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on 12/04/2009 at 16:45

This is a lovely website. I went to Dunkirk in 1989 and found my Uncle Richard's (Covell) grave (DLI). I only knew that he died at Dunkirk 1940 - but not what date. Amazingly the day I visited was the 1st of JUne - the anniversary of the day he was killed. The cemetry was lovely and so well kept. I would love to visit again
 
on 09/04/2009 at 21:08

so moved to see my great uncles name Francis Walter hendrick. Never knew he was killed in WW! came across info by accident. An emotional trip. He fell on 23/April 1917. Can i arrange to have a photograph. Thankyou for undertaking such a task. I will make every effort to visit and lay flowers. God Bless you and may all the souls rest in peace. Anna
 
on 07/04/2009 at 18:10

Your website has a photo of my 1st Cousin twice removed. Ie. Son of my Great Grand Aunt. Lt Philip Edward Michael Vowels MC+BAR.
I recently read Philips service record which is available online via the National Archives in Australia. What this young man went through is beyond belief. He served at Gallipolli and Poitiers was wounded in action twice during his service before returning to the front only to be killed in action.
Lest we forget.
 
on 06/04/2009 at 09:12

Thank you for looking after Henry Holdsworth Whitear's-one of my paternal great-grandfathers- grave so well.

I salute all who fell in WWI and WWII.

I am proud that one of these heroes helped to bring me up and died at aged 89 in 1977 and that their blood flows through my veins.
 
on 05/04/2009 at 07:58

Pieree,
Thank you so much for this site. Thank you for the infomation on my Great-Uncle Willam Geary. This is an amazing and factual site, you've helped me located my uncles grave so that one day I can visit it, so thank you so much.
 
on 04/04/2009 at 10:03

Very good site and lotts of hard work put into this very well done.
I have been to Belgium many times and the people have allways made us welcome, and the war graves are very well looked after, look forward to my next trip 2010.
Philip.
 
on 03/04/2009 at 12:18

Pierre,
A big thank you from my family for your kindness and generosity. Your excellent photographs of my great uncle's new headstone as well as the beautiful cemetery where he rests will be treasured always. Scott.
 
on 28/03/2009 at 00:50

I have traced three of my relatives who died in this war through your website, all are listed. Thanks for your efforts in compliling this major piece of work, it has been a great help.
 
on 26/03/2009 at 23:38

Hi Pierre
This is a great website and a real tribute to those who gave their lives so that we their descendants could enjoy our lives in freedom. My great uncle Hubert Wiremu Steel, buried in Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, was one of those, and I am thankful he was able to be identified and have his own memorial stone. Looking at the photos is a very moving experience and makes one realise how much we owe to those who laid down their lives.
Keep up the good work.
Jan
 
on 26/03/2009 at 09:47

Hi Pierre
I am still taking an interest in your website and it gets better. It has to be one of the best websites on your subject, on the internet. The improvements to the site show such dedication from a man who is so sincere about those who fought and died in that terrible conflict WW1.
I am engrossed at this time, in writing the war memoirs of my uncle, Private Horace Angier, 2nd Royal Berkshire Regiment, who was killed at the Glory Hole and who is shown on this dedicated website.
Many thanks Pierre.
Harry Angier.
 
on 26/03/2009 at 09:29

Thank you Pierre for all your help on locating my Great Uncles grave in Dozinghem Military Cemetery and for the wonderful photographs of his headstone. Your web site is truly amazing and must give thousands of family and friends peace of mind to know where their loved ones eventually found rest.
With much appreciation. Bless you.
Andrea Sanders (nee Blyth) Norwich, Norfolk, England.
 
on 19/03/2009 at 11:53

You have presented a truly wonderful site - heart wrenching but factual. May I use the photo of the Archway Building of Rue Petillon Military Cemetery (Fleurbaix (Pas de Calais France) please as I am compiling a Book of my family. Edward Peter Murphy was killed 20.7.1916 and laid to rest here.
My grandfather's brother John Bold Green is commemorated on the Menin Gate as his body was never found. God bless your work.
 
on 12/03/2009 at 11:09

hi. it was so nice to see my grandfathers grave at ixelles elsene communial cemetery, belgium. this was the first time i have seen his graveside and it did look so well kept i am trying to get to see it in person this year. thanks for the website.
 
on 09/03/2009 at 14:08

Hello there,

Nice website, very informative. Contains good detail

Keep up the good work.

