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...I am a belgian living in the Verdun area of France , I live about 10 minutes from the Romagne sous Montfaucon cemetery of Lorraine --|
I just finished taking pictures in the Meuse Argonne cemetery , and will continue in Hamm luxembourg ---Once finished I intend to go to Saint Mihiel , St Avold and Belleau -to take pictures of all the markers there ... I try to do the smaller british cemeteries on my way through France and Belgium ..
Sometimes adding a complete graveyard isn t possible , as often there are headstones missing due to replacement or the stones are in very bad condition and cannot be read ---but I always try to get them done as complete as possible , so please forgive me if sometimes a few pictures are missing --because it isn t always possible to do a return journey .
Sorry to have to ask, but...
***Please don't take my photos and claim them as your own work***
Allow me to post them.
and please don t add more names in the Meuse Argonne site , all the names are there-
the last pictures I am adding for Corozal cemetery in Panama ( from september 2016 and later ) are made by Ultiminio Perez
COrozal american cemetery PANAMA
--- contact Corozal through the AMBC contact form if you have details of family members or more info on the persons burried in the Corozal cemetery, as they are updating their files and they asked me to help if I got responses....
Remember to double-click on photos to get a larger and clearer view
small contributions towards my volunteer work in Panama are allways very welcome--This is the website where you can add a few pennies
I play a barrel organ in the streets which allows me to travel each year to panama to help
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|Dan Kuntz||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for your work. My Great-uncle Michael Sperle was killed the last day of WW-I and your photo's help us remember.
|Littlefred||RE: Storey ---graveyard Kortrijk Belgium|
Thats great Thank you very much.
Keep up the good work
|Littlefred||David John Storey|
Whilst I appreciate the work you are doing, unfortunately the image attached to David John Storey, 12th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers who died 18 November 1918, relates to a different soldier, John Jefford Stones.
I would be very interested to see the correct image if you have it.
Great Niece of David John Storey
|NNWFHS Webmaster||Pvt GW Burgess - Villers-Pouich|
Hi many thanks for the picture of the grave - we used it on his memorial page with a copyright notice linking back to you
|kaycee||RE: J E Chappell|
Added by kaycee on Jan 10, 2017 10:34 AM
|kaycee||J E Chappell|
I am working on a project designed to honour the fallen soldiers of Mossley in WW1. This will be used purely in my local community and I will not be claiming credit for any photos (even the ones I've taken myself) I wondered if it would be ok to use your photo to illustrate my work.
Thanks in anticipation and well done on the excellent work you are doing
Added by kaycee on Jan 10, 2017 8:05 AM
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Abel J. Hughes|
Sorry to bother you.
Merry Christmas from Denver, Colorado!
|Bryan Anderson||Abel J. Hughes|
Hello again. My search for those who served in Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division continues.
This time I would like to seek your permission to use your photograph of the grave of Abel J. Hughes (Find A Grave Memorial# 55993487). He was killed in action on 11/4/1918, merely a week before the war ended.
As always, thank you for the work you do. I am grateful.
|Michael Kaiser||Thank you|
Thank you for providing a photo of the gravestone of my relative Paulo Pupello.
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Joe Paul Henning|
Again, thank you.
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