Your Comments

Many people get in touch with us through the website via the comments box or  email.  Please feel free to get in touch.

If you have a relative who’s name you think should be added to the Memorial Wall please write to us and we will do what we can to assist you.

Here are some of the comments we have received:

 

Comment: “Excellent article about Owen and his family, thank you for the research and for uploading. A link will be added to the Imperial War Museum’s digital archive ‘Lives of the First World War’ and Owen will be remembered there, too.”
Submitted 20th November 2014.
By Adrienne Downes.

Comment:”Hi there,
I have Walter’s Death Plaque. This would have been given to his mother shortly after he had been killed.
Regards,Alan”
Submitted 20th November 2014
Alan Taylor re Walter Ford Wishart.

Comment: “So proud of this – thanks for doing a lovely job”
Submitted  14th November 2014.
By Katherine Antenay.

Comment:“What a lovely page in memory of Rodney Hugh Manley. Rodney was the brother of my Nan (Mary Ann Robinson) and in her belongings we found his ‘death penny’ along with other family mementoes. With special thoughts & appreciation on Armistice Day to all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice 100 years on from the start of World War 1.”

Submitted 11th November 2014.
By Leesa Valteris and Family.

Comment: “Thanks for finally writing about Alfred Ernest Good – Southampton Cenotaph -Loved it!”
Submitted 11th October 2014
On reading Alfred Ernest Good.

 

Comment:“Thanks for putting Alfred Le Marechal’s story on, ready for Remembrance Sunday, thanks very much, because he should be remembered”.
Submitted 28th October 2014.
By Liz Lucas – Alfred was her great uncle.

Comment:”I am Robert Carden’s grandson. My father’s parents both died when he was a child and none of his children (there are 5 of us) knew any of the other Cardens or anything about them really. Your research is excellent. When as children we visited Southampton we would go to the Cenotaph and see our grandfather’s name. It was near the bottom and I have been informed by my brother that it was one of the added names. Thank you.”
Submitted  16th October 2014
By Peter Carden Robert’s Grandson.

Comment: “I have been trying to find out so much about my step grandfather Charles before my uncle died who was his son Horace Mauger, Charles was taken to the hotel in Salcombe where he died, i see that Silvester was mentioned i think he must have been brother to Charles because I have a picture of him with words written to the effect “with best wishes from brother Silvie July 12th 1915″, my grandmother Fanny married again to George we were told that she had a dream about Silvester and she called my mother Sylvia, I want to thank Becky Lonergan for finding out things that i could never have found out I did know that there was Mollett in the name, once again thank you for this lovely research that you have done for my step father Best wishes, Hilary Maidment xx
Submitted 10th October 2014
By Hilary Maidment  – Charles Maidment was her step grandfather.

Comment: Appreciation to my father who informed me concerning this website, this blog is really remarkable.
Submitted 8th October 2014.
By Maris Q Danese.

Comment“Greetings from Los Angeles! I’m bored to death at work so I decided to browse your website on my iphone during lunch break. I enjoy the information you present here and can’t wait to take
a look when I get home. I’m surprised at how fast your blog loaded on my mobile.. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyways, fantastic blog!”
Submited 6th October 2014.
By Elijah.

Comment:“I am genuinely pleased to glance at this webpage posts which includes tons of valuable data, thanks for providing such data.”
Submitted 8th September 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment:“Wonderful work! That is the kind of information that are meant to be shared across the net.”
Submitted 8th September 2014
A member of the public.

Comment “Very nice blog post. I absolutely appreciate this website. Stick with it!”
Submitted 8th September 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment:”My daughter Sharon printed this story for me, William Xavier is my father, it is really great to read this, my father never talked about this, or his family much, thank you for your research”.
Submitted 3rd September 2014 by Kevin Brownrigg – William’s son – Thomas was his  uncle.
Reading Thomas Brownrigg’s story.

