|Helen Rineer (#47062386)|
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|Barbara Shaw||RE: Roger Bigod|
Sorry about the glitch, I think the photo of Thetford Priory ruins are now on the Roger Bigod page.
|Deb Rudy||Keefer Cem|
I FOUND Keefers! In local records, people who are listed as buried in the cemetery once known as Keefers, are actually found in the cemetery known as: Free Grace Brethren in Christ Church Cemetery.
From the Find A Grave cemetery description:
The cemetery can be found along the short stretch of Keefer Road which runs perpendicular to State Route 209. Keefer Road is found between Millersburg and Rife in Dauphin County, PA.
Since Free Grace Brethren cemetery is already on Find A Grave, and Keefers was a localized name no longer used--least others become confused by one cemetery with 2 names and enter dupes of graves in the 2 cemeteries-as happens so often on Find A Grave, I recommend that you move Christopher to Free Grace and have Find A Grave delete Keefers Cem that you created with his burial. Ask them to add this older name as an alternate name.
If you will put him in Free Grace, and write a new photo request, then I will go and look for his headstone. I am up that way several times a month.
Added by Deb Rudy on Oct 04, 2013 7:40 PM
|Barbette Dodds||RE: Matthew Family|
Thank you so much for the answer.
|Barbette Dodds||Matthew Family|
Do you have any information on
John Gloucs Matthew born about 1465 Croyden, Surrey, England. Died abt 1525 in England
Son of Thomas Matthew and Joan Matthew (Whamphan)
|AradiaB||RE: Percy and Neville|
My pleasure Helen. Ill try and get the others for you that you've requested if I can. Amanda
Added by AradiaB on Jul 20, 2013 1:37 AM
|julia&keld||RE: Oxenbrige request|
You are welcome.
I hoped you would find it useful.
This is the information from the church:
You may be disappointed to know that there does not appear to be any trace of a grave in the churchyard for Elizabeth Etchingham Oxenbridge, and that the church records in existence do not start until November 1559.
However, that is far from an end to the matter! At the end of the south aisle of the church is the Oxenbridge Chapel - now part of the Lady Chapel. In this chapel is a beautiful altar tomb with a full-length figure of Sir Goddard Oxenbridge, who died in 1531. The tomb was erected in 1537. On the front of the tomb are sculptured shields with the arms of Oxenbridge, Etchingham, Dacre and Fiennes - his two wives having been Elizabeth Etchingham and Anne Fiennes.
There is another altar-like tomb to a member of the same family, but without arms or date. The brasses have been torn away in the past, but the central one represented a female figure kneeling with a scroll proceeding from where mouth, and four shields, one on each corner of the slab.
There are also two brasses on the south wall of the Chapel. One shows an effigy of Anna Oxenbridge, 1493, and the remains of one of Robert Oxenbridge, Junr, 1487. It was formerly on the floor.
There is also a small brass to the memory of Margery and Katherine, daughters of Robert Oxenbregge.
Te east window of the chapel contains a stained glass shield containing the arms of Etchingham.
|Joanne Curran||Arnulf I|
Just wanted to say HI, we have the same 30th great grandfather
|SHARON MESSMER||ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS|
HI HELEN~~~I SAW WHERE ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS WAS ALSO YOUR 17TH GREAT GRANDFATHER,small world glad to know you. SHARON
|Kenneth Hampton Guinn||RE: HAMPTON|
I have gotten lost looking for Hampton ancestors. Do you show any of your Hamptons living on Ontario Canada ?
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