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Hope to make it to some of the following over the next two weeks. If you want a photo I will do my best

Blosseville-Sur-Mer Churchyard (WW2)

Tourgeville Military Cemetary

Loos Memorial,

Pozieres British Cemetary,

Viz-en-Artois Memorial,

Meaulte

Bouzencourt

Tyne Cot

Cement House

Please advise grave references

Offer Closes midnight Sunday 27 July

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Hi rendellers,

Pm sent with details.

Thanks and I hope you enjoy your trip,

Stephen

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THanks for offering!

If possible when at Tourgeville, I would very much appreciate a photo of the grave of 56653 Pte Richard John Williams, 14th RWF. He is in IV B 7.

Kind regards,

Lars

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Many thanks for the offer. These would be great if you could get them:

POZIERES BRITISH CEMETERY:

Pt. William Henry STABLEFORD, Royal Warwickshire Regt. Grave: III. J. 17

Are you going to the Pozieres Memorial? If so:

POZIERES MEMORIAL ???

Pt Matthew SWEATMORE, 4th Bn Yorkshire Regt. Panel: 31-32

Sgt Robert STARKEY, Lancashire Fusiliers, Panel: 32-34

Sgt Robert BRUNT, Manchester Regt., Panels 64-67

CEMENT HOUSE:

Lt Charles Arthur CAMPBELL, 1st Bn. Cheshire Regt. Grave: XVIII. A. 18

Many thanks, any help with photos of these would be much appreciated.

Graham

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Hi Rendellers

Would it be possible to take a photo of the following name on the Viz en Artois Memorial please:

22833 Cpl Harold Jeffries 1st Bn Royal Berks KIA 29/9/1918 panel 7.

Also, if possible can I have a general shot of the memorial.

Many thanks

Trevor

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Hello rendellers,

thanks for making the kind offer.

I am sending you a PM with names of interest to me, in hopes.

LST_164

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I would be grateful for this one please.

Name: MANVERS, ALBERT ANDREW

Initials: A A

Nationality: United Kingdom

Rank: Private

Regiment/Service: Middlesex Regiment

Unit Text: 20th Bn.

Age: 29

Date of Death: 12/07/1918

Service No: 745

Additional information: Son of Albert and Ellen Manvers, of "Glencoe," Garlinge Rd., Cricklewood, London. Native of Victoria, Australia.

Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/Memorial Reference: IV. B. 3.

Cemetery: TOURGEVILLE MILITARY CEMETERY

Thank you

Peter

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Hi rendellers

Please could you take a photo of this mans memorial for me

GEORGE WALTER ATKINSON

Panel 61 to 63.

Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL

Thank you

Teresa

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I would be most grateful if you could get the following =

2/Lt Edmund De Wind, VC Royal Irish Rifles.

Pozieres Memorial panels 74 to 76.

A relative of his contacted me about him the other day.

I shall be away for a while but my email address can be found here - http://www.ypressalient.co.uk/

Thanks

Steve morse

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Hi Rendellers,

If you get the chance could you get a pic of Gunner James Johnston who is buried at plot VC19 in Cement House Cemy. TIA... JIM

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi all back in UK. I think I got all the pics bar one (already apologised for that) will try to send pics to everyone this week so if you haven't already done so can you pm me your email? Also can anyone explain how to zip/compress photos to attach? This may delay photos for a couple of you who wanted a few until I see a friend who might help me out!

Lindsey

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Hi Lindsey

Not being overly 'techie' this is how I do it ...

1. If you have Microsoft Office - open picture in 'Microsoft Office Picture Manager'

2. Click 'Edit Pictures' on tool bar

3. Click 'Compress Pictures' - bottom of right side toolbar

4. Select 'email messages' - right side toolbar and click in circle (green dot should appear)

5. Click 'OK' button at bottom

6. Save !! (Although I tend to save modified image under different name - just in case the new image is too poor to be worthwhile.)

This should reduce your original image to about 5 - 8 KB

Hope this helps - of course if you're not using 'Office' I don't know - you can probably do something similar in another program.

:rolleyes: Thanks for the offer and the photos

Graham

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This is just a public thank-you to Lindsey for the assorted excellent photos taken on my behalf during her recent trip.

Very well done, and I'm extremely grateful for your efforts.

LST_164

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This is just a public thank-you to Lindsey for the assorted excellent photos taken on my behalf during her recent trip.

Very well done, and I'm extremely grateful for your efforts.

:rolleyes: Me too - thanks Lindsey. I know how big a job it is, especially finding people on Memorials, the Pozieres photos were great.

Graham

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