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|darealjolo||RE: arthur baldry|
To be honest, I didnít know there was a photo request-I was on my way home from spending the Christmas holiday in Great Yarmouth during which I covered many churchyards with wargraves, so stopped at this one.
|Sarah Fergus||RE: plot AK 621|
Hi Yvonne,sorry,I don't know if it is a family burial plot.I have only just found out it's location via cemetery records.I have asked all of my relatives about it and sadly nobody knows where it is.Those who did have also passed away.I am curious as to who is also buried there and if they are also relatives.Thanks for taking the time to look for me, I really appreciate your help.Sarah :)
Thank you so much or taking the time to find the above's plaque
Added by gilly20 on Apr 28, 2013 8:34 AM
|G Shewan||Robert Shewan|
Thank you for posting the photo on the memorial page for Robert Shewan. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated.
Added by G Shewan on Apr 26, 2013 3:54 PM
|Ian Macaulay||thank you yet again|
Another one with no connections. I find it strange that there is so little info on these folks.
There were an awful lot of runnaway kids that signed up just to get fed.
|Ian Macaulay||RE: thank you for the help|
Yes I have that access, thank you.
|Ian Macaulay||thank you for the help|
I took the image and ran with it, I just spent tha past hour of two trying to find the family for this Alphonso without much success. Such a strange name to the Macaulay clan you would figure it would be an easy search. There is one match in Prince Edward Island, Canada, Lowell Mass. and England. I cannot find the common ground:-(
Thank you for the photo, another clue in a great mystery.
|Clendon Streat||To Y. Sutton - Our grateful thanks|
It is impossible for us, living in New Zealand, to view the memorial in England, of a close family member killed in 1915 during WW1.
This lady travelled some hours to the memorial, located, and photographed it for us.
We are so grateful for her interest and effort.
Thank you again.
|amanda titley||Peter Molloy Garston|
Thank you so much!! I have never seen a photograph of my Great Uncle. My Father was brought up as his Brother - although he was his Nephew. No one in our family mentioned him much - I guess it was so painful for them all? Fifteen... That is a child! Anyway many, many heartfelt thanks! I feel I am getting a little bit closer to him. It means so much. Gid bless you.x
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