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on 10/09/2014 at 18:56

My grandfather, Robert Colligan is buried at Le Quietiste Cemetery in Le Cateau. Can anyone tell me why an RAF air mechanic would have been buried here?K
 
on 10/09/2014 at 11:09

In Memory of my late brave Great Uncle 19889 Pte Benjamin Jewkes, he was in the 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment attached to the 100th Trench Mortar Battery. He got killed on the 2nd November 1917. If anybody as A Photo of him and his Battalion please could you forward the to me cheers
 
on 09/09/2014 at 14:34

My sister Rachel and I are tracing our family tree and we have now managed to find our Great Uncle Arthur Shaw. We are hopefully coming over to Gommercourt to pay our respects on behalf of his family.
My Gran, Arthurs sister, used to talk of him and it would be so fitting to pay our respects for her.
 
on 07/09/2014 at 23:05

In memory of my Great uncle Kenneth Smith McMaster 52920. His only sister my late grandmother always wanted to find him and now we have. He died of wounds received in battle, 4 days before armistice. He is buried in a quiet corner that will be forever Cumberland. I have grown up with his photograph of him in uniform I still have that photo. He has never been forgotten. One day I hope to visit his grave at Caudry British Cemetary
 
on 03/09/2014 at 23:14

In memory of my Great Uncle Samuel John Hartley from Colne Lancashire who died aged 24 on 30th June 1918 while serving as a 2nd Corporal (207954) with the 248th Company Royal Engineers. Buried at Auchy-Les-Hesdin.
 
on 03/09/2014 at 15:56

In memory of my wife's great uncle, 2/Lt Arthur Haley, observer, RAF. Killed in action 1 June 1918 near Metz. Buried at Chambieres French National Cemetery, Metz, alongside his pilot, Lt Lennock de Graaf Godet.
 
on 02/09/2014 at 14:45

2 of my grandfather's brothers, Arthur William Adair McCarter and Ronald George Adair McCarter were killed in WW1 , Arthur is buried at Warlencourt British cemetery and Ronald at Beaurevoir communal cemetery. I will be visiting them both in june 2015. I expect this will be very emotional, although I never knew them.
 
on 01/09/2014 at 21:48

In memory of my Great Uncle private 13214 William Alfred Whitehead
 
on 01/09/2014 at 21:12

On 29/08/2014 I was privileged to visit the grave of my grandfather, LAURENCE EDWARD THOMPSON, Driver 780844 - The Royal Field Artillery, who was killed in action on 01/03/1917, age 23, and is buried in Engelbelmer Extension Cemetery, France.

The inscription on his grave:
'We shall meet him some bright morning in the upper garden there'.
 
on 01/09/2014 at 15:16

will be visiting with my family the grave of my great-grandfather
Henry MacIntyre Pte 8082 K.O.S.B in march next year
 
on 01/09/2014 at 14:47

About 51 years ago when I was 11 my gran told me once that her brother was missing presumed killed in action in ww1 , I sorry to say I am unable to remember his firdt name only his surname which was Risdale . My late gran Hilda was born in 1902 her late sister Florrie about 1900, so no doubt their brother was older than them to have served in the ww1, they were from Leeds west yorkshire England, when my gran was alive and I was a schoolgirl we would always have a 1 minute silence on the 11th hour of the 11th month in his memory ,just wish I could know more than his surname !
 
on 01/09/2014 at 14:31

This is an information posting. Anyone who has a family member who died in WW1 please go to the Tower of London website and nominate them to be included in the nightly Roll of Honour (180 names read out each night at the Tower). It will continue until 11th November 2014. I nominated my 2 great uncles (Johnny Lyons and Harry Whittington) and was successful with both (their names being included on 9th and 11th of August 2014 respectively).
 
on 31/08/2014 at 20:23

Visited this cemetery just two weeks ago to see the grave of my uncle, John Brick. He has been there for 96 years and to my knowledge, I am the first one of my family to visit. It was a very moving experience. It was lovely to see how well the cemetery is looked after and what a peaceful spot it is - not unlike home.
 
on 30/08/2014 at 19:15

Albert Edward Gorton was my great uncle.we found his grave about 10 years ago.I have a picture and front page report on his death from the local paper I will forward this to you.
 
on 30/08/2014 at 14:27

Just found Joseph Harrison following a long search. i will be visiting the cemetary very soon
 
on 26/08/2014 at 01:09

With the 100 year anniversary of WW1 just, I looked up if any 'Hopcutt' died in that war and found two, both brothers, from Wombourne, Staffordshire. As this was the brithplace of my parents (in 1909 & 1917) I was amazed that I was told/knew nothing about them, ergo my relationship to them...there are not that many 'hopcutt's around. I hope to learn more.
 
on 23/08/2014 at 07:13

Private Edward William Mason buried at St Symphorien, killed in action at the Battle of Mons 100 years today 23/8/14. Remembered with Honour.
 
