|Johan Moors (#47082259)|
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I'm a World War 1 buff and researcher living in the Ypres Salient in Flanders Fields. |
Very often I roam the Military Cemeteries to take pictures of headstones requested by relatives of soldiers of Great Britain and the Commonwealth Forces who were killed or died in Flanders Fields.
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|Jane Dundas||RE: Alfred James Hosie|
Johan that is very kind of you to offer. His name was Wilfred George Hosie, he was buried at the Bulls Rd cemetery, Flers in France which may be a long way from where you are. Do not put yourself out, I do not expect you to do this. I just appreciate the work you have done and would like to acknowledge it to you. Many thanks
|Jane Dundas||Alfred James Hosie|
Thank you for posting the photo of grave for Alfred James Hosie. This man was my great uncle. His younger brother is buried nearby.
|Doreen Harvey||RE: Russell Hugh Burgar|
Thank you so much, I had absolutely no information about his death other than that he was killed in battle at or near Ypres.
|Doreen Harvey||Russell Hugh Burgar|
Thank you Johan, for the picture of my uncle Russell's tombstone in Ypres. I was under the
impression that he was probably buried in a mass grave, and sharing a common monument with many other
young men who gave their lives.
I really appreciate what you have done.
|Josie C||RE: A H Tucker photo|
Added by Josie C on Jan 23, 2012 3:29 AM
|Peter Henderson||Lt G W Henderson|
You have posted a photo of my late Great Uncle Lieutenant George Wyndham Henderson's headstone on this site. Thank you for doing that. It completes a link in his life chain.
|Pauline ||Grave Photo|
My uncle was Lance Corporal John William Elshaw..I wondered if it was possible to get a photo
of his headstone..
Added by Pauline on Jan 17, 2012 8:03 AM
|Josie C||A H Tucker photo|
You have put a photo of A H Tucker's memorial at Hooge Crater Cemetery on his page. Please may I use it on our Blaker One Name Study website. Arthur's mother was a Blaker before she married.
Added by Josie C on Oct 22, 2011 2:52 PM
|Scott Parsons||S H Parsons|
Thank you for the photograph of my uncle's grave.
I intend to visit his grave when I travel to Europe in the next couple of years.
As far as I know, my sister is the only person from my family to have been there. Your efforts are much appreciated.
I have a number of additional memorial photos I shall be posting. I hope you approve. Thank you for all you have done creating the cemetery page, and the Veteran memorials.
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