Category Archives: Cemeteries & Memorials

A Stranger in a Strange Land

This quote is taken from a report by the Seamen’s Institute about their cemetery plot in The Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn. Buried there are nine men commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. There are four other casualties of the First World War buried elsewhere in that cemetery. All of their stories are now complete and you can read them by following the links on this piece about the cemetery that appears on The Sacrifice Blog. A Stranger in a Strange Land

The Seamen's Church Institute Plot, The Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn

The Seamen’s Church Institute Plot, The Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn

Remembrance Day 2015 – Laurel Grove South Cemetery, Savannah

I’m very pleased that a member of the Canadian contingent at Fort Gordon, Georgia, discovered the the story about Private James Stewart on the Sacrifice project. On 11 November 2015 they conducted an act of remembrance at his grave.The grave of Private James Stewart, 11 November 2015

Corporal Allan Gudlaugson organised the event and I must say thank you to Marie-Carole Gallien for telling me about the event and for her super photos.