Comment:“My sister Sharon Rutter sent me this link on the 31st August,an amazing story in such awful times with such a sad ending,we owe so much to men like this. My father is Kevin Brownrigg,William Xavier is his father. So far as I know I am the last remaining Brownrigg in the family tree”.
Submitted 1st September 2014.
Martin Richard Brownrigg is Thomas Brownrigg’s great grandson – Martin’s father is Kevin son of William who in turn was son of Thomas Brownrigg.

Comment:“Just been reading this, so interesting, William Xavier is my grandad, dad never told me any of this!”
Submitted 31st August 2014.
Sharon Rutter is Thomas Brownrigg’s great granddaughter – William was Thomas’s son.

Comment: “WOW THANKS Becky, I think Frank was my great grandad.”
Submitted 20th August 2014.
By Paul Maffey after reading the story of Percy George Maffy.  Percy was great uncle of Paul Maffey – Frank was Percy’s brother.

Comment: “Thank you very much for your response, I must say that you have done a wonderful job on my uncle’s history and much in excess of what I provided, although I didn’t want to unduly overburden you with the detail you have subsequently acquired, many thanks for your input.”
Submitted 27th August 2014.
Peter Ford,  nephew of Alfred Marnie Ford.

Comment: “Hello, just wanted to mention, I enjoyed this blog post. It was practical. Keep on posting!”
It was practical. Keep on posting!
Submitted 27th August 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment: “I need to to thank you for this excellent read!! I absolutely loved every little bit of it. I have you book-marked
Submitted 27th August 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment:  “Pretty! This was a really wonderful post. Thanks for supplying this information”.
Submitted  23rd August 2014.
A member of the public

Comment: “Thanks you for the insights provided here, good work.”
Submitted 16th August 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment: “I think the admin of this web site is truly working hard in support of his website, for the reason that here every stuff is quality based information.”
Submitted 14th August 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment: “Great blog! I like it a lot!”
Submitted 12th August 2014.
A member of the public.

Comment: “Thank you very much it was lovely to see something for him – he was so young. I think my father had the photo of his grave at the camp – if he still has it, will send copy. Thank you again.”
Submitted  4th August  2014.
Charles New was her great uncle.

Comment:  “My late grandmother (nee Fryatt) had 28 Grandchildren, most of whom still live in Southampton.  In 2007, my late aunt Doris presented a plaque and photograph of Charles to Freemantle school, that was followed by a dinner. The Southampton Echo printed a story regarding this.  Doris, my mother’s sister, died in her nineties.  Charles was the brother of my grandmother’s father. Regards”.
Submitted 3rd August 2014.
Tony Gray.

Comment: “If you are going for best contents, like me, simply pay a visit to this site daily since it offers quality contents, thanks“.
Submitted 28th July 2014.
A member of the public reading Albert Edward Williams.

Comment: “I constantly spend my half an hour to read this website’s articles or reviews all the time along with a cup of coffee.”
Submitted 28th July 2014.
A member of the public reading Frederick John Cotton.

Comment:  “I was more than happy to discover this page. I wanted to thank you for your time just for this wonderful read!! I definitely enjoyed every part of it and I have you book-marked to look at new stuff in your site.”
Submitted 20th July 2014.
A member of the public reading the website.

Comment:  “Oh my goodness! Awesome article dude! Thanks, However I am going through troubles with your RSS. I don’t understand why I am unable to subscribe to it. Is there anyone else getting identical RSS issues? Anyone that knows the answer will you kindly respond? Thanks!!”
Submitted 20th July 2014.
A member of the public reading the website.

Comment: “OMG – This is amazing – This was my great Uncle – I can’t believe someone has gone to all the trouble of collating this information – Thank you. Becca Galbraith”.
Submitted 20th July 2014.
By Becca Galbraith – re Thomas Brownrigg

Comment:  “Thomas Brownrigg was my uncle. My father, William Xavier Brownrigg, used to say that Tom was his favourite brother. My father died in 1964. I am thrilled to have all the above information which my daughter, Rebecca Galbraith has sent me.”
Submitted 20th July 2014.
By Diana Dixon re Thomas Brownrigg

Comment: “Great post. I used to be checking constantly this blog and I am inspired! Very useful info specifically the final part.  I deal with such information a lot. I was seeking this certain information for a long time. Thank you and good luck”.
Submitted 13th July 2014
By a member off the public reading the timeline.

