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Remembered Today:

Hardwood Hill Cemetery, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia


GrahamC

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Hi pals

Ever the optimist - I am wondering if anyone could take a photo of a grave in this Cemetery - yeah I know, but I still believe in Santa Claus!

:poppy: S.M.R. C. W. PERKIN died at sea of influenza on 11 Oct. 1918 and was buried on the 14th. He now lies, probably forgotten, in Hardwood Hill Cemetery, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in Grave Range A, Division 18, Lot 25,

As I said, obviously a very long shot - but you never know with this wonderful Forum.

Thanks for looking

Graham

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How soon do you want the photo? Nova Scotia is on my bucket list of places to be visited.

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Hi

My website of Buxton War Memorial is nearing completion - after about 5 years - and would like the picture to put on the relevant page - so as soon as poss - whenever that happens to be.

I have recently returned from the top spot on my bucket list - I have wanted to go Hawaii since I was 12 years old and made it last month, some 50+++ years on - so good luck with Nova Scotia.

Cheers

Graham

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