|Stephen Farnell (#47664179)|
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Stephen Farnell Born in Halifax West Yorkshire.|
I have done research on my family tree and now share the experience with those who may be interested. I have added a number of graves to Find A Grave which may help others in the future. My family roots stem from the Farnell family and the Attwood family and my wife's from the Ward and Soakell family and the families therefore attached to these. My interests also are of the Military, as I'm an ex-service man myself. Should I come across a Military grave not on Find A Grave I will add it for the interest of others. It is not my intention to offend anyone but to preserve the memories of our fallen and the resting place of the dead.
Weather and the elements, and vandalism can cause loss of graves and monuments and so lost for ever. Here at least they are preserved for the viewing of anyone interested.
I can be contacted by email at.
Any queries on living people are private and should be respected as such.
Any queries on the deaths or burials of my additions I will try to help.
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Anne Shurtleff ..., BobP, Bud Winn, Charlie, CWGC/ABMC, Dafydd Williams, International W..., John, Milou, nettlyne, patricia kilmor..., V Stitzer, wertypop
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|Sandra Tongeman||Norris Towner|
Many thanks Stephen for adding the photo for Norris, however, I had already asked his cousin in Australia for her family photos of the three brothers and, finally received them now.
Thank you Stephen for the grave photos of Sgt. Colin Scott, F/Sgt. Eric Blake, Sgt. Taras Buchkowski and F/O Gerald Butler. I very much appreciate all the work you do in preserving the memory of the fallen.....Regards Lyne.
Added by nettlyne on Jul 13, 2014 3:14 PM
|ward Beardmore ||Albert ward beardmore|
Hello Stephen I just want to say thakyou for finding out how my uncle died we were told a different story my dad would have been proud ,he was the one of my dads older brothers, has he had six others my dad the youngest, unfortunately I lost my dad to cancer two years next month. wot I don't seem to get is my grandma put is age off death seventeen when he died his age is on a bible that belonged to my gran I know this is the correct grave as we have recently visited his parents are buried their in the same grave but could not have their name on because its a war grave.my mum visits their as she through is ashes on it as I think this is what he would have liked. Thankyou from mandy
|Carolyn ||John Les Johnson|
Thank you so much for the photo of the gravestone. That was wonderful to see. I added the note and link as you suggested.
Added by Carolyn on Apr 23, 2014 8:42 AM
Thank you for the photos of the screen wall that you added to my memorials.
Added by Arborist on Apr 09, 2014 10:19 AM
|BobP||RE: Sgt Frederick Osborne at Hanover|
since you've done the research on this, I think it would be more appropriate if you ask Gary and Carina of the IWPP for the transfers (see their guidelines). All I've done is take the photographs, so I have no research interest.
Take care, Bob
Added by BobP on Mar 25, 2014 11:25 AM
|BobP||Sgt Frederick Osborne at Hanover|
I made the suggestions you requested with some minor edits. Next time I go to the cemetery, I'll take a photo of all their graves together and post it to each memorial, if you like, maybe replace the row photo with it. But the memorial managers would probably have to re-sort the photos. Just a thought.
Take care, Bob
Added by BobP on Mar 25, 2014 2:57 AM
Thank you so much for the info on Sgt. Johnston, you have provided much sought after info for the family. Thanks also for transferring the memorial, I do have photos and will add. You have been a great help.
|Muriel Butler||Leslie Marsden|
Happily transferred memorial to you
|MikeBrennan||RAF Sgt TF Johnston|
This is regarding a message that you left for someone in August 2013 regarding military burials in Hanover Cemetery in Germany. I am wondering if you might have any information on Flight Sgt. Thomas F. Johnston, RAF Navigator 109 Squadron, born 1920 died 20 Feb 1944. He was a cousin of mine, and I am interested in the circumstances of his death. Also trying to learn of any other family connections in UK (I live in the US). Would greatly appreciate any information you might have.
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