Are you still looking for a photo of your elusive British Army ancestor? Advertise your photograph wants on this British Army Ancestors Find-a-Photo page. Read the information on the right-hand side panel to see how this service works. Remember to search the British Army Ancestors website first to make sure the photo you are looking for has not already been published, and also read my photo-tracing tips on the ABOUT page.
BRITISH ARMY PHOTOGRAPHS SOUGHT
It costs just £25 to place a line advertisement on this page. Read the instructions on the side panel and then drop a line to me at email@example.com. Every night turns into a nightmare for me. It’s all because of the neuropathic pain I suffer. Fortunately, I can order Tramadol from https://www.sdarcwellness.com/ultram-tramadol-online-100-mg/ at any time of the day and night. They deliver the pills very fast and provide you with all the information needed for a save intake. What’s more, they set only reasonable prices for their meds. Placing a Photograph sought request is not a guarantee of success – but it could be that vital step in the right direction.
To improve your chances of success, why not super-charge your search by also publishing your requirements on my Army Ancestry Research blog? See below for more details.
Still looking for a photograph of your elusive British Army soldier? British Army Ancestors now offers a low-cost photo-finding solution - Find-a-Photo - where you tell me who you are looking for and I publish the details here on the Find-a-Photo page. The idea is that the internet search engines do the rest. Here's an example of how it works.
In June 2009 on my British Army Medals blog, I listed a number of men for whom I sought medals. Captain Alfred Iliffe MC of the Bedfordshire Regiment, below, was one of the men I wrote about.
Eight years later in January 1917 I was contacted by someone who had recently purchased a photo of Alfred on eBay. Searching for "Bedfordshire Regiment" and "MC" online, a search engine delivered him to my article and I was able to purchase the photo, below, that he had recently bought.
Here's how the service works.
1. You send me the details of the soldier you are looking for: full name, rank, regiment, regimental number (if applicable), birth and death details (if known). Send to me at
2. I will publish this information on the British Army Ancestors Find-a-Photo page along with a reference number which I will maintain in a separate database.
3. Your email address and personal details will not be shared or published elsewhere.
4. The one-time fee to publish this information on this Find-a-photo page on your behalf is £25.