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Thursday, January 20, 2011

In Memory of Reg.#5426, Corps Sergeant Major G. F. Griffin

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In Memory of Reg.#5426,
Corps Sergeant Major G. F. Griffin

'Friends Not Forgotten'

This interesting inquiry of an international sort about CSM Griffin was received today.

'Dear Sir,

I was delighted to discover your website because I'm trying to trace my family history. My parents once told me that a G. F. Griffin was connected to the family in some way and that his name appears as an advisor to the film Northwest Mounted Police. He was known to my parents and grandparents as 'Uncle Tim'.

I note from your records that he was born at sea near Liverpool, England. Liverpool is the city in England where my deceased parents and Grandparents lived.

To see a photograph of his grave stone is really heart warming. I would be really grateful if you were able to put me in touch with somebody who may have more information about Uncle Tim.'

Kind Regards.

Phil Lawrenson
Herefordshire England
[mailto:lawrensonphil@yahoo.co.uk]

*A note of reply has been sent to Mr. Lawrenson

'Maintain Our Memories'

J. J. Healy
Reg.#23685

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Dear Friends,

Thank you for your note. Please be assured that I will reply, but some e-mails require a little more research and time or reflection. If your comment hinges on policy for graves, the e-mail may have to be referred to the RCMP for an authoritative response.

*You may check this blog for your e-mail as well as my reply.
Yours truly,

BuffaloJoe
Reg.#23685