Geoff F

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8 years 7 months 23 days
Find a Grave ID
48342199

Bio

I devote the majority of my time to preserving the memory of WW1 and WW2 War Casualties.
Currently in the process of reviewing all War Casualty Memorials for Victoria and NSW.
All cemeteries in Metro Melbourne are completed.
Photo requests are currently in place for the majority of War Graves in Country Victoria and New South Wales.
Rats of Tobruk.
Also now attempting to locate all Rats of Tobruk who returned to Australia.
This is a long term project & quite time consuming, photo requests are enthusiastically supported around Australia which is very encouraging. Some volunteers are helping out by accepting lists in some areas without a photo request.! Thank you to all volunteers for helping out.

Copyright
Find a Grave & Ancestry rules state it is not acceptable to copy photos from other websites, particularly those who fill photo requests from the comfort of their armchair by copying photos from Australian Cemetery Index & Billion Graves.
My photo requests are mainly for War Casualties & their parents so please have respect for the men and women who served in WW1 & WW2.

Abbreviations for Military personnel Ranks are taken from the DVA Website, accordingly these are the only naming conventions being used. The lists can be found under WW2 glossary of ranks for RAN, Army, RAAF & Merchant Navy. Eg. Pvt is the USA abbreviation for Private, the Australian abbreviation is Pte.

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The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) website only lists War Casualties who are classified as falling within the following time frame.
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CWGC are responsible for the commemoration of personnel who died between
4 August 1914 and 31 August 1921 and
3 September 1939 and 31 December 1947
whilst serving in a Commonwealth military force or specified auxiliary organisation.

Personnel who died between
4 August 1914 and 31 August 1921 and
3 September 1939 and 31 December 1947
after they were discharged from a Commonwealth military force, if their death was caused by their wartime service.
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If anyone has an interest in memorials I manage please ask about transfer of ownership.

We are descendants of John Plew & Mary Fisher's first born of twelve children namely Mary Jane Kemp from South Australia.

I devote the majority of my time to preserving the memory of WW1 and WW2 War Casualties.
Currently in the process of reviewing all War Casualty Memorials for Victoria and NSW.
All cemeteries in Metro Melbourne are completed.
Photo requests are currently in place for the majority of War Graves in Country Victoria and New South Wales.
Rats of Tobruk.
Also now attempting to locate all Rats of Tobruk who returned to Australia.
This is a long term project & quite time consuming, photo requests are enthusiastically supported around Australia which is very encouraging. Some volunteers are helping out by accepting lists in some areas without a photo request.! Thank you to all volunteers for helping out.

Copyright
Find a Grave & Ancestry rules state it is not acceptable to copy photos from other websites, particularly those who fill photo requests from the comfort of their armchair by copying photos from Australian Cemetery Index & Billion Graves.
My photo requests are mainly for War Casualties & their parents so please have respect for the men and women who served in WW1 & WW2.

Abbreviations for Military personnel Ranks are taken from the DVA Website, accordingly these are the only naming conventions being used. The lists can be found under WW2 glossary of ranks for RAN, Army, RAAF & Merchant Navy. Eg. Pvt is the USA abbreviation for Private, the Australian abbreviation is Pte.

~~~
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) website only lists War Casualties who are classified as falling within the following time frame.
~~~
CWGC are responsible for the commemoration of personnel who died between
4 August 1914 and 31 August 1921 and
3 September 1939 and 31 December 1947
whilst serving in a Commonwealth military force or specified auxiliary organisation.

Personnel who died between
4 August 1914 and 31 August 1921 and
3 September 1939 and 31 December 1947
after they were discharged from a Commonwealth military force, if their death was caused by their wartime service.
~~~
If anyone has an interest in memorials I manage please ask about transfer of ownership.

We are descendants of John Plew & Mary Fisher's first born of twelve children namely Mary Jane Kemp from South Australia.

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