|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.
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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
|tombstonegal||Braun and Delena|
Thanks for the photos
|tombstonegal||RM3 James Roque Fahey|
Many thanks for the photo
|mike capistran||Allen Hoey|
Thank you for the photo for Allen
|raspberrybee||Warrant Officer Class II Lloyd Peter McCLIVE - Alamein Memorial|
A very belated (8-13) Thank You! for getting a photo of Mr. McClive's "stone" up on Find a Grave. I was doing research on this gentleman for someone at our local Historical Museum and this helped out in a big way. Through the handing down of items thru various family members the person I was helping was given Peter's uniform and medals/pins and wanted info on him to go along with his military collection (vast). Thank you very very much and please forgive my tardiness.
|David Wallace||Thank You!|
Thank you for adding the photo of the Moascar War Cemetery to my cousin's, LTC George A. Flint, memorial page. After George had been killed in Jerusalem, his commanding officer, Gen. Carl Van Horn, had requested permission of the Israeli government to have George buried in the Jerusalem War Cemetery, but was refused. Gen. Van Horn never understood nor received a satisfactory explanation as to why from the Israelis. This is how my cousin ended up being buried in the Moascar War Cemetery. George's grandson visited his grave site in 2005 when the United Nations conferred the Dag Hammarskj÷ld Medal on LTC Flint. Thank you again for remembering my cousin and his sacrifice!
|scottsheat||RE: Frank J Bennett|
no, sorry, no rellie - if I come accross stuff I try to post it - so, thanks for doing that - good luck on the medals etc
|Michael V Drachman||RE: J B Howard|
My pleasure, perhaps I need to add the maple leaf, that being very appropriate for a neighbor from the north.
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