|Anne Brown||John Milnes|
Thankyou so much for taking the time and trouble to find the name of my uncle.
My father fought in the war and was injured badly and I did not know about his brother until recently. As usual nobody talked about it. I now realise that my brother John was named after my father's brother and his granddaughter lives in Canada and has been researching our family so she is very interested in the photo.
Thank you once again
|June||Grave of James Morris|
Could I just thank you for the grave (monument) record you found for my dads aunties husband. My dad loved his aunty very much indeed and so her husband James Morris must have been a good person and a great loss when he was killed in World War I. Thank you so much. June
Added by June on Feb 17, 2015 6:34 PM
|Beverly Tivey||Willie Hirst|
I can't thank you enough for taking the time to take a photo of Willie Hirst's gravestone. There's only ever been one photo of Willie in the family which happens to be of him in his Army uniform so I've proudly added this to the "find a grave" website.
Willie was my Great Uncle on my mothers side. I am hoping to visit the cemetery and his gravestone some time in the near future and hopefully take my Mum with me. Thank you once again.
|Margaret Hobson||David Byde|
Hi Lady Linda,
Thank you for the picture you got me.
I'm not directly related to David Byde but he was my grandmother's first husband and they had only been married about a year before he was killed in action.
Once again a big thank you
Hello Lady Linda,
thank you for taking the time to go and take a photo of the inscription for Harry Ganning. It is very much appreciated especially at this busy time of year.
Added by emam on Dec 21, 2014 3:49 PM
Thank you once again for taking the time and effort to go and take a photo and add it onto here. It is very much appreciated.
Added by emam on Dec 15, 2014 2:25 PM
|heather maryson||Thank you|
Bless you for this photograph. Sincere thanks.
|emam||RE: George Scott|
Thank you very much, it is really appreciated the time you have taken. I'm really sorry for the late reply, i have just found this message on being alerted to another one. I wonder why I didn't get an alert for yours.
Added by emam on Oct 15, 2014 3:15 PM
|Janice Dennis||George Baglow|
Thank you so very much for the photo of George's headstone. I don't know if any personal photo's of him exist so this will have to be my face to the name. My Gran never spoke of the wars, she found it too upsetting seeing she lost a brother(George) in the 1st and a son in the 2nd.
I'm sorry I've taken so long to thank you, I immediately phoned my mum, forgot time and shot off to Exmoor for more headstone searching of my Carter family. Thank you.
|Anthony Houghton Brown||Grave of Frank Richardson|
Thank you so much for the nice clear photograph. Frank is one of the three artillery men who came from my village of Tingewick near Buckingham, and sadly never returned. We hope to produce a booklet about all the men this Autumn. Your help has been most valuable.
Anthony Houghton Brown
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