on 22/08/2014 at 23:43

Garnet Augustus Wilton- one of our family-not forgotten.
 
on 22/08/2014 at 17:38

In Memory of my Great Uncle -
Private Robert Spaul of The Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment).
He was killed in action on 7th January 1917, buried in Bruay Communal Extension.
 
on 22/08/2014 at 12:57

On behalf of the Trotter Family and Mrs Mary Dunn (Widow) I would like to record a tribute to the Grandfather, 156089 Private J.H.TROTTER of 57th. Machine Gun corps. (Infantry) I did not know.Wounded in France and returned to UK for hospital treatment; after which he asked to rejoin his colleagues back in France. He continued the fight, losing his life on 4th. October 1918. He left a widow, Mary and 3 sons; John, H., Kenneth and Ronald. In this year 2014, when we commemorate the outbreak of WW1, it is fitting that I leave this to the memory of this brave man and those who also lost their lives fighting for the freedom we all have today. Rest peacefully brave soldiers. "WE WILL REMEMBER THEM"
 
on 21/08/2014 at 12:47

would like to contact any family or friends of Allan cameron sutherland who died in WW2 buried in haudricourt, Allans wife was Virginia B sutherland, Allan was canadian but lived in Illinois USA any info please contact at shaunleereadings( at sign)hotmail.co.uk
 
on 18/08/2014 at 18:00

I would like to leave a message for Wilson Collins who wrote on here about Lance Corporal Joseph Willey who died in France on 26th August 1914. This man was my great uncle, I am the daughter of George Willey, one of the nephews of your Grandmother. We would be very interested in talking to you about Joseph and your family history as I am studying my family tree at present. Any information you have would be appreciated.
 
on 17/08/2014 at 16:26

My father, Douglas Harrington, has been researching the death of his cousin whose aircraft was shot down over France and he is buried in Noyers-le-Val Cemetery - John Alan Richards. On your website is a photograph that my father would dearly like to have a print of - the gravesite of his cousin and his aircrew. Can that be arranged, please?

I have been trying to find Pierre Vanderveldun's email address without success to contact him directly about photos as stated in the NoyerleVal site - any help would be appreciated. Thanks. cvduo( at sign)shaw.ca
Claire
 
on 15/08/2014 at 16:32

I visited this cemetery last week and laid a wreath at my gt Uncles grave.He was Maj. George Bremner MC. DSO.It's a beautiful place to be laid to rest,so quiet and peaceful.I had wanted to visit his grave for about ten years now and I finally managed it with the help of my cousin.I felt so proud of him.
 
on 15/08/2014 at 12:52

Laid a cross this year at the grave of pte RC Roberts of 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regt.
He fell in May 1918 and was laid to rest at La Kruele near Hazebroucke by my Grandfather Thomas Francis James of the same regiment.

We will drop by again to pay our respect and remember my grandfather who stood on that very spot where the boy was laid down.
 
on 15/08/2014 at 05:16

My Uncle was Charles Richard High, and he was one of the 92 murdered at the Paradis Fram Massacre.. Nice site, thanks for doing this.
 
on 14/08/2014 at 05:15

My GrandFather killed on the 3-6-18 Pte William James Garnish 10th Batt buried in the Borre Mil Cemetery France never had a chance to meet him
 
on 13/08/2014 at 13:14

Thank you for your photos. Have now seen my great Uncles grave. He is one of the 13 in Gosnay cemetery. Hope to visit myself when I come over to visit my father in laws grave, who was killed in WW2 and is buried at Hotton-les-Bagues.
 
on 13/08/2014 at 00:19

McTEAR WILLIAM
United Kingdom Private Durham Light Infantry 10th Bn. Age: 29 Date of Death: 23/09/1917 Service No: 12866 C.7. CABIN HILL CEMETERY.

I have just returned from visiting, two great uncle's graves, one maternal and one paternal, they wouldn't have known each, but they were buried just 12 km and two years apart.
After seeing the beautiful, tiny Cabin Hill cemetery in the corner of a field surrounded by Corn on the Cobs blowing in the wind I think my Granny would have been very happy to know how serene her brother's final resting place is.
R.I P.
 
on 13/08/2014 at 00:00

BRENNAN PATRICK
United Kingdom Private 4/9514 Durham Light Infantry 04/09/1915 Age: 24 AI. 3.BRENNAN PATRICK
POTIJZE BURIAL GROUND Cemetery (Ieper)(West Vlaanderen Belgium)

Great Uncle Patrick, what a honour to visit your final resting place , once again the rain stopped and the sun shone as we arrived.
My Dad is delighted, I have pictures of his only paternal uncle's grave.
I never knew you or my Granda James, your brother, but you will never be forgotten.
Hopefully I will return with my Dad for your 100th anniversary in 2015.
R.I.P
 
on 11/08/2014 at 12:54

In loving memory of my great uncle Thomas Lapsley private 27737 Royal Scots who died in action on the 15th October 1918 Only 19 years old. His mother never knew of his resting place .Lest we forget. R.I.P.
 
