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Peter Drysdale (#46883597)
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zumaro
Thanks
I was amazed to find the headstone of Mene Smith photographed by you. A big thanks for your work, and especially for helping me find this elusive ancestor's resting place.
Added by zumaro on Aug 26, 2016 10:39 PM
Kim Goebel
Thank you
I want to send out a huge thank you for all the work you have done! Because of it I am able to get further in my family search!
Added by Kim Goebel on Aug 26, 2016 10:08 PM
ellie
RE: Culross Abbey Churchyard
p.s. You do realize that Culross West Church is a ruin? It predates the Abbey Cemetery. (and of course the new Culross Cemetery) You can find photos online.

Regards
Eileen May
Added by ellie on Aug 23, 2016 7:08 PM
ellie
RE: Culross Abbey Churchyard
Hello again Peter
There was only one site for "Culross cemetery" when I first logged onto this site a few years back, so I began the Culross Abbey one.
My recent relatives are buried up in the new cemetery off the main road (no church, but a fence and wall and impressive entrance), but my earlier ones are in the oldest section right beside Culross Church.
Just to confuse matters more, a third person has since opened another "Culross Cemetery" site, and yes, I also noticed "Joanna" has listed dozens of photos as "registered at Culross Abbey and West Church". I did ask her where the photos were taken, but she was not sure.

Regards,
Eileen May
p.s. I haven't investigated to the east of the church for years, but was unaware there are any burials post-1930s. I was told that my great-grandfather (postman in Culross till 1932) was the last one (just outside the church entrance, but if someone owns a lair and wants to be added, then who knows.

Added by ellie on Aug 23, 2016 6:42 PM
ellie
RE: Culross Abbey Photo
Hello Peter

Please forgive my typo.
The photo of Culross Church of Scotland shows the wall of the old Culross Abbey Cemetery on the left, that was closed in the 1930s. No fence as of last week.
If you look on the list of burials you will see most date from 1700s and 1800s.
Recent burials are in West Church or Culross Cemetery, off the 853, not beside Culross Church of Scotland and the Abbey ruins.

Regards,
Eileen May
Added by ellie on Aug 21, 2016 4:08 PM
ellie
Culross Abbey Cemetery
Hello Peter
This phone is of a stone not in Culross Abbey Cemetery, which closed in 1932, but most likely of the new one up the road, sometimes called just Culross Cemetery or West cemetery.

Regards
Eileen
Added by ellie on Aug 20, 2016 5:22 PM
richard finnick
RE: McChonchie
Peter, you are most welcome. And thank you for the update on the location name update. Dick
Added by richard finnick on Jun 22, 2016 11:48 AM
richard finnick
McConchie memorials
Peter, Many thanks for your find a grave postings. They have been a huge help for this aging genealogist. Dick Finnick, Aurora, Ohio
Added by richard finnick on Jun 15, 2016 5:52 PM
squadron a association
John W Stoll
On behalf of the late veterans of the 105th Machine Gun Battalion, a big THANK YOU for the transfer.

Vince Katinas
Squadron A Association
Added by squadron a association on Apr 24, 2016 9:20 AM
ADB48
RE: Malcolm McRae/MacRae
Thanks for that, Peter. I am in the process of adding the wargraves (and war-related graves) from the Outer Hebrides to this site.

I would like to add Malcolm back to the Eye cemetery listing, bearing in mind he is mentioned on a family gravestone - there are dozens of mentions like that on tombstones across the island of Lewis. However, adding Malcolm back would create a duplication in this site's records. Could you advise?
Added by ADB48 on Mar 14, 2016 5:46 AM
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