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on 28/10/2008 at 14:22

29-03-2007 - 15:42
Dear Pierre,
A most moving and humbling tribute, undertaken with integrity, dignity and dedication. Thank you for helping generations to understand.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:22

27-03-2007 - 16:28
Dear Piere,
Thank you for the dedication, love and commitment you have made in making this sanctuary available in our office.
I found my uncles grave from the information you have provided and seen the cemetery where he is buried.
We live in Australia and will probably never get the chance to see it in person.
It is good for us to know that someone still cares for this special place that commemorates the gift and sacrifice that these young boys made.

Thank you.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:21

27-03-2007 - 15:29
Thank you so much for all the time and effort you have dedicated to this site. It is truly a tribute to the men and women who gave their lives so that we may enjoy our freedom. You have created a great reference site for anyone who may be carrying out research on family members or even the World Wars in general.

Keep up the good work.

on 28/10/2008 at 14:20

15-03-2007 - 07:08
Thank you so much Pierre for creating this wonderful site which I have only just found while searching for any information on Eine Churchyard. The Gunner James LAW RFA 131202 buried there could possibly be my grandmother's younger brother who she told me had died in the Great War. I have been searching for him for 21 years without much success. Could I possibly request a larger image of the photo of the Eine Churchyard's headstones which you kindly offered? We are looking forward to visiting the WW1 Battlefields this coming summer - it is something I feel I must do since James has filled my thoughts for so many years. Many thanks again for creating this admirable site.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:20

12-03-2007 - 17:30
It was wonderfule to see this cemetery where my husbnads great uncle is burried. We have traced him to Oakdump & his brother is at Arris. It was geat to acually see his name on your roll. Thanks
on 28/10/2008 at 14:19

06-03-2007 - 09:48
It is great to see sites like yours it helps to show how we must remember those who gave their all and who should never be forgotten.
I am trying to find pictures of the Geel war cemertry at present because my mothers brother is buried there and she has never seen his final resting place.
At 79 years of age she cannot forgive and I was hoping if I could get her a picture of his headstone it would ease her pain.
Please keep up the good work so we can all remember those who fell.
warmest regards
on 28/10/2008 at 14:18

04-03-2007 - 19:20
Thank you so much for getting the photo of my Great-Grandfathers grave at Tournai. You have created a great website, which is a fitting memory to those brave people who gave their lives.

Thanks once again,

John Hancock
on 28/10/2008 at 14:18

03-03-2007 - 12:32
It was good to see my Great- Great Uncles name on your list. I only wish that i know of him before when I last went to the somme I would have traveled that extra distance to see his grave.. Thank you now he will never once more be forgotten
Debra Pope
on 28/10/2008 at 14:17

25-02-2007 - 04:37
Very many thanks for helping me to identify the grave of my Uncle, Lt. Douglas Collier Chapman at Beauvois-en-Cambresis (d.20.10.1918).
on 28/10/2008 at 14:16

17-02-2007 - 20:06
A superb site. Thanks for all your effort constructing it. I hope more people send you photographs of soliders.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:15

17-02-2007 - 06:03
Thank you to all who mantain the Mendinghem Cemetry and this website. My Grandfather Ivor Godfrey Jones is buried there. My mother was so pleased to see that someone had planted daffodils on his grave which she only found when she was in her 70's and visited his grave for the first time.Thank you again so very much.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:15

24-01-2007 - 21:14
Thanks for such a moving site, it is nice to know that some one has taken the time to do all this research. My Great Grand father lies in Bus House Cemetery & I am the only family member to visit his grave because we only found the location a short time ago. Thanks again!
on 28/10/2008 at 14:14

08-01-2007 - 04:01
on 28/10/2008 at 14:13

05-01-2007 - 11:15
Dear Pierre, Thanks once again for all your help and for the photographs of Nathan Rimmer's final resting place.We will always be eternally grateful.
Kindest Regards
Alan Bretherton
on 28/10/2008 at 14:13

07-12-2006 - 09:56
Dear Pierre, congratiolations for this exellent work.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:12

05-12-2006 - 22:29
Flt. Sub.Lt Albert Dixon is my wife's great uncle & was a Canadian from Ottawa, Canada. My wife visited his grave in '02; the first from his family since the 1930's. We were very impressed with the grave site & the fact there were flowers on his grave. The bouquet we placed there are still there as seen in the photo. Also the correct headstone has been errected(RN vice RAF). Hopefully we will be able to make another visit in the future.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:11

20-11-2006 - 17:07
Thank you Pierre for such a useful and tasteful site.I found my Great Granduncle Lance Corporal Walter Corrall 9977 of D Company 2nd Bn. Worcestershire Regiment on your site.
He was killed in action on 20/2/1916 and buried in Cambrin Military Cemetery.
If anyone ever visits this cemetery could they please place a flower at his grave for me, his grave reference is F. 37. Also if anyone could take a photograph of his Grave and E-mail it to me that would be fantastic.

