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Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Location
Hillbank, Sth Australia
From
Australia
Have just been looking at this site for a relative who died in WW1. Don't know if any of you know the site already. It can give service numbers, regiments, cemetary names & grave locations.
A printable certificate can be generated if you make a match.
The site is

www.cwgc.org

could be worth a try for some
 
I've found this site very useful, and should definitely be the first place to look for anyone trying to find out about relatives who died during either the Great War or WW2. It also has information about the cemetary/memorial where the individual is remembered.
 
Have just been looking at this site for a relative who died in WW1. Don't know if any of you know the site already. It can give service numbers, regiments, cemetary names & grave locations.
A printable certificate can be generated if you make a match.
The site is

www.cwgc.org

could be worth a try for some

pee wee
Many thanks for the link,a useful site to add to my favourites!
prefabkid
 
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