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Genealogy has been my hobby for 30 years or so and I feel it is really important to try and keep a photographic record of the wonderful headstones which are weathering away slowly, before they disappear completely. I feel quite strongly about the ones pre census records. Anyway, hope somebody finds them interesting, I do. PLEASE DO NOT RELY ON MY TRANSCRIPTIONS AS BEING COMPLETELY ACCURATE - I HAVE DONE MY BEST.|
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|sandy dye||Thak You|
Thank you for posting the headstone of my 3rd great grandparents William Tomlinson Hudson and Mary Hudson. My 86 year old grandmother was extremely happy to see it and amazed that I could find something like this on the computer
|Robin||Margaret Ann & Elizabeth Bather|
Thank you so much for publishing the gravestone of my great great aunts who are buried in Utley Cemetery, West Yorks..
Best wishes from Mexico
Added by Robin on May 27, 2013 10:00 AM
|Sharon Evans||Robert Evans, Jesmond Old Cemetery|
Hi, Robert is my husband's great x 2 grandfather.You beat me to it! We found this grave about a year ago in Jesmond Old Cemetery but I hadn't got round to posting it on FindAGrave. We had been to this cemetery on a previous visit as we were in possession of the relevant information from Newcastle Library but were unable to locate the grave. We thought the grave may have been relocated in the 1970s to make way for a new road. Since then the Friends Of Jesmond Old Cemetery have been busy and on a chance visit we found the grave. Thanks to both the Friends Of Jesmond Old Cemetery and yourself for posting it on FindAGrave. Regards, Sharon & Chris Evans
|Hugh Mason||John Edmondson|
Thankyou for posting pictures of the grave stone of my great-grandfather, John Edmondson, and his family
|wertypop||All Saints Churchyard Huntington|
Hi I hope I have not flooded you with to many Emails for Huntington?
Added by wertypop on Jan 13, 2013 3:29 AM
|Rhonda C. Poynter||Elizabeth Wade/Wade|
Hi, Are you related in any way to these folks? I am, very distantly - that's why I didn't ask for transfer...but I was wondering, as I am piecing stories, photos, etc. together, should I be asking for transfers since nobody else closer seems to be interested? I am sponsoring my pages as quickly as I can, as well, which seems to help, but I have enormous medical bills and so it completely depends on how the month is going with how many sponsorships I do...anyhow, I am finally making a little bit of headway with the Wades in our line, and am happy to share any info I have, if you need it, or am willing to hear any you might have in case I have missed something! Thank You, have a good weekend - Best, RCP and Gannon Blue
I would appreciate the transfer. Would you like me to send the request again vie the Edit option to make it easier? Just let me know.
Yes, I'd love to have a transfer of John & Nancy Riley's Memorial Pages to add information to them. Thank you! :)
|Harold R||Find A Grave Memorial# 50445107|
I have some additional information about this person.
Charles Brown born: 1793 in Machrimore, Southend, Kintyre, Scotland.
Died 16 March 1800 age 7 same location.
And for Find A Grave Memorial# 50445115.
Edward Brown: a list of his 11 children.
Harold R (#46870133)
Added by Harold R on Aug 03, 2012 10:53 AM
|Mary Kelly||Mary Robinson|
How did you come to the conclusion that Mary Robinson who died June 3, 1902 and is buried in St James Silsden, was married to William and where did you get the childrens names? I believe that this is my family and if so she was Mary nee Ickeringill who married James R Robinson.
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