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I have been doing genealogy as a hobby for 25 years and am gradually adding members of my family and others to Find A Grave, and/or adding personal photos from my collection and details to memorials which you wonderful folks have already added. I have Swedish ancestry and enjoy doing Swedish research in my spare time.|
Besides my family and its connections in the USA and Sweden, my other areas of focus are war and military cemeteries in Germany, and historical figures of the Hannover, Germany, area along with their families. And sometimes I just walk the rows.
Please use the edit tab on each memorial page for corrections or additions.
My grave photos are free to anyone for non-profit use, and it would be much appreciated if you gave credit to Find A Grave.
Thanks to everyone for your contributions and for so promptly filling requests! I will upgrade all memorials where photo requests of mine are fulfilled.
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|Robi||Photo of Leroy Robinson grave marker|
A big thanks for the photo you took of my great uncle's grave marker at Durnbach Cemetery!
Added by Robi on Sep 01, 2014 5:46 AM
|Eman Bonnici||Adrian Warburton|
Just a brief note in order to thank you for having fulfilled my photo request for Adrian Warburton. It's been very kind of you and I have truly appreciated your interest.
|Wendy Ross||Durnbach War Cemetery - DFC Charles Edward Suffren|
It was with much pleasure that I was recently informed by Find A Grave that you were able to fulfill my photo request for the memorial of my cousin, Charles Edward Suffren. Your efforts are much appreciated.
|Andy Baker||Durnbach War Cemetery|
Thanks once again for the pictures
|s fairhurst||RE: S erlam grave photograph|
Hi Bob. I'm pleased the inscription has been of some comfort to you. I liked it too and after some research, discovered the words were taken from a poem called 'Break, break, break' by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Hope you get chance to read it as it is lovely. Sorry to hear about your loss, take care
Thank you for the great photo...
Added by Bob on Aug 28, 2014 5:34 AM
|Ron Wallick||Edward Neville|
Thank you for taking time out of your day to obtain and post your excellent stone photo for Edward Neville. It is appreciated!
|Ian Macaulay||thank you|
Great sharp clear shot of Norman Macaulays stone. Thank you very much.
|v p||RE: Sgt. R E Lewis at Durnbach War Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the grave of E Lewis. It is very much appreciated even though it is only temporary headstone. I will of course contact the War graves commission to find out when the restoration will be complete.
Added by v p on Aug 26, 2014 4:53 PM
|nettlyne||F/Sgt Gordon French|
Thank you Bob for providing the grave headstone photo, it is very much appreciate......Regards Lyne.
Added by nettlyne on Aug 26, 2014 2:26 PM
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