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:

We lose knowledge so easily and your project is a wonderful place to store and safeguard it.

Our school will be commemorating those lost in WWI this year. I am researching those who died. Many thanks to your web site for helping me research. I found it a most interesting site.

I discovered your website today whilst researching Dover's experience of World War One to teach my students. I have found it extremely interesting and useful. Thank you for taking the time to set this up.

I was pleased to come across your website while researching our local casualties. Well done!

I am thrilled that my relative is remembered in this way, and his memory kept alive; a direct result of the hard work by people like yourselves . Thank you so much.

My grandparents visited the grave some years after the war. They would be so pleased to know that his memory and all the others is kept alive today through the hard work of people like Maggie Knight.

Thank you again for all the hard work that obviously goes into the Dover Memorial Project; it has helped my family and I'm sure it will for many more to come.

The Projectís work is really impressive. You and your colleagues are doing a fantastic job. Keep up the good work.

Thank you for making this information available.

I canít thank you enough for this information. I'm really 'choked'. It is so kind of you to find this out - I am extremely grateful. Thank you very much Maggie for all your help and concern - it is truly appreciated.

I have naturally enough found my way to your brilliant project.

Thank you very much for your vast knowledge ÖI shall be visiting the memorial in France. Keep up the wonderful works.

I've really enjoyed reading through your website and think it's great.

Many thanks for the information regarding my uncle. Thank you, lovely lady.

Thank you for updating my uncle's entry in the Dover War Memorial Project. It all looks excellent and a nice memorial to my family. Thank you once again, and heart-felt thanks to Joyce.

Thank you for your informative reply, and thank you very much for all your good work.
I appreciate all you are doing for our not forgotten heroes, best wishes to you all.

Thank you so very much for your kind touching letter. Keep up your wonderful work.

Thank you very much, The entry for my uncle brought a lump to my throat and tears to my eyes...x

Thank you for helping my family find out what happened to my great-uncle in WWII. On Christmas Eve I was sitting with my Nan and she was telling the family how she never knew what happened to her brother. All they were told is that he was missing and that's all the information she had for over 60 years. I was thrilled to find your article about my great-uncle; I have typed it out and given it to my Nan. To say there were tears is an understatement! Thank you, you have made our family very happy and proud of my great-uncle. Thank you for all your hard work; it really does make a difference.

 

Kind Remarks

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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

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updated
11 February 2014

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4 January 2015

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updated 3 January 2017

 

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