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on 14/11/2021 at 12:24

In loving memory of Great Uncle Coy. Sgt. Major Ernest Walker, killed in action 6 November 1918. Buried Angreau communal cemetery.
 
on 11/11/2021 at 19:35

My great uncle John Bertram Tatlow is in Bretram Court, he died in WW1 so young, and with my husband and daughter we where able to visit, a few years ago, there is also a Whitehead there but no relation, a lovely peaceful place.
 
on 11/11/2021 at 17:24

In loving memory of my great uncle, Bruce Hosmer Acton Burrows. "HE GAVE HIS MERRY YOUTH AWAY FOR COUNTRY AND FOR GOD" in WW1. Despite the threat of tyranny once again, we must never surrender the costly freedoms he and his fellow soldiers won for us. They fought for our freedoms; now we must do the same to preserve them. God bless us and give us strength.
 
on 10/11/2021 at 21:47

In memory of my great uncle, (my paternal grandmother’s brother), Gunner Arthur Bentley 141217, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 6.11.17 aged 23.
 
on 10/11/2021 at 12:45

In memory of my great uncle Frederick Sporle of the 1st/4th Suffolk who fell on the 7th April 1916. Never forgotten.
 
on 06/11/2021 at 19:09

Hi, I have been researching Lance Corporal Arthur Luck of the 1st Btn Royal Inniskilling fusiliers 42985 who was killed in action on 25th October 1918 in the same action in which Pte Norman Harvey was awarded the VC.
I have been attempting to find as much information about Arthur as I possibly can and was delighted to see you have a photo of him on your Ingoyghem cemegery site. The first time I have seen a picture of him.
RIP Arthur - over 100 years on and you have not been forgotten
 
on 20/10/2021 at 20:32

In loving memory of L/Corporal Harry Bradshaw
Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Who died of wounds 10 June 1917
 
on 28/09/2021 at 12:45

Dear Pierre Just to say that my wife Chrissy and I are so grateful for your site. Chrissy is the grand daughter of Private Percy Weeks who was KIA on the 18 August 2018. When Chrissy’s grandmother Maud died she left Percy’s medals and letters to and from the front to her daughter Ivy who subsequently left them to Chrissy. I am just in the process of having the medals mounted. We see the photos you have were sent by David Weeks who we hope to contact asap. Chrissy didn’t realise she had any relations on the Weeks side of her family still alive. Our thanks again.
 
on 18/07/2021 at 01:45

Hello Pierre, thank you for your dedicated website. I am researching my great grand uncle who was killed in action in France and buried at the
ADELAIDE Cemetery (Villers Bretonneux) (Somme France).
I will email you.
Thank you, Michelle
 
on 22/06/2021 at 00:18

Thank you for the information and picture of Joseph Albert Barnsby who I now know died 15 April 1918. Joseph was my 1st cousin 2 times removed.
 
on 15/06/2021 at 05:43

Great Uncle - Private Ernest John Strowbridge born in Chudleigh, Devon. 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards. Remembered by Wall & Strowbridge family, especially daughter Eileen(whom he never saw) and grandson Peter.
 
on 25/05/2021 at 09:14

In memory of my Great uncle Pte 43789 Ernest James Smith
Killed in action 21st September 1918 age 19. Forever in my thoughts
 
on 15/05/2021 at 08:55

saw this question: Imelda Walsh (Etats-Unis)

I am hoping I get the chance to visit my Gran Uncle grave Michael Corcoran 2nd Battalion in zwevegem communal cemetary. Would like a close up photo of his gravestone if possible. I grew hearing my dad talk about him, glad we were able to locate his grave and know he was never forgotten

Do you already have a pic? If not I can go to zwevegem and make some pics? KInd regards.
 
on 06/05/2021 at 16:42

This is the story of how Roger and his 2 companions were killed on 1st September 1944 in Albert, France
Roger RAWLENCE Trooper of 2nd Household Cavalry. From a French eye witness acount
Le 1er Sept en Albert. Les trois hommes G.A.F EBBAYE, R. RAWLENCE et G.SNOWDON, tous trios le 1er Septembre 1944 en libererant Albert. Les deux premiers ages de 23 et 24 ans ont ete atteints par un obus qui a percute leur vehicle blinde, le troisieme qui n'avait que 19 ans a vraisemblablement ete tue par balles. Ces trois-la ont ete victimes d'un des derniers ilots de resistance allemands situes dans ce qui est aujourd'hui la Rue de Liberation.
Translation:
The 1st September in Albert. The 3 men, G A F EBBAYE, R RAWLENCE and G SNOWDON these three on 1st September were liberating Albert. The first two aged 23 and 24 were hit by a shell that struck their armoured vehicle, the third was only 19 was probably shot dead. These three were victims of one of the last pockets of resistance located in what is today the Rue de Liberat.
The conclusion therefore is that Roger and his driver G Ebbaye were blown up by a shell which was aimed at their armoured car probably from a point of elevation, probably the church tower and the third man G Snowdon was shot - possiby trying to exit the vehicle or may not have been connected with them at all and shot in a separate incident? My mother Faith PAGE ( nee RAWLENCE) says the story her mother was given is that the "sniper" was high up in a church tower in Albert.
 
