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I live in the North Yorkshire area of the UK and am happy to photo volunteer in my area|
I do work full time but will update and changes and corrections daily if I can. I am currently transcribing burial records for my local area. I also 'mow the rows' of local churches and am in the process of uploading the photos for these also
I am fascinated by local history and have found some wonderful stories on my travels as well as some very poignant ones
If you have any changes that need to be made to any of the memorials I am adding then please go through the correct Suggest a Correction format so I can process them easier - thank you
If anyone wants to use any of the gravestone images I have added for their personal use, please do so. I don't need contacting about permission and if any of the memorials that I have created are family or friends and you would like to manage them then please ask. I'm more than happy to transfer
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|E Jenkins||James Bromley|
Wonderful work, thank you!!!
Concerning James Bromley memorial # 115675771
Is there any chance you made note of what was written on the stone?
Is the bottom noting a Henry Bromley readable?
|Eric||St. Petroc ChurchYard Tombstones|
Thanks for all the photos. I was trying to transcribe one that is a diamond shape inscribed " In Loving Memory of William Wymand __Amley"
The issue is that the 1st letter of nearly everything is missing and so it's not transcribable (at least not accurately) . Sorry
Added by Eric on Aug 23, 2016 10:25 AM
|Laura Schneider||Susan & Robert Smithson|
I would really love to be able to see what it says on your photo for these people... The image is a grainy and it would really help my search to know what it says.
Thank you for any assistance you are able to provide.
Susan Smithson (____ - 1865)*
Holy Trinity Churchyard
York Unitary Authority
North Yorkshire, England
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Created by: AradiaB
Record added: Aug 01, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 133639440
|Todd Whitesides||Peter Bolt|
You are amazing. Thank you. I appreciate all your photos!
|margaret harrison||BELL FAMILY|
Hello, I notice that you photograph gravestones from St Olave's York. I wonder if you would be so kind as to photograph the memorial already transcribed of Mary Bell d 1837, George 1853 & John 1854 (all on one gravestone).
I am happy to share the info. I have on this family of curriers in Marygate.
With many thanks,
|Martin Douglas Packer||John Graham|
Thanks for the improved image of his memorial; I have just shared it with Darwin's leading biographer Janet Browne of Harvard University, US.
Both Margaret and John have been moved
Thank you for your help
Added by Mad on Sep 20, 2015 1:01 PM
If you read the church bio you will find that she and husband Sir John Stapleton are in the correct place.
Added by Mad on Sep 19, 2015 5:00 PM
|redvixen||Regarding Margaret Thistlethwaite Cudworth|
Thank you for contacting me! I would love to take over her memorial (I've just never done that, so I'm not sure how to do it or what it entails). And if you manage to get a photo of her grave, or her husband William, I would very much appreciate it!! Thank you!
Added by redvixen on Aug 07, 2015 4:45 PM
|Robin Truitt||Elizabeth Conyers Photo Request|
Thank you for your time and effort, is appreciated.
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