This is a postcard which belonged to my grandfather, P. Carter. There are several soldiers, looking at the camera, walking. In the right corner, there's a poem written in German. In the left corner there is a flag and 2 women.
A woman is sitting on a white bench, with a railed back. She's holding a book. On her left is another image of a young woman, perhaps her.
This photo is of my grandfather, Peter Richard Carter, along with another soldier and a family my grandfather stayed with during WW1. This was taken in France, perhaps in Bethencourt sur Mer. There's my grandfather, another soldier, 2 girls, one boy, a woman, perhaps the children's mother, and an older woman, perhaps the grandmother. The photo is taken in front of a building, perhaps their home.
My grandfather, Peter Richard Carter, was in the Lord Strathcona's Horsemen, Canadian Reserve Cavalry Regiment, WW1. The picture is of Peter in uniform, a gentleman in street clothes and 2 Red Cross Nurses. The picture, a studio shot, is in postcard form and was taken at The Fancy Dress Studio, 49, Tottenham Court Road, London, w. This photo belonged to my grandfather.
This picture belonged to my Grandfather, Peter Richard Carter, and was taken in the Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada area. Peter was training at Camp Hughes, near Winnipeg, in the Lord Strathcona's Horseman, Canadian Reserve Cavalry Regiment, WW1.
This is a picture of Winnie Marshall, my grandfather, Peter Richard CARTER's cousin. The picture was taken in Tonbridge, England. I am looking for her and/or her family for genealogy purposes.
According to family, this is a picture of 2 of Peter Richard Carter's relatives. Peter was born in Canada in 1892 but his parents, James Alfred Carter and Emily Miller came to Canada in 1888. Peter is my grandfather.
Unknown relative of Peter R. Carter. This man is Peter's cousin. This man's mother is Annie Miller (maiden name)who was born about 1855 in Surrey, England. She married a French man and moved to Paris, France.