Darren Tonks
United Kingdom
on 28/10/2008 at 14:10

13-11-2006 - 21:03
We went to this beautifully kept peaceful little cemetary on Saturday 11th Nov 2006
We are the first members of the family to manage to get to pay our respect the our uncle CSM Herbert L E De La Bertouche DCM. Sadly we didn't get there for 11am but the French people had laid a sheath of flowers there and it was lovely to see that these young men are not forgotten by the local people, and to see how well the cemetery is upkept. Thank you
on 28/10/2008 at 14:10

13-11-2006 - 18:34
What more can i say that people have not already said before me . Your comittment and upkeep of your site is a living tribute to all those soldiers who's lives were ended to soon.
Pierre thank you for the help and advice and its nice to know that someone as dedicated as yourself exists to keep these soldiers memories alive.
Thank You
on 28/10/2008 at 14:09

12-11-2006 - 10:28
Last night I looked through a box that my mother left me, with private historical documents and details of my great uncle, Private George McGuire, who died in WW1. I realised I knew nothing about the manner of his death or where he was buried. Within a couple of hours, thanks to your site, I have found his grave.
Thank you very much, this means a lot.
I would also like to visit the grave someday.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:08

09-11-2006 - 22:42
Dear Pierre, I cannot thank you enough for your wonderfull website. Using it I was able to find the grave of my Grandfather James Hegarty whom I had never known. He is burried in Duhallow A.D.S. Cemetary IV.F.19. Thank you for helping fill in this unknown in our family history.
James Hegarty
Tottenham On
on 28/10/2008 at 14:07

06-11-2006 - 03:16
Dear Pierre, I cannot thank you enough for the care, time and effort you have put into this website. I have found my uncles grave from the information you have provided and seen the section where he is buried in Nord. I live in Australia and will probably never get the chance to see it in person nor my mother who was 6 years old when he died. It is good for us to know that someone other than us care about these men and women who died for their country so far away from home and hearth.

Thank you and Merci from Aussies everywhere for the work done and you are continuing to do.

Newcastle, NSW, Australia
on 28/10/2008 at 14:07

01-11-2006 - 18:57
I was fascinated when i found this site. Too beable to see where my Great Uncle is buried. The pictures of the cemetary are lovely . I hope one day too visit his grave.
Many Thanks
on 28/10/2008 at 14:06

01-11-2006 - 14:36
Thank you so much for providing the list of fallen soldiers and for the photos of the cemetery. It means a lot to see them. I hope that one day I am able to visit the grave of my great uncle Jonathan Leslie Wooding.

Many thanks
Western Australia
on 28/10/2008 at 14:06

18-10-2006 - 01:40
My father-in-law's brother was killed and for years the family did not know where he was buried. or even knew that he existed..through some research I remember seeing that he was listed as having died in Belgium. I want to thank you for listing all fallen heros, as I was able to find him - his name was Pte. James William Goodchild, of the British Middx Regiment.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:05

16-10-2006 - 21:55
I am a Great Neice of Corporal John Carter Shanks 5721920 2nd Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment.

Thank you for listing my Great Uncle, I can only hope to one day visit the cemetery with my family. We are now in the US, but the internet makes the world just a little smaller.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:04

15-10-2006 - 00:04
Thank you so much for this wonderful site. My family are honoured to have my fallen family members on your site. You conduct this site with sensitivity and honour.
on 28/10/2008 at 14:03

09-10-2006 - 07:26
On a visit to France with my father in October 1999, we visited a Military Cemetery at Beugny just north of Bapaume and in the cemetery called Red Cross Corner we found the headstones of 2 soldiers (nearest the camera) of the Worcestershire Regiment (Lance Cpl L. Lawrence & Pvt. F. Neale) both of the same Battalion as Thomas who died on the same day as Thomas. Also at the far end of the same row are 7 headstones to Unknown Soldiers. Is one of these Thomas?
on 28/10/2008 at 14:00

05-10-2006 - 20:17
after many years my son and I have dicovered the final resting place of my uncle George and have arranged to visit next month thanks to the wonders of the net and the amazing dedication of the French people
on 28/10/2008 at 14:00

26-09-2006 - 23:21
My relation Arthur Lewis Faulknall was only 18 when he was killed on 2/11/1914 and my visits have been the only family visits to his grave. A beautiful quite peaceful spot
on 28/10/2008 at 13:59

