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My Mom and Sister and I spend quite a lot of time taking/uploading photos and cemeteries for FindaGrave (on my Mom's account). We live in Central Ohio and try to concentrate on old graves of young wives and little children --- the people most often forgotten by the usual lists.|
As far as personal interest, I am an avid student of William Wilberforce and the "Clapham Sect". Lately, I've been researching the Eliot Family of Port Eliot in St. Germans. This has been really fun, and I've been working on adding their graves to FindaGrave (at first, I did this on my Mom's account --- then had to spend ages transferring them to myself!)
If anyone sees a memorial that they would like transferred, please, just ask! I only have a few very "special" memorials (most of them are in my virtual cemetery) which I'd like to keep. Also, I welcome any edits and/or additions.
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|Scooter T||CDR James Charles Pitt|
Hi, if all goes according to plan I will be in Falmouth, Antigua tomorrow to locate the marker for CDR Pitt and photograph it for you. Do you have any additional details as to the location of the cemetery? I believe it is the cemetery at St. Paul's Anglican Church? That is where I will start unless you have any additional information to share. I will also ask some of the local people if the need arises.
|David Neller||RE: St Mary the Virgin Church, Putney|
Hi Sarah. Thanks for moving the location marker for St Mary the Virgin Church, Putney. This will save confusion for anyone looking at St Mary's Churchyard in Battersea which is situated where you had your original marker. I hope this will now encourage others to post memorials to add to the seven you have posted. Regards from London
|David Neller||St Mary the Virgin Church, Putney|
Hi there. As you are the only contribor who has posted memorials at St Mary the Virgin Church, Putney I wonder if you created the church page. If so, could you please re-position its location marker to High Street, Putney (just south of the bridge) rather than in Battersea. The church was an important location during the English Civil War and people less familiar with the area may find it helpful to see its correct location.
More than happy to add the photographs. Job done I think.
Added by mynwent on May 29, 2013 7:52 AM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Elizabeth Greely "Lily" Merrill Millet|
Thanks so much for the article posted to her memorial. I appreciate your time in remembering her. Richard.
|julia&keld||RE: Re: Can't Make the Link|
no probs. will link then. Out of curiosity - is it in England?
|julia&keld||RE: St. Germans, Cornwall|
thanx for the nice words.
Cornwall is our favourite destination for the end of summer wherever we are in England. At the moment we work in the Middle East and plan to avoid England during the olympic crazyness in July-August.
You can post your request in the Forums, send details to us and try to contact the churchyard directly - sometimes you can meet wonderful helpful people who are not part of Find a grave community!
Sorry we cannot help, but if you send us the details of the memorials, we'll keep them handy just in case...
|julia&keld||RE: Barbara Wilberforce|
sorry for the delay with reply.
I do not think we have any pictures left not added from that church. However you cna try to contact the church directly and they can probably provide the pictures for you or at least confirm the grave location and then we can take a photo!