on 05/05/2021 at 00:24

My Uncle, Stanley was Killed in Action between 6th and 10th June 1940 whilst serving in France with the 4th Battalion, Border Regiment. His military details: 3596854 Lance Corporal Stanley LEE. He was the son of William and Mary Lee of Longsight, Manchester, Lancashire, England. He is buried at Fecamp (Le Val Aux Clercs) Communal Cemetery, France in the British Plot, Row 3, Grave 4. His Brother, Sydney Lee (my father) enlisted in the East Lancashire Regiment 8th August 1927. He was evacuated from Dunkirk and went on the serve until his discharge on 13 March 1947. His Military details: 3383065 Private Sydney Lee.
 
on 24/04/2021 at 08:47

My great uncle was Arthur James Craske born 1889 a widow and father to Lilian Daisy born 1911. His battalion was heavily depleted with the highest ranking officer in charge a Captain when on 3 September 1916 the men from St Pancras Rifle Brigade (London) were tasked to secure a ridge flanked by other battalions. It was expected to be “straightforward”. He was killed that day with many others and buried in a temporary grave. Luckily his body was later identified and he was reburied at Andre Valley cemetery. There is no message on his gravestone from his family and he was never mentioned or talked about by the next generations. Luckily we found him again and one day we will get to northern France and pay our respects.
 
on 16/04/2021 at 08:10

Good Morning Pierre,
I'm having trouble finding your email.

I have been looking at your wonderful In Memory web page, a total credit to you. I see at the bottom if I send some photographs related to Percy that you will kindly add them. I have some photographs, if I copy them and send them to you are you still able to do this? My uncle is buried in Adanac Cemetery sect 3 row F4 died 23rd Aug 1918
Kind Regards
Dave Weeks
Hastings East Sussex UK
 
on 07/04/2021 at 14:35

Hi, the image you have in Charmes showing 2/Lt Patrick Jocelyn Cunningham is actually a picture of my wife's Great Uncle, Archie Dexter. We left this picture at his grave some years ago. I am currently writing an article about him and would like to know where his plane crashed if you have this information. I am also seeking pictures of the other crew members also buried in Charmes: Keith Attwater; Herbert Holmes and Hugh Ritchie.
 
on 04/04/2021 at 00:21

bonjour, je suis adjointe au maire à la mairie de Marolles 14100 calvados. Dans notre cimetière se trouve la tombe du soldat britannique Arthur Cook 2069108 driver royal engineers décédé le 15 juin 1940. Nous prenons soin de cette tombe et la fleurissons à chaque commémoration. Je tente de faire des recherches sur ce soldat afin d'honorer sa mémoire, sur son unité, sa mission, les circonstances de son décès, les circonstances de son enterrement sur notre commune et également des informations sur son histoire personnelle (son métier, le métier de ses parents et s'il avait des frères et soeurs). Mon projet est de réussir à faire mettre en forme un document sur ce soldat pour le présenter aux élèves de notre petite école, le publier sur notre gazette locale et éventuellement disposer ce document auprès de sa tombe afin que les gens puissent connaître son histoire. je suis également à la recherche d'une photo. Je vous remercie donc par avance de venir vers moi si vous avez des informations à partager. D'avance merci pour votre aide
 
on 31/03/2021 at 02:55

Hi i am researching my great uncle - james edward passfield who was killed at battle of Arras and is buried in Fuechy British cemetary. I have been lucky enough to visit his grave in France . Just some information you may wish to update on your website, his service number is 181050 and not 161050 . Thank you so much
Amanda
 
on 20/03/2021 at 03:26

Thank you for creating this wonderful website. My great grandfather is William John Bellboddy and is buried at St Olle. You have a picture of him that I have never seen was a wonderful find.