26-09-2006 - 15:01
Whilst tracing my family tree I discovered my great great grandfather Frederick James Hopper (who was from Darlington, Co-Durham, England) died during the First World War in June 1917 whilst trying to save someone else's life. Thank you for keeping his memory alive along with all those others who also sacrificed their lives.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:58

17-09-2006 - 19:07
fortunate to have visited named graves of both grandfathers in wytschaete, begium and heninel, france this summer. Great to stand where forebears stood. Thankyou for your excellent site and photographs.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:57

13-09-2006 - 22:50
I am the grandson of harry leman copnall who died so that i could live in freedom.
Thank you for this site and helping to preserve his memeory.
Some say that you die twice, first physically and second when there is no one left to remember you...we remember them
on 28/10/2008 at 13:56

13-09-2006 - 22:33
on 28/10/2008 at 13:56

10-09-2006 - 10:10
Thank you,.my uncle is listed on your site .
H A Loydstrom S/N 1900
This is a great thing that you are doing.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:55

31-08-2006 - 14:35
Thanks for keeping the memory of my four great uncles from Repton of the Cross near Derby, who died in WW1, alive in your corner of the world on this web site.
Best regards
Chuck Pattinian
Ajijic, Mexico
on 28/10/2008 at 13:54

29-08-2006 - 23:56
Many thanks for your dedication in setting up and maintaining this site. I have just recently discovered that I my Great Grandmother lost her nephew, who was with the N.Z.E.F., in the Great War. Reading their correspondence makes me feel very sad and it is comforting to know that through your website he is remembered and honoured.

Yours sincerely,
Alison M. Shields, Ayrshire, Scotland
on 28/10/2008 at 13:53

23-08-2006 - 17:12
Thank you Pierre,for an excellent site,and excellent information.Through your site I have been able to discover ,and to visit ,the long lost grave of my Father,s brother,who was killed in April 1918.The whereabouts of this grave was a mystery for 73 years.My Uncle,s grave was lost.But ,he was never forgotten.Your site and your work mean so much to so many.
Thank you.
Hugh A Walsh
Co Kerry
on 28/10/2008 at 13:53

08-08-2006 - 07:02
Great site Pierre thank you for all your hard work.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:52

10-07-2006 - 08:36
Hi Pierre
Thankyou for the fine tribute you you paid my great grandfather Corp William Andrew Parsons by including him on your site. i f you require any assistance from Australia please dont hesitate to ask

Scott Parsons Maitland NSW Australia
on 28/10/2008 at 13:51

08-07-2006 - 11:00
je visite des tombes en france et la belgique sur demande et je prends les photos que vous desirez ---si vous souhaitez de laisser des fleurs ---cela peut etre fait aussi ainsi de laisser une message personalisee dans le livre du cimetiere
on 28/10/2008 at 13:51

30-06-2006 - 13:22
My fathers uncle is buried in this cemetary,michael flynn we are in posession of his medal.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:50

09-06-2006 - 00:29
United Kingdom Private 21295 Worcestershire Regiment 15/08/1917 Age: 41 I. W. 4.
This is my great grandfather he died within days of arriving.
This is a good and well presented site.
would you know where i could see images of the wall inscriptions?

Anthony Hope
on 28/10/2008 at 13:49

27-05-2006 - 01:13
Thank you Pierre for all your work preparing this website. I have an old picture of my great-uncle James Kydd who died in WW1. Now I have have a picture of his gravesite at Tilloy-les-Cambrai. I will be able to pass on my information to my grandchildren. I wish I had found this information while my grandmother (his sister) was still alive. I hope to visit the cemetery someday soon.

on 28/10/2008 at 13:48

01-05-2006 - 05:27
Thank you for this wonderful website which pays a fitting tribute to those who served in the Great War. Merci beaucoup et bon chance!
David . Cumnock Ayrshire Scotland UK.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:47

18-04-2006 - 04:42
Wonderfull site Pierre.
I salute you !
on 28/10/2008 at 13:43

16-05-2005 - 13:31
Thank you for a wonderful site, a lot of hard work for you and very much apprecaited. you have been added to my favourites.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:37

16-04-2006 - 11:33
thankyou so very much my grandfather fought in ieper and was fortunate enough to survive he would treasure this site
on 28/10/2008 at 13:36

04-04-2006 - 17:43
entièrement d'accord avec Patricia sur le fait que nos parents doivent être fiers du site que tu as créee et je ne manquerais pas de le faire lire à un interprète.toutes mes félicitations sur ton travail de recherches et de patience.Si tu as besoin de quelque chose en gironde fais le moi savoir.amitiés sincères.
on 28/10/2008 at 13:35

25-03-2006 - 20:40
Bravo pour ce superbe site !
j'espère pouvoir échanger avec vous prochainement sur le devoir de mémoire.
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