Regards

Colin
 
on 06/03/2009 at 00:00

Hi
What a great Site.
I am the Great Nephew of Ernest Beeston MM - 2295 1/6th Liverpool Regiment buried at Beaumetz Les Loges. It was an honour to have been able to vist his grave last weekend - 28/02/09.

Forever in our debt and never forgotton
 
on 28/02/2009 at 21:59

Hi Pierre
well done on a great site, I am the great-grandson of Walter Newberry MM who is buried at the Grevillers cemetery, pas de calias.
recently visited the grave, My family are very proud of him. Walter was born in Hemyock (Nr Wellington), England on the 17/02/1889. Pierre can you add some photos if I email them to you thanks
 
on 28/02/2009 at 19:58

LEDGER, GEORGE, T/97889, Royal Army Service Corps.Row C. Grave 16.
This is my great uncle it is nice to see that they arnt forgot and that the graves are kept so well.
 
on 22/02/2009 at 04:33

What a lovely site to honour those that died for their country and now rest in Bertenacre. My grandfather, Private George Victor Skeet. MM of the 9th Battalion, Queens West Surrey Regiment who was killed on 18th August 1918 lies there with his comrades.
 
on 20/02/2009 at 14:52

wonderful site , well done . tony
 
on 18/02/2009 at 09:35

Keep up the good work, a lovely site.

Bob

Granson of F. E. Long. Prowse Point.
 
on 15/02/2009 at 12:53

Researching my family tree, I can now add closure to John Voice. So sad that he lost his life so close to Armistice day, but proud that he served his country so that I am free to write these words. I'll visit one day on behalf of my Father and Grandfather, both sadly long gone also.
 
on 15/02/2009 at 04:21

Hi, I'm so proud to be able to add a little personal message in memory of a great great uncle Henry Edward Auckett who died in action in Belgium on 2/3/1918 and is buried at Berks . Many thanks for this opportunity. May God Bless.
 
on 14/02/2009 at 19:50

My great uncle, Alexander Stirling Cross is on your list. He was kille on 7 June 1917. He belonged to Scotland but was in the merchant navy and joined the army in New Zealand.
 
on 09/02/2009 at 18:59

My great uncle William Garlick Neville was killed on the first day of the Somme - 1st July 1916 - and is buried at Redan Ridge Cemetary No 2 in Beaumont Hamel. It is lovely to see that he is remembered here. He came from Mortimer in Berkshire and was my grandad's younger brother. Before the war he was the postman for the village and a local bell ringer. He is also commemerated on the web page for the Central Council of Bellringers and on the war memorial in Mortimer. I would like to thank you for putting together this website and to say that we must never forget what our brave heroes did for us so that we can now live in peace.
 
on 08/02/2009 at 12:22

I came across this site by accident ,I would like to say to the people who requested that the information about my Gt great grandfathers son Arthur Theodore Phyffers ,that he had an alias A T Cotter,is invaluable.I am researching my family history and had no information about him except his date of birth.I have been given the chance to see where he is buried .Thank you Mr & Mrs Robbie & Pam.Congratulations Pierre on the work you do.Shirley
 
on 04/02/2009 at 16:19

great to see details and confirmation to me about my grandad who is on your Gordon dump cemetery list of names Marsh T private 22151 not too sure whether marsh J was his brother? thanks L
 
on 04/02/2009 at 00:26

Congratulations on your very impressive webpage. My uncle, William E. Dailey, who was killed just short of his 16th b'day, is buried in the Sunken Rd. Cemetery (Contalmaison).
I am involved in WWI and WWII research myself and submit photos of men and grave markers to the digitized webpage: Canadian Virtual War Memorial. I appreciate you dedication to preserving their memory.
 