I created a facebook page to commemorate the men of the 116th CEF....many of who are buried at St Olle. If you are interested
 
on 15/03/2021 at 12:57

Lovely website, been to a few war graves over the years, including my Uncle in Antwerp, moving places when you are there
 
on 07/02/2021 at 10:55

I came across your website whilst researching my great granduncle Lance Corporal Joseph Wilson (3rd Battalion Coldstream Guards) died heroically 25th August 1914 and buried in Landrecies Cemetery.
Please read the accompanying story on the cemetery page.
Thank you for publishing.
 
on 05/02/2021 at 15:45

As a little boy 50+ years ago my grandmother RIP used to let me play with a few medals in front of her fire. When she passed my sister gave me the medal. It was awarded to Private J H Wood 13198 . He severed in the Leicestershire Regiment.
How my grandmother came about this is unknown.
One theory is that her mother took in and raised a baby boy left on her doorstep. Maybe this is that boys medal.
Even if not, I am still going to his grave to pay my respects.
If anyone finds this message. Feel free to look me up.

Bless them all..
 
on 27/01/2021 at 17:43

Remembering my Great Grandad. George Robert White. Service number 13423. 10th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment. He was from Leeds and he gave his life for me. Never forgotten.
 
on 21/01/2021 at 16:17

Great website, found my 2nd great uncle Captain Nathan bright Risley on here after researching family history. I do have pictures of him and pictures of the grave if you would like them, just get in touch.
 
on 18/01/2021 at 04:39

That should read United States. Dang fingers went astray...
 
on 18/01/2021 at 04:36

I am a Burley Boy, knew the Sr. Gudmendsens [Iriel and Altha(second marriage).] Dick married Miren Bidiganeta. After death of Dick, she remarried I knew their children.. My father Thomas Bailey Lee jr married Miren after divorce from my birth mother.I remember the Gudmendsen parents home very well.
Another cuzin William Buttner son of Helen and Frank Buttner(later divorced and became Helen Phillips) where "Bill" has been reburied Twin Falls Idaho.Helen was sister of my stepfather George Carmody Burley.I am learning more qbout the Eagles..Very interesting
 
on 11/01/2021 at 15:30

Thank you for your site . this is in memory of my uncle Jim , Cpl.J.C.Chalmers (RHR) also North Nova Scotia Highlanders killed in action July 25th 1944 in France and buried in Bretteville Sur Laize (Calvados France)Rest in Peace Uncle Jim and thank you for your service..
 
on 04/01/2021 at 12:06

Hi, I've discovered your excellent website, I have information and a photo relating to L K Webb, Bransles Communal Cemetery, Seine et Marne, what is your email address?
 
on 03/01/2021 at 15:37

Bonjour

Je recherche des informations sur John TRENTESAUX décédé à Arras en 1917 et sur son frère Piter décédé en 1918 à Château Thierry en 1918.
Le nom de leur 1/2 frère Albert décédé à Corbie en 1916 apparait sur votre relevé du cimetière de cette ville.
Albert est né du 1er mariage de Napoléon TRENTESAUX avec CHAMBET Maria
John et Piter sont nés du 2ème mariage (à BOSTON, Etats Unis) de TRENTESAUX Napoléon avec AUBIN Marie Victoria
Ces noms ont été relevés sur une tombe située dans le cimetière de Leers 59115 (France)
Je vous remercie par avance pour votre aide
 
on 30/12/2020 at 12:34

Just found out my Great Grand Uncle Is buried In Mending Military Cemetery, Prt David Henderson Army Number 19990.
Fantastic site you have here Thank you for the information
 
on 26/12/2020 at 19:24

James Tibbott. Died in action 5th April 1918. We have only recently discovered this information. Rest in peace dear grandfather
 
on 20/12/2020 at 08:58

Hi< i am researching GARDNER LEONARD PERCY
United Kingdom Leading Airman Royal Navy H.M.S. Kestrel. Age: 26 Date of Death: 29/05/1940 Service No: FX/76361 who is buried in BOLLEZEELE Communal Cemetery (Nord France). He is my aunties first husband. I was wondering if there is any local information about how he got there, ie was he still alive after his plane was shot down. I think his co pilot was captured and sent to a POW camp in poland ? Just wondering if there are any local storys about this man, Cheers Greg Pullar New Zealand.
 
on 25/11/2020 at 07:55

Pierre,
I want to thank you so much for the immense amount of time, effort and no doubt expense you have go to, making your invaluable site available to everyone.

I hope most sincerely that you are formally recognised for your commitment to those who have given their lives in the theater of war.

