I'm 68 years young; an ex serviceman who served 12 years in the Australian Regular Army, with no overseas service, in the foodstuffs and stores section in the Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corps (RAAOC).
I live at Cleveland, in beautiful sunny Queensland in one the best and safest countries in the world - AUSTRALIA.
I research Queenslander's who served in Boer War/WW1/WW2 & Beyond.
Am have now got myself interested in Cemetery graves and have now completed the whole of Hemmant, Cleveland and Dunwich Cemeteries.If you are seeking a grave photo in Hemmant, Cleveland or Dunwich Cemetery then please request it and I'll send it to you.
Where I place a "Grave Unmarked" notice on the site it means the Grave has no Headstone. (Personally, I would love to see descendants place some kind of Headstone on their relative's grave to show they care. That is why I'm doing this, to show relatives where their descendants ARE buried. So please, show your relative they are loved by placing a plaque on their "Unmarked grave".
I now have the Dunwich Benelevent Asylum records which I am gradually placing on this site if they have died and were buried there. I have created a separate Grave for them. They range from 1866 - 1946. Do not hesitate to ask me to look up an Inmate if you believe he/she may have been sent to the Asylum and was Discharged or DIED. Redland City Council has a Dunwich Asylum Memorial Wall on Stradbroke Island for those who have DIED on the Island and have now no known grave. You can apply to the Council for a plaque to go onto the Wall. Proof of Internment is necessary so you can, with my permission, use the Admission Sheet on his FAG page or you can send me an email and I'll send one to you.
If you find or wish to query a person's name which could be spelt wrongly please let me know as I am dealing with material that could have the wrong details.
I'm here to help, so please do not hesitate to ask.