|Mike Berrell (#46835277)|
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I am a Fellow of the Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society and a member of the Society of Genealogists. I live near Stockport, Cheshire, England. I visit Manchester Central Library most weeks and can do look-ups there. I am also willing to visit cemeteries in the Greater Manchester area and take photographs of headstones, provided the grave number is known.|
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|tracey martin||RE: Common Grave|
How very sad!!!! Thank you so much for your offer of help, any tiny piece of information about Leonard will be a great help to me mike
|tracey martin||Common Grave|
I have just had a look at the burials website and now see what you mean by a common grave. What a disappointment and quite sad really. I was really hoping to find other family members written on a headstone along side Leonard Dace. My quest to find out more about him still continues...
Thank you again
|tracey martin||Leonard Michael Dace|
I received the message that my great grand uncles grave was a common grave. Please excuse my ignorance but what exactly is a common grave? Before my Dad passed away he told me he remembered coming over from Belfast to attend Leonards funeral but as he was only 10 years old he could not remember any details about the grave or funeral (very frustrating)
Thank you for your help
|Peter Whitehead||Grave Indexes|
Thank you for your message...much appreciated.
About a year go I visited Soouthern Cemetery with a friend who was looking for a grave. My friend decided to call in at the office at Southern Cemetery to ask if they could do a search for him and whilst there I asked about a grave myself. Anyway, cutting a long story short, I was told some of the burial indexes were transcribed wrongly. I believe thr burial indexes were sent abroad to be transcribed and uploaded to the Internet. true story this.
Thank and kind regards,
P.S. John Wood has been transcribed twice under L-C/E-641 and I-C/E-641...take a look. Also, my 2x great grandmother Ann Boon has been given 'I-C/E-641' when in fact she's in L-C/E-641
Thank you so much for the photos of the Carter grave. I have been researching the family for a while and it meant so much to my mum to see the headstone of where her Grandmother is buried.
Added by Kim on Apr 12, 2015 2:58 PM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of the area where Harriet Cornwell is buried.
|Bob Austin||Simeon Hughes|
Many thanks for the photos, Mike, they're much appreciated. Bob.
|sharon slack||ann burgess ( harding )|
Thank you for the photos and i have already been in touch with derek burgess. I do not know him but it is interesting to note that we share the same interest in the grave. Many thanks again it is very much appreciated. Sharon
|margaret williams||Frederick Jordon|
Dear Mike, I would just like to say thank you so much for the photo of the Headstone. It`s much appreciated and gives me a bit more information.
Best wishes Margaret.
|Peter Whitehead||Hannah Flowers Grave|
Sorry it's taken a long time coming back to you regarding Hannah Flowers grave.
I'm unable to give you more direction than that i've already given you. Like I said, I found the grave once, but didn't have my camera with me. On my return, for a 2nd visit, I was unable to find Hannah's grave. There were lots of leaves and I think these hindered my search...I did wish I had a brush in the back of my car lol.
Anyway Mike, thanks again for taking a look for me...much appreciated. I will go again in the summer and take another look myself.
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