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SDenton

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SDenton

I am part of a community group working on a commemoration of the 24 men in our village who died in the Great War. A villager has created special wooden plaques from a tree in the village which was alive 100 years ago (see attached) and other villagers have just returned from England, France and Belgium where they managed to place, most of the 24. We are still seeking someone who would be prepared to visit the Soupir Communal Cemetery, Aisne, France to place the last plaque.

 

If there is anybody out there who is planning on visiting this cemetery and would be prepared to take a plaque and take photographs and/or video that would be much appreciated. Thank You

 

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France Belgium 1918 140.jpg

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Michelle Young

Hello and welcome. Have  you tried here?

 

http://www.britishwargraves.co.uk/page15.htm

 

Michelle 

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SDenton

Many thanks Michelle for the information. I am seeking someone who may be visiting the graves/memorials and would be prepared to one or more of our specially made wooden plaques with them.

 

Kind regards

 

Denton

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