|David Neller (#47482893)|
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Former Merchant Seaman|
Retired airline employee
Resident of Teddington in Middlesex, England since 1977. Collects information on families who have lived, worked, died or been buried in Teddington and currently researching the names featured on the thirteen War Memorials in Teddington together with members of the History Group of the Teddington Society.
Guild of One-Name Studies Registered Researcher (2950) with regard to the surnames NELLER, NELLAR, NELLOR, KNELLER with particular interest in England, United States, Canada and Australia.
One-Place Study: Long Sutton (Hampshire)
Member of the Society of Genealogists.
I am happy for any of the biographical details on my Find A Grave postings to be used for personal research and will allow my photos to be used if I am asked and credit is given for taking them.
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|Jen Drake||RE: Re: Charlotte Wallis|
Thanks for reaching out to me. I responded via email.
|Linda||RE: Re: Family headstone for Neller and Boyer|
Of course you can add the pictures to your tree. I love helping in any way.
Added by Linda on Nov 02, 2016 7:49 AM
|jan hayes||RE: Edward and Charlotte Collis|
Thankyou so much for your offer. They are my Grandparenta. I remember my uncle taking me there & we walked in & straight forward to the end & their graves where on the right near the back fence. There is also a plaque for one of my uncles on it as well.
I am in Australia so its pretty hard for me
|Amanda West||RE: Neller Graves at Kingston Cemetery|
Thank you. I'm not sure I've really got to grips with the layout at Kingston either. Unlike Twickenham where the different sections - A, B, C etc are quite separate, at Kingston, the different sections are spread out all over the cemetery, some consecrated and some not.
Some sections are easier to search than others, some parts are badly overgrown, some sections (probably the pauper sections) have very few grave markers but even sections with lots of headstones can be a problem to search if the grave references are not on the headstones.
Where I have been able to find the rough area for a requested grave on the cemetery plan (not always possible) I will go and look for the grave.
It helps to have the list of CWGC graves as I can use them as a reference point, then count backwards and forwards to where the requested grave should be.
As yet, I haven't found any ancestors that are buried in Teddington Cemetery but if I do, I will certainly seek some help. Regards, Amanda.
|Angela Gilroy||Albert Victor Hawkins|
Many thanks for the picture of the memorial for my great-uncle. May I link to the picture in his records on my family tree on Ancestry?
|Teresa Hay||RE: Rose Fairon Neller|
Hi again David,
A further search shows John's date of death being registered as 5 July 1926.
I shall leave that mystery to you :)
|Teresa Hay||RE: Rose Fairon Neller|
It was my pleasure to help.
I have had another look at the photo of the headstone and it is definitely 14 months. I looked it up on Births, Deaths, Marriages, however can find no record of the death on the Queensland or New South Wales sites. It may be there somewhere, just incorrectly spelled or some other such mystery.
Unfortunately it does not come up on the births, as we cannot access births under 100 years old.
I am including a closeup of the headstone with your picture request.
|Lou||RE: Younghusband Graves|
Hello again. Regarding the photos, when i uploaded them they were the right way round. Its upon loading them to the site that for some reason they became sideways. Yet, when clicking the image to view in full scale, they appear the right way round....how strange.....
Added by Lou on Jul 25, 2016 2:06 AM
|Valerie Smith||RE: Sarah Sellwood|
Thanks so much for your response and information; I appreciate that. And yes, I am related to some of the Sellwoods.
|J Wallis||Thank you|
On behalf of Felsted School, we would like to thank you for giving permission to use your photograph to update our records.
Rifleman John Moverley Sharp
Attended Felsted School May 1902-July 1909
He was the eldest child of John Moverley (Solicitor) and Beatrice Annie Sharp (née Lowe), Meadow Bank, Fairfax Road, Teddington. WWI: Enlisted 6th Dec 1914 with the 28th (County of London) Bn., The London Rgt (Artist's Rifles) (Rgt NO 1032). Active service from 7 Dec 1914 to 30 Nov 1915. Transferred next day with 1st/5th (City of London) Bn. London Rgt (London Rifle Brigade) (Rgt No. 2857/301880). He was posted missing, presumed KiA on 9 Oct 1916. Remembered at Thiepval Memorial Thiepval, Dpt de la Somme, Picardie, France. Plot: Pier and Face 9 D. He is also remembered on his family grave in Teddington Cemetery (Plot Bc Grave 429), Teddington War Memorial and St Mark’s Church War Memorial.
Added by J Wallis on Jul 02, 2016 3:36 PM
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