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|Graham||Thank you for taking the Photo|
Thank you very much for taking the Photo of my late Uncle Ernest James Marshall's grave.
Added by Graham on Jul 27, 2014 11:07 PM
|Mary Anne Clark||RE: Thanks!|
The number you quoted IS his service number as on his commemorative document from CWGC - the two numbers I quoted to you are his find-a-grave memorial numbers, hope this clarifies.
Thank you for the update on his burial location. I've moved him to the "NEW" cemetery.
Added by KBrownst on Jul 23, 2014 8:19 PM
|Mary Anne Clark||Thanks!|
There seem to be two Memorials for the same person? With the same name and date of death.
Rflmn Jack Charles Bowley 56267802 and Rifleman Jack Charles Bowley 17068071
I have April 18 1915 for date of birth, son of Walter Edward Bowley and Susan Lilian Bowley nee Briant, husband of Violet May Bowley.
Jack E.(for Edgar)C.Bowley is also remembered at the village War Memorial at the church of St. Peter's in the Wood, at Appleshaw, a village about six miles west of Andover, presumably his home village.
With many thanks for the photograph of W.W.Cooper memorial.
|Bill Sutton||Grave of John Fox Bell|
I would like to thank you very much for submitting the photograph of the headstone of John Fox Bell to the Find a Grave site.
John was my second cousin once removed on my mothers side of the family.
John was born in Belper, Derbyshire, UK, in 1881 and had a twin sister Dorothy. The family emigrated to New Zealand in the late 1890s. John volunteered to fight during the First World War and probably recieved his fatal wounds on the Somme.
Dorothy married and still has descendants in New Zealand. She died in 1940.
Thank you again,
Many thanks for providing the photo for the Sgt Matthew Telford memorial page.
Added by Milou on Jul 12, 2014 3:23 PM
Thank you very much for the photograph. Appreciated. :)
Added by Raven on Jul 02, 2014 3:38 PM
|Ian Macaulay||thank you|
for Corp Donald Macaulay, Thank you for this photo
|tina morrow||Sgt Major Charles Marshfield|
Just a few words of sincere thanks for finding and photographing the above gentleman's grave.
I can hardly express how much this means to us, so thank you once again.
With best wishes,
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