on 02/02/2009 at 16:16

Thank you very much for a very informative website. I have just found details of my Grandfather Walter Tillcock who died in 1916 in Flers, Somme, France. I previously knew nothing about him and have only just found out his first name from my Grand-Daughter who is researching our family tree.
 
on 25/01/2009 at 17:51

Thank you so much for a wonderful website.
I was searching for my Great Grandfather Montague Augustus White of the Deveonshire Regiment 315580 , died in action on 31/10/1918 aged 33.
My search found him immediately with a lovely photo of his last resting place at the Odomez Communual Cemetry in Nord France. Do you have any further information on my Great Grandfather?
I noticed another name Albert Victor Bates. Do you have any further information on Mr Bates?
Once again thank you.
 
on 23/01/2009 at 17:10

Thank you for creating this site. I was able to learn a bit more about my Great Uncle Henry Phillip Aishford that died in Belgium on Sunday, April 23, 1916. The First World War was not something we spoke of when I was growing up, and as a result, I never really knew the details of his death. I still live in Swansea, Canada and I have learned that Henry was the first man from this small village to die in The Great War. I am proud of him.

May he R.I.P.
 
on 20/01/2009 at 09:52

Many thanks Pierre for adding my family details to your site, my grandmothers brother Pte. Walker Parker-Boulonge eastern and her cousin Cpl. T.W.Sanderson MM.-Passendaele new british, your site is a great tribute to the fallen.
 
on 19/01/2009 at 17:43

Hello, you have norman guthrie dwon but wrong details.

http://www.cwgc.org/search/casualty_details.aspx?casualty=29380 67

it would be much appresiated if you would change it, thankyou.
 
on 18/01/2009 at 21:04

Hi i was wondering if there is a Norman Guthrie in any of the gravesites.i think he was in the Gordon highlanders and was killed in 1914.

please email be back.

.....fanatastic site by the way.
 
on 17/01/2009 at 09:55

Geweldige website.
Zo houden wij de herinnering aan deze jongens levend!.

Mvgrt.

Ruud Scholten - Webmaster Brunssum War Cemetery.
http://www.deruudsite.eu/war_cemetery.htm
 
on 17/01/2009 at 09:26

This is an amazing website, which has helped me to locate a member of my family, thus enhancing my Genealogy Project. I was unprepared to find a picture of where my relative is buried.

Thomas Charles Yapp of the Welsh Fusiliers was laid to rest at BOIS-DES-ANGLES BRITISH CEMETERY, CREVECOEUR-SUR-L'ESCAUT on 8 October, 1918 - aged just 19 years.

The information which is given with his listing helps me piece my family history together. I shall look upon Rememberance Day with far greater passion, henceforth.

Merci beaucoup, on behalf of my family, past, present and future.
 
on 14/01/2009 at 19:44

Hi Pierre,

Thank you for producing such a great site. My Granduncle, Norman Howard MM is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery, (ZONNEBEKE)(West Vlaanderen Belgium).
His listing is: HOWARD N
United Kingdom Lance Corporal 332783 The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 20/09/1917 IV. G. 6.
My father was named after him.

Again, thank you foe such a great site.

Regards
Bob
 
on 13/01/2009 at 23:10

Hi Pierre.

We have been in touch a few times and you have helped me greatly. I must say what a fantastic job you are doing. God Bless

Vic. Isle of Man
 
on 12/01/2009 at 00:10

Thank you for your web site. I have now been able to find that mt great uncle - Second Lt. Thomas A. Siddall from Chester in England is buried there, and to know that he rests in peace.
Keep up the good work.
Ann
 
on 11/01/2009 at 14:11

A wonderful gesture to honour the memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice. Thank you.