Comment:  “Thank you a lot for sharing this with all of us you actually recognise what you are speaking about!”
Submitted 11th July 2014.
By a member of the public reading Charles Agernon Fryatt

Comment:  Good day! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and tell you I truly enjoy reading your posts.  Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that go over the same subject?”
Submitted 6th July 2014.
By a member of the public.

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Submitted 6th July 2014.
By a member of the public viewing the W.W.1 Timeline.

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Submitted 6th July 2014.
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Submitted 5th July 2014.
By a member of the public.

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Submitted 17th June 2014.
By a member of the public after reading Sylvester Manger.

Comment / enquiry:  Syd Hockey from Hedge End contacted us in order to get the names of two family members, both killed in World War II, placed on the Memorial Wall.  Following advice received from us Syd is now proceeding with his enquiry and the names of Roy Kenneth Farmer and Anthony Victor Read will be etched onto the Memorial Wall in time for this year’s Remembrance Service.  Syd has thanked us for our help.
June 2014
Syd Hockey.

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Submitted 11th June 2014.
By a member of the public

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Submitted 10th June 2014.
By a member of the public.

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Submitted 10th June
A member of the public after reading Wilhemina Burton.

Comment:  “I do not even know how I ended up here, but I this post was great. I don’t know who you are but certainly you’re going to a famous blogger if aren’t already 😉 Cheers!”
Submitted 10th June 2014.
By  member of the public.

Comment:  “Thanks for sharing your info. I truly appreciate your efforts and I will be waiting for your next post thanks once again”.
Submitted 8th June 2014.
From a member of the public after reading Henry Stride.

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Submitted 7th June 2014.
By a member of the public reading  Owen Thomas Peckham.

Comment:  “Wow, this article is good, my younger sister is analyzing such things, therefore I am going to inform her.”
Submitted 7th June 2014.
By a member of the public reading  Charles Herbert Collett.

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Submitted 5th June 2014.
From Pam Mold, Granddaughter of Wilfred Loveday Hales.

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Submitted 3rd June 2014.
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Submitted 3rd June 2014.
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Submitted 2nd June 2014.
A member of the public after reading James Alfred Ploughman.

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Submitted 1st June 2014
A member of the public after reading Archibald Henry Candy.

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Submitted 29th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 27th May 2014.
From a member of the public viewing  Henry John Cotton.

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Submitted 21st May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 21st May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 20th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 19th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 17th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 16th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 16th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 16th May 2014.
From a member of the public reading Arthur Beaumont Goddard Twyford Chamberlain.

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Submitted 10th May 2014.
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Submitted  10th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 8th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

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Submitted 8th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “Hello from United States! This was a terrific post and I loved studying it“.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier Remembered: Reginald Charles Macey.
Comment:  “Great Post”.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Person Remembered: Wilhemina Burton
Comment:  “Kudos. Great post.”
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier remembered: Frank Snell.
Comment:  “Pretty! This was a really wonderful post. Thank you for supplying these details”.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “Thanks. Great post”.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier remembered: Henry Stride.
Comment:  “Nice. Educational”.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier remembered:  Frank Snell.
Comment:  ” This was a really wonderful post. Thank you for supplying these details.”
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier remembered: Harry Hawkins.
Comment:  “Brilliant record. The family are very grateful . So interesting. Thank you “.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From Jean Featherstone – Harry was her mother’s first husband.

