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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***They are my property
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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|Wheeler-McLemore-Lee-Johnson-Moore-Gilliard family||RE: PVT. James Thomas Johnson (photo permission request)|
Thank you have a wonderful day!
|Wheeler-McLemore-Lee-Johnson-Moore-Gilliard family||PVT. James Thomas Johnson (photo permission request)|
I would like to ask permission to use the image of his stone on his page for my family history book I am writing for my family. This is the only photo I have of my great uncle and we cannot find any other existing ones. I will give the proper credit to you.
|Wheeler-McLemore-Lee-Johnson-Moore-Gilliard family||PVT. James Thomas Johnson|
Thank you for adding the stone for my great uncle. I really appreciate it.
|Jofen||James Freeman Holtom|
Thank you for taking the tame to add the photo of James's headstone to the site, it is very much appreciated.......John
Added by Jofen on Jul 26, 2017 11:50 AM
|T Tabel||Thank You|
I want to thank you for taking the time to take and post images of the grave sites of American servicemen. I found the image of my great-uncle's stone, Arthur J. Evenson, who was killed Nov 8, 1918--just 3 days before the Armistice was signed. My grandfather also served, by came home safely. He was stationed in France near his brother Arthur, but did not know it. He learned of his brother's death only upon his return to the U.S.
We have not yet made the journey to his site, so this photo is all we have. It means a lot to us.
Your efforts are greatly appreciate by our family.
Thank you again.
Added by T Tabel on Jul 23, 2017 12:45 PM
|Patrick Hellemans||RE: Duitse graven in Adinkerke|
Graag gedaan en
groetjes uit Flanders Fields
From what I was reading the German War Cemetery Dun sur Meuse is on a hill and has 1664 burials. I hope you can find Ignatz. I see you already did a great job helping people. Thank you for that.
Added by b.g on Jul 14, 2017 7:31 PM
On behalf of my extended family, thank you so much for posting the photo of my great-uncle's grave marker. From what I have been told, he was very proud to have served in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves.
Added by FSIV on Jun 28, 2017 6:08 PM
|Dirt Hero Paula||Thank You|
Thank you so very much for the photos you post. It means a lot to those who have family members who died in wars and are interred far away.
|A. E. Bibeau||he Meuse Argonne Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photo of my great uncle Herve Guertin's cemetery marker!
I never thought I'd ever see it...
You are a remarkable woman!
May you continue in your "work" for many more happy and healthy years!
Best wishes and love, Anita
New Hampshire, USA
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