|Andrea Hogan||RE: Andrew Scott|
Andrew is buried at Amersfoort War Cemetery or Oud Leusden Plot 13 Row 5 Grave 91
Andrew James Newall Scott Pilot Officer 414685
died 3/2/1443 21 years old, Royal New Zealand Air Force (75 RAF Sqn)
Thank you for sharing the photo
|Andrea Hogan||Andrew Scott|
Hi Andrew is my uncle. I visited his grave many years ago and I know quite a bit about the background of why he is buried there. His grave and other was cared for by Kees and his guide dog for many years until his death. Are you the sponsor of Andrews memorial, if not I would like to be.
I am named for him
regards and thank you
|Rob Wethly||RE: Portret foto.|
Met dank, ik zie dat je ook al direct een portret foto heb toegevoegd. Mooi om zo Flying Officer Raymond Thomas Kerwin en gezicht te geven, ik heb een andere foto maar deze volstaat ook prima!
|Rob Wethly||Portret foto.|
Ik heb een portret foto van Flying Officer Raymond Thomas Kerwin, die ik graag op dit profiel wil plaatsen. Helaas kan dat niet om dat er maximaal 5 foto's per profiel toegestaan zijn. Kan en wil jij één van jou foto's verwijderen om zo Flying Officer Raymond Thomas Kerwin een gezicht te kunnen geven.
|Anonymous||James Henry New|
Dear Sir, I just wanted to say a huge thank-you for photographing the headstone of James Henry New and for all the hard work you do. I can't express how much this has meant to our family including helping in researching our family history. The work you do is much appreciated. Thank-you once again.
|Annie Greene||Harold Thomas Mellings|
Hello. I am researching WW1 soldiers from Ludlow. Harold Thomas Mellings is one of them and is particularly special as he died so young and must have lied about his age to get into the RAF. I am intending to create a Book of Remembrance and would very much like to use the photograph you have of Harold.
If you would agree to my using the photograph, I would make sure that you ere acknowledged as the source of the photo.
|Who Art In Heaven||REGINALD PASHLEY|
dear Sir, I was deeply affected to find such a beautiful and glory filled photo of REginald's grave stone.
I am extremely grateful to you for this. I am deeply honoured that you would take the time to do this for him, for us, for all humanity.
huge thank you for such generosity.
kindest regards, catherine mazzeo
I am very interested in the Edward and Winifred Brewster story. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you! The photos you have are wonderful.
|Ton Pas||Wargrave : Walker Lutz|
Zou je een mailtje willen sturen aan :
Zij is een nicht van vlieger Walker Lutz die op Heidehof is begraven. Zij zou graag met je in contact komen.
Vr.Gr. Ton Pas (Apeldoorn) email@example.com
Added by Ton Pas on Feb 05, 2016 1:37 AM
|Donald Chadbolt||Lft D.D. Chadbolt|
Just found this site and the beautiful photo of my uncle Donald's grave...no one from our family has ever visited the cemetary...I am the last living direct relative... Uncle Donald was lost along with a sister (Nurse) a brother(artillery Corps)..he had one surviving brother that served in the Canadian Navy...all are gone now and I was able to find things about the family history.... the war was never spoken of and thus we know very little... It is comforting to see that he is in good hands ..at 70 yrs of age it is doubtful I will ever get there myself....thank you for your kindness and love... Donald G Chadbolt
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