Soldier remembered: Harry Hawkins.
Comment:  “I have just been reading the Harry Hawkins write up that you have researched and documented with the help of my Mum, Jean Featherstone.  Just a quick email to say that as an ex Headteacher and history teacher I think the whole project is fantastic and a great credit to the group who are putting it together.  The Harry Hawkins write up is wonderful and our family, and especially Mum who has put so much into family history research, are very pleased and proud that this is now recorded on the Cenotaph site.  Thank you for your tremendous efforts on this and for the education and information of generations to come”.
Submitted 5th May 2014.
From Mike Featherstone – On behalf of Harry’s Family

Soldier Remembered: John Charles Bucknill
Comment:  “Agree with you! Epic point of view.”
Submitted 3rd May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier Remembered: Henry George Noyce.
Comment:  “Truly appreciated scanning this post”.
Submitted 3rd May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “Terrific. That was super insightful. Just wanted to say thanks. Looking forward to the next piece of work. ( Please post quicker ha-ha)”.
Submitted 3rd May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier Remembered: William Henry Dack.
Comment:  “Thanks again with this post”
Submitted 3rd May 2014.
From a member of the public.

Soldier remembered: Albert (Bertie) Brewer
Comment:  “I am so pleased to have been able to help you tell Bert’s story.”
Submitted 27th March 2014.
From Janet Reed, great-niece.

Comments: Hello, I log on to your blog regularly. Your writing style is awesome, keep it up.
Submitted 26th March 2014
From a member of the public.

Soldier remembered:Charles Heather.
Comment:”Apart from my personal interest, I think you are doing a great job in adding personalities to the names on the Cenotaph,and I believe that it will be a very useful reference for anybody wishing to do family research in the future.
Submitted 25th March 2014.
From Mike Heather, son of Charles Heather.

Soldier remembered: Frederick Clifford Miller.
Comment: “The outcome of this has been very heartwarming and I am truly grateful it has come about at the end of my rather long life”.
Submitted 24th March 2014.
From Joan Shergold, Granddaughter.

Comment: I must thank you for the efforts you’ve put in writing this blog.I’m hoping to view the same high-grade content from you in the future as well. In truth, your creative writing abilities has inspired me to get my very own website now.
Submitted 23rd March 2014.
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “Wow, awesome blog layout! How long have you been blogging for?  You made blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is magnificent, as well as the content!”
Submitted 9th March 2014.
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “Hello, I want to subscribe for this weblog to get latest updates, thus where can I do it?  Please help out”.
Submitted 8th March 2014
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “I enjoy looking through a post that can make people think.  Also, thank you for allowing for me to comment!”
Submitted 8th March 2014
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “I don’t even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great. I do not know who you are but definitely you’re going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already.  Cheers!”
Submitted 7th March 2014
From a member of the public.

Comment:  “Good blog post. I definitely love this site. Continue the good work”.
Submitted 5th March 2014
From cameron_knaggs@bigstring.com

Soldier remembered:  Harry Strange
Comment:  “It sounds a great project”.
Submitted 25th February 2014
From:  Richard Townsend – BBC Senior Broadcast Journalist – Producer (Inside Out).

Soldier remembered:  James Munday
Comment:  “It
will be an honour to share his  details with you”.
Submitted 25th February 2014
From Jene, Great great-niece.

Soldier remembered: Harry Hawkins
Comment:  “Thanks for all you are doing”.
Submitted 18th February 2014
From Jean Featherstone (refer to comments above).

Soldier remembered:  Enos Southwell
Comment:  “Thanks for putting my contribution up on the website, I had been doing the research on Enos for a little time and was aware that he was mentioned on the memorial.  Thanks to you and all your colleagues for all the work you Guys have done in changing the way the memorial is perceived, from just a name carved in stone to a person. Regards”.
Submitted 11th February 2014
From Mike Yockney (father of a son who has done 1 tour of Iraq and 2 tours of Afghanistan).

