|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 Julian, sorry for late photo request had not noticed that you had managed to get grave marker number. All done now.
Added by lesley on Jun 15, 2016 12:57 PM
|Maggie Laity||RE: William Thomas Rushton|
You are welcome Julian, nearly missed finding the memorial it is on the side of a wall only saw it as i was going out.
|Robert McAllister||RE: William Percy Rixon|
My pleasure Julian.
Was he a relative of yours?
There is always a story behind every headstone at the CWGC cemeteries.
Julian, I have been doing my family tree the GALES and Cyril was my second cousin, I did wonder if he was maried and whether or not had any children, I have been unable find any records. Did you know the Gale family came from gloucestershire,Horton to begin with then they moved to Thornbury in the 1850s. Stephen Gale was Roberts father, some of the women at the begining did not marry.If you are having any problems with names and such like I will only be too happy to help. From Roger Gale.
Added by rog on Mar 19, 2016 4:43 AM
|Annie Greene||Thomas Henry Adams|
Thomas Henry Adams died at Prees Heath Camp. This is near Whitchurch In Shropshire, not Whitchurch in Hampshire
|Maggie Laity||Charles Lucas/ William Rushton|
Hi re your request for a photo of Charles Lucas grave at Yardley Cemetery, I will be there within the next 2 weeks so will look for it.i have looked before but did not see it.I now know it isn't a war grave but it is a private memorial.
I will also be doing Perry Barr Crem (Birmingham Crematorium ) so will take a photo of William Thomas Rushton from the memorial
Will not put a clain in until i know the date I am going
happy to do photo request if you can get plot number. You can email - firstname.lastname@example.org with name, date of death and cemetery, they respond very quickly.
Added by lesley on Oct 29, 2015 10:07 AM
|Jacqui||RE: John Hassall|
You're very welcome. Just let me know if you have any others in my area (Warwickshire, West Mids).
Added by Jacqui on Oct 18, 2015 7:58 AM
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
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