on 10/08/2014 at 23:17

Remembering my grandfather Thomas Ashcroft of Cross St
Manchester.Killed in action on 3rd June 1917 in Newville Bourjonval northern france god bless we will always remember
 
on 09/08/2014 at 17:33

I have for many years been looking into my family members who served in the army one in the ww1,one in S africa 1902 ,4 uncles in ww11 .A great page
 
on 09/08/2014 at 14:22

In proud memory of Donald Stephen Shubert Bristol. His parents, American Civil War Veteran, Charles H. Bristol and Irish immigrant, Eliza (McCarron) Bristol with his many siblings were heartbroken in their loss of Shube...
 
on 09/08/2014 at 01:28

Remembering my fathers uncle Joseph Taylor buried at High tree Cemetery Montbrehain
 
on 08/08/2014 at 12:46

My Aunt lost her only Son at the age of 20 fighting for his country, as a young Boy my Aunt always treated me as the Son she lost. Today having contacted a Cousin in Canada who gave me the best info he could to locate the war grave. I typed in all the rough bits of info and your site came up and showed the grave of William Edward Griffiths, thank you.
I now have an exact location for my visit of the final resting place of my Cousin Billy, and those that perished with him that day. Thank you.
 
on 07/08/2014 at 15:05

In memory of my Great Uncle Alfred James Hale who succumbed to wounds and is laid to rest in this cemetery. Having been born in Netteswell Cross which is now part of Harlow in Essex Alfred served with the 4th Batt Royal Fusiliers. He has always been remembered by the family which continues to this day. I personally visited the grave several years ago and intend to revisit to mark the 100th anniversary of his death in 2018.
 
on 07/08/2014 at 11:55

My grt uncle Harry Ray was a Private in the 2nd btn middelsex
He was 20 yrs old when he was killed in action may 1918.
He is laid to rest somewhere in this cemetery. We have been to the cemetery several times. His sister (my Nan) brought me up from the age of 3 so I heard alot about her oldest brother.
 
on 06/08/2014 at 18:39

wE ALREADY ENJOY THE FACT YOU ACCOMPANY US TO YPRES ON THE 11TH OF SEPTEMBER;tHANKS FOR COMING
 
on 06/08/2014 at 05:34

in memory of captain Bryan desmond Hughes how died on this in 1918

he is an ancestry of mine

thank please email me if yous have information on captain Bryan desmond Hughes

babe-girl95( at sign)hotmail.com
 
on 06/08/2014 at 05:30

in memory of captain Bryan desmond Hughes how died on this in 1918

he is an ancestry of mine

thank please email me if yous have information on captain Bryan desmond Hughes
 
on 05/08/2014 at 19:15

Owen Pickett was My great uncle and is buried at his cemetry, he died on 25/3/18. My father was born on 3/6/18 and was named after him.
My brother and I visited 4 years ago it was very well maintained. They gave their today so that we could have a tomorrow. Thankyou.
 
on 05/08/2014 at 18:56

So glad to see where my great Uncle Tommy Compston was buried. He died in action on August 22nd 1918 aged 20. So proud of you Uncle Tommy x
 
on 05/08/2014 at 16:51

Lest we forget. Remembering my great great Grandfather
Nathan Rimmer. Esplechin churchyard.
 
on 05/08/2014 at 10:43

I am so pleased to have found this website. Thank you. I have been researching my great uncle JOHN HENRY SMITH (Jack) who died as a prisoner of war on 17.10.1918 and his memorial is at the Givet Cemetery. I would be thrilled to hear from any of his relatives.
 
on 05/08/2014 at 10:09

Remembering my 2x Great Uncles Ernest Alfred Maude wounded in action 1915 aged 19 he died from his wounds in 1916 in the Northern Hospital, Liverpool, he now rests in Elswick Cemetery, Newcastle upon Tyne. George W Maude aged 23 died of wounds 1917 and John Blackburn Maude aged 28 who was killed in action 1918. Lest we Forget - Rest in Peace xxx
 
on 05/08/2014 at 08:23

Respect to all the fallen after 100 years since the start of hostilities, and to my Great Granddad James Dair 15/10/1917 Gunner RFA Buried at New Irish Farm Cemetery.

We will remember them
 
on 05/08/2014 at 04:40

A proud moment when I visited my uncle's grave, Pte Edginton, who died on 3 June 1917.

Thank you for giving us our freedom. You will not be forgotten.

My son is named after you.
 
on 05/08/2014 at 02:24

Thank you for your site. I was able to find where my grandmothers brother was buried. I hope one day to visit the grave and lay flowers at his headstone.
 
on 05/08/2014 at 00:17

in memory of bombardier.53448 william henry beckley. DCM . 12th heavy bty. 40th trench mortar bty R.G.A son of elijah beckley of 46 milton st. bootle remembered with honour by his gr granson f.f kenneth edwards NZFS
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