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If you have a photograph or image that you would like us to add to the site, please scan the image and Email it to us, we will then add the photograph to the relevant cemetery page. (Please note that due to the large number of submissions we receive and to provide a quicker, more efficient service, all submissions are now being added to the relevant cemetery/memorial page only).


Please note: We are also happy to include dedications without a photo, please email your dedication with the casualty details and we will add it to the our dedications page


If you are submitting photos of cemeteries or memorials, please try and send them no larger than 640JPEGS, we can usually reduce photographs and images, so don't worry if the image is larger than that stated.

In order to help us, please include as much information as possible, such as Rank, number, name, regiment, cemetery, date of death and age wherever possible.

Once added to the page your photograph will look similar to the one below, depending on format.

59280 Private

George P. Dupuis

21st Bn. Canadian Infantry, (Eastern Ontario Regiment).


Plot I. N. 3.

This soldiers death is recorded in the book "A Rifleman goes to war"

Picture courtesy of Randy Byers, great nephew of this soldier.



Any other information can also be added to the page, as seen below, you will, of course, be credited on the page.


19790 Gunner

John (Jack) Edward Griffiths

8th Bde. Australian Field Artillery. 08/10/1918, aged 27.

Plot I. B. 11.

Son of Florence Ellen Preedy (formerly Griffiths), of 83, Albert Avenue, Maindee, Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales, and the late James Griffiths.

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My Mother's cousin John (Jack) Edward Griffiths enlisted in the A.I.F. in Western Australia although he was English and only there on holiday.

He joined A.I.F. 8th Bde. A.F.A. 29-9-1915. That was later crossed out on his papers and changed to 20th Battery on 6-10-1915. He then became a Gunner in the 30th Battery 01-04-1916. My Grandparents live 104 miles out of Kalgoorlie in the bush, Jack became the mail man for the area and travelled long distances. For a man he had beautiful handwriting and although he never married he was engaged to a lady in Melbourne, Victoria, when he died.


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