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|I am part of a project to research the history, "residents" and eventually to record all inscriptions in Gravesend Cemetery, Kent. I am happy to take photo requests for this cemetery as I am a frequent visitor there. I am always interested to hear from anyone with any information about interesting people buried there, (they certainly don't have to be "famous"!)|
I am always willing to transfer ownership of my memorials to relatives.
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|David Brewer||RE: Richard Brewer|
Thank you, James, for all your help. I have managed to find the church's email address and have sent them an email. I will let you know what transpires if you are interested.
Thanks again. David
|David Brewer||RE: Richard Brewer|
That memorial relief is not on their site. Is there a way to communicate with the Church? I've tried to find an email address to the church and there is nothing.
I've been to England twice in my life, long before I started building my family tree. I'm 73 now. I wish I had been more inquisitive back then. Getting close to finishing the tree, though!
I really wonder if going back is as exciting as it seems? I guess everyone wonders where they came from at some point in their life.
Thank you for the photo and being a caretaker of all the family's history related to St Peter Churchyard.
|David Brewer||Richard Brewer|
Dear JS, I live in the U.S. and am doing our family tree. I've been able to go back to Thomas Brewer b.1475, his son Richard, Sr. b. 1506. He had a son Richard b. 1554.
You posted a memorial that hangs in the Nave of St. Peter ad vincula Churchyard in Ditton, Kent, England. I tried to enlarge it in Photoshop and could make out the name .....Brewer, but that's about it. I was wondering if you had a larger version of the picture where you could read the inscription? It would be a wonderful piece of documentation that could become a part of the Family Tree.
Thank you in advance for any help.
|Karin B ||RE: Windsor Cemetery|
Find A Grave Memorial# 38255867
Added by Karin B on Jun 12, 2013 6:47 AM
|Karin B ||Windsor Cemetery|
My father and many of his family are buried in this cemetery (Wilfred Horace Barnett etc.) and as children he and his siblings used to play there. They were always fascinated by Clara Huntingdon and called her their Princess. Well I did a lot of research on her for them and have photos etc that I would like to add to her profile. Could you transfer her to me to edit please.
Added by Karin B on Jun 10, 2013 2:11 AM
|Tammy Cornett||RE: Sorry|
Sorry I found out they are not burried in Ditton instead Farnworth im trying to find the Ip address thanks for your help sorry to bother you. Cheers and God Bless!
|Tammy Cornett||RE: Ditton cemetry|
Thats ok im actually going that way do you know an IP address or directions im having troubles finding the place. :(
Thank you, Tammy cornett
|Tammy Cornett||Ditton cemetry|
I am looking for the headstone for my 9th great grandpa. His name is Thomas Rathbone died Feb, 7 1654 in Ditton and is described in his will as "Shoemaker, of the Hough Green, Ditton. Would you be so kind in to checking for him there if you get a chance, please? Thank you very much, Tammy Cornett
|Trudi||RE: Names of those who died in Bramhope tunnel|
Received your email, and the photos opened perfectly. Thanks again for your help, and please tell your friend thank you for me, also.
Added by Trudi on May 10, 2013 5:44 PM
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