|Karen Messer||Pvt Phillip Lappage|
Thank you for all of the work you have done on creating this memorial. Phillip was the brother of my great grandmother.
|Linda||RE: Pvt Koshney|
Thanks for the update Shirley & for doing all that you are doing!
Added by Linda on May 22, 2017 7:00 PM
|shazz||Private 26393 Roy Goddard|
thank you for you kind words and the eternal candle left for Roy.
Thank you in advance also, for making his memorial so much more personal, with a photo of his headstone, which I believe you have added to your list over the coming weeks.
Added by shazz on Mar 09, 2017 3:37 PM
|Thomas Durran||George W. Durran CSM|
Thankyou for the generous recognition of my Great Uncle. He was named after his sibling who died at sea while coming to Canada in 1887 with his twin brother and my Grand Father James C. Durran.
It is my hope that during this 100th Anniversary year 2017 that I will be able to visit the gravesite at Villers Station and the Vimy Ridge memorial.
T. E. Durran & Family
|Richard North||God bless you ...|
Hi Shirley Tort
I would love too say that I knew them ..Rousseau Maurice an Philippe brothers buried in ranville ,too me they gave their life for us today my great great uncles
My middle name is Maurice too ...Just reading a book on rogue heroes,all about the S.A.S an Joseph Maurice Rousseau is in the regimental roll of honour god bless them an all
So proud of you ,to give them a warm message
God bless you too Shirley
Richard Maurice North
|hmf||Patric Francis O'Coffey|
Thank you for the candle you have left aglow on P. F. O'Coffey's memorial file. In locating his file I have been able to link him to his family members who spent many moments in their lives grieving his absence. Patrick's brother was my uncle through marriage.
Thank you for your kindness,
Added by hmf on Dec 11, 2016 7:34 PM
|Diane Roberts||James Ben Roberts, Verdun Quebec|
Thank you so much for leaving a memorial candle in remembrance of Jimmy. I was born 4 months after he died in the battlefield outside Caan. His parents, Hilda & Bill adopted me and I grew up in a loving home. I have made it my mission to honour them by visiting the grave of their only beloved son in France on three occasions & I sincerely appreciate your recognition of his service to his country and my parents loss.
Warm regards, Diane Roberts (Western Australia)
|Paul Sanders||In Remembrance of Sergeant Paul Sanders|
Your kindness and thoughtfulness in remembering Paul will always be deeply appreciated by his family.
Paul was from the same town as Nursing Sister Agnes Wilkie and your remembrance of her also gladdens our hearts.
Thank you, dear lady, for your generosity to the family of Robert Kinch and all the other fallen soldiers whose markers you've contributed. This spirit is one of the many things I love about FG.
|Webscribe||Memorial# 56275744 photo|
I am hoping you do not mind that I took the liberty of putting your marker photo of Robert Guy Kinch Memorial# 56275744 on his ancestry page with your credit. I should have asked you first but I was so thrilled to find it. I will remove it if you prefer and hope I haven't offended you. The soldier was my cousin's uncle.
At any rate, thank you very much for taking and posting your excellent photo.
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