|A Beattie (#48024211)|
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I live in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I've been interested in genealogy for some years now but it's only really since the advent of the internet and steadily improving online information that I, and millions of others, have had the facility to get properly involved in the hobby. |
Scots death certificates do not generally record places of burial - saving some 19th. century certificates - so unless you have personal knowledge it can be difficult to discover that "last page" of a person's earthly life.
In an attempt to assist relations and researchers the monuments in GB I post will all include the full transcription of the text on the headstone and the names mentioned thereon will be joined in relationships as far as the FaG program allows - I don't want to just put up a list of names and dates of death except where there is no headstone and I'm referring from transcripts of burial records.
I have tried to link parents with children without assuming that the spouse of the father is bound to be the mother of the deceased child but this might not always be a rule I remember to keep.
Find A Grave is a very good resource for family historian and genealogical researcher alike. A resource all can benefit from and one to which all can contribute.
"Stop - passenger as you pass by
As you are now so once was I
As I am now so you must lie
Remember man that you must die."
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|Star||RE: Gartly Parish Cemetery|
aka Saint Andrews Cemetery at Kirkstile Thank you very much for your time and reply. Your message was very helpful. I will ask findagrave if they will merge Gartly Parish Cemetery and Saint Andrews Cemetery at Kirkstile .
Added by Star on May 09, 2014 8:25 AM
|cb4now||RE: Lawrence family|
I thank you again for the photo. I'm sure they're all related, have a great weekend :)
Added by cb4now on Mar 13, 2014 7:02 PM
I see you have taken photos at Huntly, I've sent photo requests for the other servicemen I've added buried in this cemetery.
No hurry at all, I didn't know know anyone was available for this cemetery, so glad you are.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Added by Jill on Nov 22, 2013 5:23 PM
|Jill||Pvt James McKinzie|
I have added the cemetery marker inscription you provided for Pvt McKinzie in Huntly Cemetery.
Thank you for the information.
I'd be glad to add anything further you may find.
Added by Jill on Nov 22, 2013 5:06 PM
Will be attending this grave location for your photo request @ Bronte NSW over the 2013 Christmas period have a relative also here.
Will upload it if i can obtain around the 10th Jan 2014 when i return.
PS since i have scot lineage ( Lockhart) your request is met..haha
Added by GaryA on Nov 14, 2013 6:15 PM
|Van der Straeten||Benoit Buslot Belgium|
thank you for the pictures.
|Rhonda Ross||RE: Yule family|
I will have a look at that photo too, I was so surprised that I could not get to sleep last night, I really appreciate your contribution and hope to visit Aberdeen next year. It truly is a beautiful headstone.
Rhonda in Cairns Australia
|Rhonda Ross||Yule family|
What a wonderful surprise,thank you so much for the photos of the Yule family grave!
Rhonda in Australia
Thanks so much for these photos - they are fantastic to have and I can't wait to share them with the family. Your time and trouble is much apprieciated!
|Victoria Cullens||Alexander Jessiman|
Thanks so much for the MI for Alexander Jessiman (d.1864 and burried in Dunbennan Cemetery). He is my husband's G G Grandfather. I am sure of this because he was a joiner/carpenter on the GNSR. We are in New Zealand so - this is something that I couldn't otherwise find! Thanks again.
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