Comment:  “You people are doing some great work, pleased that I maybe able to assist you with the WW2 Aircrew lost in your area.  So many War Memorials are admired as people walk by – many just looking at the ‘brickwork’, but they all have names, all have a story to tell, all leave a family behind”.
Submitted 8th February 2014
From Kelvin T Youngs,  www.aircrewremembered.com

Soldier remembered:  Bert Brewer
Comment:  “I was interested to visit your website after reading about it  in the Daily Echo on Monday.  I am trying to discover some of my family history, I was wondering if you could help me at all.  I would love to hear back from you if you have any information. Thank you for reading my email”.
Submitted 5th February 2014
From Janet Reed   great niece

Soldier remembered:  Arthur Rudge
Comment:  “I read the article in last night’s Echo and have information on my great uncle who is listed on the Cenotaph.  Should you come across any further information I would be grateful if you could pass it on to me.  Kind regards”.
Submitted 4th February 2014.
From Georgina Hunt great niece.

Soldier remembered: Edward Sibley
Comment:  “Thank you for the quick response, this is a truly wonderful project that you and your colleagues are embarking on — once again thank you for taking on this project – it is a wonderful opportunity for people to find out about the lives of the many young men who perished in the Great War”.
Submitted 19th January 2014.
From Nick Davis, USA on behalf of Edward’s family members.

Soldier remembered:  Arthur Jarvis
Comment:  “I think the work you are doing to ensure the names commemorated on the Cenotaph are not forgotten is great. I am interested in both local history and my own family history.  Best wishes”.
Submitted 9th January 2014
From Carol Masters, Great Niece

Soldier remembered:  Albert George Stagg
Comment:  “Very impressed with the researchers findings, there are a few contradictions within the text but I think these will remain because of the lack of full records. I do feel that you have done full justice to ‘Bert’ on the facts available and we have left a good verbal memorial to him (Albert George Stagg) for the information of future generations.  Kindest regards”.
Submitted 2nd December 2013
From Ted Shaw

5 responses to “Your Comments

  1. Mick Thompson

    Soldier remembered: 2Lt Alan Edward Frushard YOUNG

    Am trying to trace a memorial for Alan Young who died in WW1 on 25 July 1917 aged 19. He was born in St. Pauls, Southampton in 1897 (South Stoneham district).

    Mick Thompson

  2. Robin l Oliver

    Could you please tell me that the names of my two Uncles John Oliver and Louis Oliver both killed in 1917 in Belgium as to why their names are not listed on the Southampton Cenotaph. Yours Robin L Oliver

  3. Leslie Payne

    H.C. Payne’s name is on the Cenotaph and he is my Grandfather. He was a private in the 2nd Battalion, Hampshire regiment and died September 30, 1917. He is buried in the New British Cemetery, 4 row, E Grave number 15, 11 miles west of Cambrai France in the small village of Gouzeucourt.The Southampton Cenotaph has his name as Henry. C. Payne and this is where I started my interest in genealogy as a result of my first visit to the Cenotaph. . Both myself and also Debretts Company were unable to find his birth certificate until I obtained the birth certificate of my Aunt being the first born and the fathers name that was given was Cecil Norris Payne. His death certificate showed his age as 32 however he was just 33 at death by one month. Many hours were spent checking this at the main London Registry Office UK, so I’m 100% sure I have the correct birth certificate. For myself I would not like this name to be changed in anyway even if it could, it is just part of the story. Leslie Payne, Cambridge Ontario Canada.

    • Hi Leslie.
      I can tell you that your Grandfather’s name is on our list….his story is yet to be compiled.
      Your information will come in very useful.
      Mark Heritage

  4. Leslie Payne

    Hi Mark,
    Thank you for your reply, you guys are doing great work. Further information that I did not send. H. C. Payne’s regiment number was 203715 and an inquiry of the British Ministry, Hayes Middlesex did not produce any further information due to the loss of most of the records during WW2 His date of birth was October 16, 1884 at Regent Street, Bristol. My Grandmothers name was Nellie Francis Mary Ann Windebank.

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