THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper

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A selection from more very kind comments we have received:

“The Dover War Memorial Project is one of the very best, if not the best, projects that Dover have ever had. It has united families and done so much for our town and I know this will go on for many more years”

“You have been very kind in helping with this matter. Once again, thank you so much. It really was appreciated”

“I appreciate so much, the work involved in setting all this up and all the work you and the other volunteers put in behind the scenes. Thank you again”

“I must also congratulate you on your Dover War Memorial Project website which is eye-catching and informative. I hope that you will all keep up the good work as it is much appreciated! ”

“I learnt who was my great great granddad because of all your hard works and commitment. Thank you so much. This has altered my life in ways that can't be measured and helped to heal long old wounds in my family”

“Thank you so much for your time and detailed response. I am most grateful for your information and wish you all the best”

“The Dover War Memorial Project is most impressive, and I can see why you would wish to have the information preserved”

“You’re a gem! ”

“I`ve been scouring your web site this evening, very impressive”

“Thank-you from all of us Canadians and especially from us two for your hospitality and warm and welcoming friendship”

“The Dover War Memorial Project is a wonderful memorial with so much information! I read a lot of the "Memories". The photograph on your Home page is particularly beautiful. Excellent newsletter too”

“You are an angel Maggie! Thank you so much for all your help”

“My aunt enjoyed your visit so much and talked about how nice you were and how much she enjoyed herself for weeks after. We both greatly appreciated all the help you gave in trying to find out more about her father/my grandfather. We were both overjoyed to find out (he’s going on the memorial”

“I came across your brilliant website whilst searching for the Duke of York Military school casualties of first world war soldiers, of which my great great uncle was one. Thanks for taking the time to set this up. Appreciate it”

“Your website is excellent!”

“I just got your disc of the photos that Simon took; fantastic! Thank you very much. You have performed a minor miracle there Simon, thank you”

“I admire what the DWMP does and any help I can give I will”

“It was a wonderful day. We met some lovely people and thay made so welcome Without your help it would not have happened. So, dear Maggie, with all my hart thank you. God bless”

“It was divine intervention that led me to you, as i had tried for months day after day and each time it came back blank. Then one day, dear Maggie, ,i made that phone call to you and it all began”

“What a brilliant site, you can feel the dedication and emotion flowing out as soon as you log on. You and your team should be very proud of the work and time you spend doing this”

“May I congratulate you both on your brilliant Dover War Memorial Project which I've found both informative and fascinating. It's also been an inspiration for me and one that I hope to emulate in my long-term project to record all those who paid the supreme sacrifice from my home town”

”A very impressive site you have there

”I am the great nephew of this person, and I would like to thank you for this excellent project which you have undertaken”

“Thanks to your project, I've been able to find out where my grandfather and great uncle are buried, ll the best to your fantastic project”

“Many thanks for the lovely disk of photos that arrived today. Your photographer, Simon, captured the event well and it was a privilege to parade beside some very brave and be-medalled men and women”

“I was looking at our family history and popped into google the name of an uncle who died during the WW2. Up popped your project with his name, leading me to the place where he is buried abroad! Many thanks for all your hard work”

“What a splendid newsletter you have put together. We were delighted to receive”

“Could I just say what a cracking site you have established; I can't begin to think of the time and effort you have put in. Thank you”

”I wanted to thank you and Simon as well for your tremendous dedication to the project. It really is your "baby", and I'm only happy to have played a part in it. You are a star!”

”I have read the e-newsletter and I must admit that I was very impressed! What marvellous realisations and achievements the project has realised. And having Dame Vera Lynn as patron - impressive! You have planted seeds that will become trees of remembrance!”

“It was very encouraging to see the way the people of your community have remembered those who gave their lives to give us the privilege to wander around this planet in Freedom and Peace”

illustrations, from the collection at Dover Museum:
Air Raid Warden's Post Sign
Label from the Record Book of Castle Watch
"Bomb Alley" - Map of Flying Bomb Landings from Kent Messenger 15th September 1944

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updated 25thJanuary 2009

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updated 13th January 2010

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updated 29th January 2011

More Kind Remarks 5
updated 4th January 2012

More Kind Remarks 6
updated 11January 2013

Special Kind Remarks
Presentation of Unknown Warrior Window

More Kind Remarks 8
updated
11 February 2014

More Kind Remarks 9
updated
4 January 2015

More Kind Remarks 10
updated 3 January 2017

 
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