is not brilliant? Thanks.
Added by ColinA on Jul 10, 2015 7:01 AM
Sgt John Samuel Reynolds
Thanks once again for the photo of Sgt John Samuel Reynolds Headstone. I will try and repay the favour in September as I will be in France and will be staying very near to Thiepval and if still needed I should be able to get a decent photo of George Rushbys name providing he is not at the top of the Memorial. We will be also staying in the La Cateau/Cambrai area so should also be able to find George Partner at Saint Souplet British Cemmetery.......John
Added by Jofen on Jun 09, 2015 3:43 PM
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