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|South Africa War Graves Project (#47298096)|
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|Have about 200,000 photos of mostly British Commonwealth war graves, some American, some German, etc. Check out my website at www.southafricawargraves.org . I don't have everyone's relatives headstone, but if it is a war grave I can steer you in right direction. Please check out the other war grave project links on my home page. My photos are free, and I ask for nothing in return, unless you plan to publish on a website then simply credit my name Ralph McLean and put a link to the South Africa War Graves Project on your site.|
I am interested in any graves of soldiers that were born, enlisted or lived in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada. I am interested in any graves in The Pas, Manitoba.
My other interests are with the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps in WW1.
While I don't usually have many records under my management, I'm more of a request filler, I will transfer what I do have to family.
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|Alison||an odd question|
Just wondering if you know how or where to find information about Canadian Soldiers who fought and died in South Africa? There is a gent in this area looking for information from around the time of the Boer War.
Any hints / tips you can share might help him
Added by Alison on Jun 23, 2017 5:26 AM
|CC||Tablet Photo Memorial# 56781641|
Thank you so very much for the Photo. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
Added by CC on May 30, 2017 1:11 PM
|Islandergirl||James Weeks - no stone|
I went yesterday to fulfill the requests for the section that Mr. Weeks is buried in. Sadly, there is no stone. However, if you are interested, I remembered hearing about the fact that veterans affairs in Canada will provide free markers. On their website, is the following:
Honouring Canada’s fallen
On behalf of the Government of Canada, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) cares for the graves of 110,355 Canadian soldiers who died during the First and Second World Wars.
First World War - August 4, 1914 to August 31, 1921
Second World War - September 3, 1939 to December 31, 1947
VAC is responsible for maintaining the more than 200,000 graves of Canadian Armed Forces members who died outside the dates listed above.
Preserving our heritage
If you know about an unmarked Veteran's grave or a military marker that needs maintenance, or you require additional information, contact Cemetery Maintenance at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-626-2440.
|Bocephus||RE: Alexander Couston Rose|
Glad to help out with your project!
Added by Bocephus on May 11, 2017 1:38 PM
|J.Sullivan||RE: Thomas Harrod Downard|
|J.Sullivan||Thomas Harrod Downard|
You answered a photo request for me for this Seaman's name on the Wall of the Missing. I have a favor to ask and please feel free to say no.
I want to post a close up of just his name. Of course it is very short and kind of wide. I posted it but will delete it on your say so. Here is a link:
Downard Photo clip
If you think it looks silly or you simply don't want me doing this to your photo or any other reason, just say the word and I will delete it. And if you are okay with it, I will add a note that you gave me permission to do it.
And, no, I am not wanting to replace your photo. I like it. And if I should move it up one, I can do that too. I appreciate the effort it must have taken to photograph so many names.
Thanks either way,
Hi, Sorry my computer crashed. Do I have to send you all the memorials to you or just the one that connects them all?
Added by ME on Apr 29, 2017 8:03 PM
|ME||RE: Double records in The Pas Lakeside Cemetery|
I'm sorry, can you please tell me how to merge my family info to your memorials. I didn't know if it worked so I tried again. I just set up my dads memorial now im not sure where it went.
Can you please tell me how to get it back.
Again I'm sorry for all the memorials.
Added by ME on Apr 24, 2017 1:13 PM
|Bear Hugs||RE: Ida Paull|
Thank you for everything you are doing to preserve the memory of those that have gone before!
|Sharon Ogan||William Ogan grave in Manila|
Thank you for the picture of William's grave. I have been trying to get a picture of it for a long time. It is ironic that it says that he is where he longed to be. I have been in contact with his grandson in the Philippines and the family said that he wanted to be brought back to Ohio and buried with his family there. So, they are trying to make arrangements to bring him back to Ohio to be re-interred. Bill's daughter was living in Florida but has moved back to Manila. Bill is my first cousin, twice removed. Thanks again! Sharon
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