|Rick Cuthbert (#46784985)|
| || member for 8 years, 8 months, 16 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
My father began adding entries to the Flagler, CO cemetery a few years ago. He now rests there and I am continuing to add entries to my hometown cemetery, and ultimately I will be there too.|
|Messages left for Rick Cuthbert (53)||[Leave Message]|
|Chuck Schubert||Flagler Cemetery|
What a nice job you have done on the flagler Cemetery ion Colorado. Nice Job.
|Veterans Researcher||Lundie L. Sparks (1915-1945)|
Lt. Sparks was from Lamar County, Texas. He was the first husband of Ruby Dorsey Sparks Hollenbaugh who is also buried in the Flagler Cemetery. Here in Paris, Lamar Co., Tx. we are building a Veterans Memorial to honor the men from this area who served their country. Lt. Sparks will be on the Ring of Honor because he lost his life while in the service of his country. We would like to ask permission to use the photograph of his headstone as part of his biography at our website. (See Red River Valley Veterans Memorial www.rrvvm.com ). Please join us as we honor our veterans...
|Jan||RE: Verhoeff and Strode|
Thank you so much!
Added by Jan on Mar 13, 2013 3:18 PM
|Judy Billips Durham||Deb|
thank you for the memorial for Deb. It was good to see her photo. I wish I could have found her before she died.
An old friend,
|Tracy Anne||Cuthberts in Gargrave parish registers|
I have sent a message to Findagrave to correct the name etc of Gargrave Cemetery in Yorkshire; it should be called Saint Andrews Churchyard. I also provided a short history of the church, geogr locations and a photo. So hopefully that will get updated by the administrators at some point.
I looked at a transcript of St Andrews parish records and confirmed that your Henry & Ruth are buried in St Andrews Churchyard. They also have headstones so hopefully someone will fulfill your photo request for them. The records I looked at were transcripts prepared by the Wharfedale Family History Group.
Finally, I found some other records pertaining to Cuthberts in the Gargrave parish records. I don't know if they "belong" to your people, but I have listed them below in case you are interested. I have not added the burial records to Findagrave as I thought you might like to do that if they are "your people". I only found one Cuthbert baptism in the St Andrews records, so most of the these people must have been baptized elsewhere.
Hope this helps.
Cuthbert Burials (1813 to 1976) (Note that the death date likely differs from the burial date below)
25 January 1902 Henry Cuthbert, age 63 yrs of Gargrave
25 February 1905 William Henry Cuthbert, age 1 yr & 9 mos of Gargrave
1 November 1924 Ruth Cuthbert, age 82 yrs of Airwbank Terrace Gargrave
9 March 1939 Sarah Ann Cuthbert, age 65 yrs of Sherphaw View Gargrave
10 January 1956 Ronald Cuthbert, age 46 yrs of 4 Smithycroft Rd Gargrave
29 December 1956 Richard Cuthbert, age 87 yrs of 9 Sharphaw View Gargrave
6 July 1966 Mary Jane Cuthbert, age 91 of 126 Whetley Rd Bradford
Memorial inscriptions from headstones in St Andrews Churchyard:
Tristram Cuthbert 15 November 1955 age 80 yr cremated hus of Mary Jane *
Mary Jane Cuthbert 1 July 1966 age 91 yr, w of Tristram*
James Crosthwaite 30 May 1924 age 75 yr, father of Mary Jane*
* Note: all three appear above to be on the same memorial, but there is no burial record for Tristram Cuthbert in St Andrews churchyard, suggesting that he may be buried elsewhere.
Ronald Cuthbert b 1910 d 1957 hus of Elsie Blanche
Elsie Blanche Cuthbert 1913-1986 w of Ronald Cuthbert
Henry Cuthbert 22 January 1902, age 63 yrs, h of Ruth
Ruth Cuthbert 29 October 1924, age 82 yrs, w of Henry
Cuthbert Baptisms (1813 to 1946):
1 Sept 1940 Diana d of Tristram Cuthbert & Edith Burnet Field laboratory assistant of Gargrave b 18 July 1940.
No Cuthbert marriages (1754 to 1931)
|Tracy Anne||RE: Gargrave|
No sorry I am in Canada but I have sent away for the parish church burial records which should answer whether they are buried in the churchyard. I have visited the St Andrews churchyard cemetery but didn't have time to photograph all of the headstones. However, the records I have requested also include monument inscriptions for the churchyard. So, I should be able to tell you if Harry and Ruth have headstones there. I'll touch base with you again once the records arrive.
|Tracy Anne||RE: Gargrave cemetery|
Ok thanks for your reply.
I will check some parish records to see if Harry and Ruth's burials in St Andrews are listed. I'll let you know what I find out and won't do anything about renaming the cemetery listing for now.
Thank you so much for transferring the Lomas family to me. I'll work hard at getting them all linked and updated with photos and obituaries.
Added by Jackie on Oct 28, 2012 10:52 PM
Thank you so much for the transfer it is greatly appreciated.
I stand corrected! You were absolutely correct - I have them correctly in my records, I was just misreading them and jumping to conclusions! My bad - and my apologies!
Added by Jan on Jul 10, 2012 2:40 PM
|[View all messages...]|