I am an avid family researcher and have utilised your site (sadly) more times than I care to count.

My own great uncle, Private Samuel Stapleford, was killed in action in Belgium 7 June 1917 at the age of 23. He was born 23 March 1894 in the small village of Laguna, New South Wales, Australia.

Once again, thank you so much.

Warmest regards,
Rosenne.
 
on 15/11/2020 at 21:19

I have visited my great uncle George lally’s several times now, I am hoping to try and learn as much more as I possibly can regarding him.
 
on 11/11/2020 at 23:11

Canybarville
My Uncle "Bob" G W Bainbridge died here 10th June 190 aged 17.
His grave brings a lump to my throat
I do have a picture of him in uniform with his parents
Thank you all who look after his and his colleagues graves
 
on 11/11/2020 at 20:32

My great great uncle, Herbert Dennis Webb lays here, he served in the Gloucestershire Regiment, 1/6th battalion from Bristol,England. I wish I had more information on him(photos, details of death/battle. He died on July 23 1915 at 19 years old. My grandad(his nephew) was named after him. If anyone has any info or help with finding out more that would be appreciated. Lest we forget
 
on 11/11/2020 at 15:31

In memory of the gentleman for whom I am named, Edward Alexander McDougall Grange; my father's friend during training. Alex Ross, Kingston, Ontario
 
on 11/11/2020 at 00:06

For F/O Edward Crowther Jones, who is remembered by me every day, and especially in November. Merci beaucoup to the villagers of Cheniers who keep his grave tidy.
 
on 07/11/2020 at 15:26

Remembering Great Uncle Coy Sgt Major Earnest Walker, London Rifle Brigade. Died 6 November 1918, buried Angreau Communal Cemetery.
Forever appreciative of your giving your life for others!
 
on 05/11/2020 at 19:44

Remembering Henry Stevenson Ewan 8th Bn KeeRoyal Inniskilling Fusiliers No 41960 Died 21August 1917 Ixelles(Elesene) Communal Cemetery Belgium.Thinking of you as always with pride and never forgetting you love your Grandson David & Family
 
on 02/11/2020 at 19:35

I am the grandson of Private Walter Forsyth buried at Martigny Churchyard in France. He was killed age 22 in 1940. Can you please advise where I might get a copy of the website photo showing his grave alongside the two others buried there? Many thanks for any guidance you may be able to give.
 
on 28/10/2020 at 17:36

The Astles, Astels family has recently found a photo postcard of Herman Woodburn Astels 889701 KIA 6 Nov. 1917.
Photo taken at basic training Valcartier Quebec 1916. I would like to submit it.
 
on 18/10/2020 at 19:10

I found a Victory Medal with the engraving:

PTE. H. J. GINGELL. R. W. KENT

I can not find an origin
 
on 19/09/2020 at 12:08

Compliments for documenting these men. I seem to be related to Dewhurst Graaff, pilot officer from then Southern Rhodesia. I am deeply interested in WWII and have published on the subject.
Best regards
AG
fpamsterdam a t y ahoo dot e t c
 
on 17/08/2020 at 17:54

In memory of my cousin Kenneth Tompkins. We will come and visit you one day. Thank you for your service , love from your Auntie Alice’s granddaughter and family
 
on 09/07/2020 at 13:12

In memory of my Great Uncle Samuel Hodgson. Pte 20504 16th Bn Cheshire Regiment. One of the first Bantam soldiers. Died 26th November 1916 at Arras. A Barnsley miner, left a widow and 4 young children.
 
on 14/06/2020 at 08:43

In memory of my Dad’s cousin, Thomas Woodburn Johnson, resting and commemorated in Isieres cemetery.
 
on 11/06/2020 at 16:49

On 25/04/2014 at 05:55, Sue (from Australia) wrote: "thinking of my grandfather today who was killed on the 25th may 1940. he is buried at lendelede communal cemetery. l have been lucky enough to visit his gravesite twice and hope to return again in a couple of years time. l have allways been made to feel very welcome by the people that work at the town hall. my grandfathers name is john cowie trooper 315432 12th. royal lancer, R.A.C."

Dear Sue,
Some Lendelede (Belgium) locals are thinking about doing something special in the context of November 11th commemoration this year (2020). Would you by any chance have more information concerning the circumstances of your grandfather's KIA, any pictures or documents in order to honour John Cowie? Please contact me via jo.vanderbeke( at sign)proximus.be
Thank you in advance.
Jo VANDERBEKE, Lendelede (Flanders, Belgium)
   
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