|Julian Tansell (#46971431)|
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My name is Julian Tansell and I live in Worcester, England. I have been researching my family tree since 2000 with all the different spellings of it. Whether it's Tansell, Tansill, Tancell, Tancill, Tanzell, Tanzill etc. Headstones/monuments provide a lot of information for anyone researching their family tree. I have now started photographing not only headstones in my family tree, but any others that I can and I do some research on them before adding the memorial to make sure the information is correct as it can be. If you would like a photograph taken of a grave in Worcestershire and the surrounding area then please do feel free to contact me with as much information that you have.|
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hi my great grandmother was ellen Susannah knight was lardner and my great granddad was henry knight their children was frank knight /doris/henry he died in 1919 age 25/ aruthor/alice Beatrice /Nellie/Florence if my info matches your I would love to learn more if u have any thank sarah north was knight xxxxxx
|bgs||Helon Moseley Tansil Jones|
There is a Edward Tansil interred at a cemetery in Harrison County, Texas with a relationship to the subject name above. There is no marker for her but I have a note from a cemetery research person, who was a very credible person, who noted that Helon Tansil-Jones is buried with her father, Edward Tansil in the Forrest Rogers Dollahite Cemetery. It is a large stone and his is the oldest grave in the cemetery. I don't remember seeing her name on the marker but it is possible she is buried beside him and may be marked with a rock like a lot of others buried there. Helen was the sister of Patience Tansil-Rogers who is also buried there, along with most of her immediate family. Their father, Edward Tansil came for a visit, died and was buried here.
Added by bgs on Aug 31, 2015 8:36 PM
|Terry (Todd) Ferl||Grave of William Lygon #150647499|
I have just made this memorial for the 8th Earl Beauchamp (1903-1979); but, after much searching, I cannot determine whether he is also buried at Madresfield St. Mary's, as many of his ancestors are. I see you have made memorials for several Lycon family members buried there, such as his father William, the 7th Earl Beauchamp (#83725459). Would you be able to find out if his son the 8th Earl is buried there, too, and take a photo of his gravestone?
Many thanks in advance if you can help with this search.
Terry Ellen Ferl
Saint Louis, Missouri
|buttershap||year of birth|
Hi Julian, I notice you have posted year of birthfor many old stones. Do you have any evidence for them apart from subtracting age from year of death?
|darealjolo||RE: Ernest George Cooper|
if it was the one at Romford, it is probably in my vast library collection from at least ten years ago which I never got around to routinely add-I tend now to look for photo requests.
|Tina Lynn Hutchison||Alvarado Tansel Jr.|
Just notice I miss spelled Tansel in my earlier message. Sorry about that and there is quite a bit of information on his father and how the family came to Sparks,oklahoma
|Tina Lynn Hutchison||Alvarado Transel Jr. 1880-1943|
I could not find Alvarado head stone at White Dove Cemetery out side of Sparks, Oklahoma.
Checking into the cemetery records this week. I found a space where he might be buried at. Was able to find out about the Transel family. His father and mother was married in 1875.Mother was Amanda Clark, a native of Indiana, by whom four children were born; Louie Fox, E. Joy, Alvarado Jr., R.B.. The wife and mother died March 25,1882,and in 1884 Transel married Sophie Kunz, a native of New York City. By this union nine children were born. His father was the post Master of Sparks, Oklahoma.
|L Walton Matthews||Re: Memorial# 82296563|
Charles Walton was both my great-great-grandfather and my great-great-great-grandfather... and Annie May Walton was his granddaughter, and therefore William Walton's niece as opposed to his wife!
Her mother was Charlie's daughter, Bertha, who abandoned her as a baby to be raised by Aunty Sarah (she actually took in the illegitimate children of her other sisters and raised them, too). Bertha met and married a German national and emigrated over there, never to return - although she did write to Aunty Sarah until her death. Cousin May had severe learning difficulties/epilepsy and never married which is why she and the lovely, much adored Aunty Sarah (who also never married) are buried in Charlie's grave. We have no idea who Cousin May's father was.
Charlie was married to Emma, incidentally, who is not buried - to the best of my knowledge - in Bromyard, although my great-grandfather, their grandson, Francis Charles Edward Walton (son of Rose Walton), is buried within 500 yards of this grave with his wife. The Waltons farmed in Avenbury, by the old church, so I would imagine that Emma is buried somewhere there as she died prior to it's being closed for use. Other grandchildren/great-grandchildren of Charlie and Emma (through their daughter, Elizabeth who became a Powell and is buried in Swansea with her husband) are also buried in Bromyard - my grandfather, Ronald Charles Powell, my uncle Andrew Powell, and a few of my grandfather's siblings, for example.
|Sunshine||Yarnell or Yarnold|
I am looking for burial information on
William YARNELL or YARNOLD [1790--Sept. 1826]. He is said to be buried at "Lindridge Parish" in Lindridge, Worcestershire.
I searched "Lindridge" on Find A Grave and got St. Lawrence Churchyard.
Also searching for his granddaughters, Elizabeth [1846--1851] & Rebecca EVANS [1850--1851]. They died in Dudley, Worcestershire.
If you could help it would be appreciated,
Added by Sunshine on Dec 28, 2014 11:10 PM
|Neil Farmer||Lewis Bernard Pingree|
I saw the images you posted for Lewis Bernard Pingree (84109397). I have the same picture of Lewis and his wife at home. I didn't know who they were though. My grandfather, George William Farmer, worked for the Midlands newspaper and ran the Plough Inn in Lower Broadheath for years. He died in 1980. George was married to my grandmother, Beatrice May Pingree. She died in 1975. Lewis Bernard Pingree was Beatrice's father. He and his wife had 11 children. Are you related to them?
Atlanta, Georgia USA
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