My great uncle, Pte Walter Thomas Smith of 1/8th Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died from wounds inflicted in action on 01.09.1917, many years before I was born. God rest his sole and that of my uncle Tom (RAF) 'm inissing presumed killed' in WW2, resting place 'somewhere in Germany'.
 
on 11/01/2009 at 01:00

Hi, My Grand Uncle Hubert Holroyd Charles Wareham is buried here. We visited in 2004 as a treat for my father's 75th birthday as he had never known where Hubert was buried. I'd be glad to chat to anyone interested in anyone with the name Wareham. Thank you for this site, best wishes. Chris Wareham. My web site for family tree research is www.familywareham.co.uk Would it be ok to display this as part of the message? Thank you.
 
on 02/01/2009 at 11:22

Have just noted the VC Corner Cemetery and Memorial details on IN MERMORy. Pierre, congratulations on the website: it is a sound idea, and you have obviously put a considerable amount of work into its development.

I am interested in this particular cemetery and have been working toward encouraging the British and Australian governments (in conjunction with the CWGC), to identify all unknown Great War burials related to the Battle of Fromelles which was launched on 19 July 1916.

Grant Triffett, Administrator/Coordinator, Fromelles Discussion Group
 
on 31/12/2008 at 10:04

Thank you Pierre for all of your hard work putting together this fantastic site and thanks to you, I have just found my Great Uncle Victor Seaton Bradley's gravesite.
Uncle Victor was born in Southport, Tasmania, Australia and moved to New Zealand to work with his brothers in the timber industry.
He joined The New Zealand Rifle Brigade 12th Reinforcements 1st Battalion, E Company and embarked on 11th October 1916.
He was killed in Belgium on 18th. June 1917
 
on 30/12/2008 at 21:48

Many thanks for providing such a wonderful site for relatives to visit.

My late fathers brother Sydney William Hobin is buried here. he was only 20 years old when he fell in battle, he was a bandsmen and should only really have been stretcher bearing but was called to the front lines and like all the others fell in battle. I am 66 years old in 2009 and will try to make the trip to this cemetary to lay the flowers my father never got to do.
 
on 23/12/2008 at 21:15

my grand mothers brother , herbert francis haskell is buried at les baraques military cemetary, im trying to find his plot, i know the coordinates but can not find a clear layout of the cemetary , can any one help.i have the only photograph of bert as my nan called him, she was only young when he was killed , she missed him to the day she passed away, you can see his photo on www.findagrave.com under herbert francis haskell , you should be able to copy and save the photo and use it,
many thanks
gary
 
on 19/12/2008 at 03:42

Thank you for this wonderful site. I was able to find my great grandfather Private S. Moryoseph of the Manchester Regiment. He and William Thomas Collins (of the same Regiment) both died on 2/4/1917. I have visited the grave and I am thankful for the beautiful condition of the Cambrin Military Cemetery. If anyone has any information about my great grand father or his friend i would be greatful. I have my own pictures of the Cemetery if anyone is interested. Thank you.
 
on 16/12/2008 at 13:28

Thank you for creating this wonderful site. I have found my great uncle - Private James Scanlon, Auckland Regiment, NZEF
 
on 15/12/2008 at 17:27

In memory of Wilfred Horspool, killed in action in Belgium 24th June 1917, son of Ellen Horspool (formerly Jones) of Auckland. She and her family emigrated from Leicestershire, England in 1883. Jones is my wifes family name.
South Wales, UK.
 
on 04/12/2008 at 15:44

Looking for a picture of the grave of Thomas Maher Pte 10565 died 2 Spet 1918. Was in Royal Irish Regiment.
 
on 02/12/2008 at 18:15

In memory of Pvt. Ivor Hanington Murray, 4th.Battalion CEF, killed April 1915 at Langemarck. Buried in Essex Farm Cemetery.
 
on 29/11/2008 at 06:15

In honor of all of the fallen, especially Great Uncle Ivan Walter Johnstone
3034415 who will never be forgotten by his great niece, who's Grandmother Mildred was Ivan's sister.
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