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"Hi Gary, I have spoken to my cousins and they are also interested. You can contact me on 0414212425. Thanks again Dorothy"
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Henry Alfred Cressy

"Love it. Henry was my Great Grand Uncle. He servered with his brother, my Great Grand Father Edward Brougham Cressy. Thanks Dorothy Cressy"
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At 7:51 on May 23, 2016, Gary Mitchell said…

Hi Dorothy,

I am not sure if you are receiving my emails regarding a Commemorative Service I will organise for the 19th July at Sandgate Cemetery, with you to be our special guest. I need to talk to you regarding arrangements to be made that need your approval. Please contact me at your earliest convenience.

Yours Truly,

Gary Mitchell.

At 20:42 on May 9, 2016, Gary Mitchell said…

Hi Dorothy,

I am Sandgate Cemetery's WW1 Researcher and I would like to discuss with you a commemorative service for Henry Alfred Cressy on the 19th July at Sandgate Cemetery. I have been placing white memorial crosses for 1st A.I.F. soldiers who fell during the Great War supplied to me from Morpeth Men's Shed where a memorial inscription has not been placed on the headstone, if a headstone exists at all. Henry's parents are buried in an unmarked grave at the cemetery, and I invite you to be with me when I place this cross to honour Henry's service and sacrifice 100 years ago.

Lest We Forget.

Yours Truly,

Gary Mitchell.

 
 
 

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