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|I am part of a project to research the history, "residents" and eventually to record all inscriptions in Gravesend Cemetery, Kent. I am happy to take photo requests for this cemetery as I am a frequent visitor there. I am always interested to hear from anyone with any information about interesting people buried there, (they certainly don't have to be "famous"!)|
I am always willing to transfer ownership of my memorials to relatives.
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|Amanda||Jack Smith /graveyard or church yard|
In doing family research I have been lead to Aylesford Church yard, which I believe to be St Peter and St Paul Church Yard in Aylesford, England.
If I am correct in this, I am looking for the burial site of Jack Smith, who was cremated at Jacques Funeral Home, and then the ashes were interned at St Peter and St Paul Churchyard Some time in 1978.
I am hoping you can verify this information for me, as I am concerned regarding the terminology "Churchyard", having been seriously reprimanded by someone in England who said he is trying to clean up the messes people have made using churchyard rather than cemetery, and the difference between the two. To be honest, I did not understand his explanation, and so I look to you for an answer. I am very grateful to you for your time.
Amanda Find A Grave 47561813 firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Amanda on Mar 16, 2014 4:52 PM
|Allan Steel||Robert McDonald WW1|
Thank you for posting a photo of his headstone at 52.33511. He fought in WW1 from NZ. Appreciate your good work.Allan
|Catherine ||RE: George Coldham Knight at Farnham, Surrey|
Thanks very much for that, I really appreciate it. How would you like the credit to read? This is my first time on the site, so I am not sure whether you email the photo or send it some other way? Catherine
|Josie C||RE: Greenwich Cemetery|
Added by Josie C on Mar 13, 2014 3:38 PM
|Josie C||Greenwich Cemetery|
Please may I put your photo of the entrance of Greenwich Cemetry on the Blaker Family History website. I will of course put a credit to js of find a grave. Many thanks
Added by Josie C on Mar 13, 2014 6:54 AM
|Catherine ||George Coldham Knight at Farnham, Surrey|
Hi JS. I belong to the Farnham & District Museum Society & have written a book for them on the Knight family of Farnham. I have tried on numerous occasions to photograph G C Knight's memorial & have failed miserably. I was amazed to see your photo & would be really grateful if you would allow me to use it in my book. Would this be possible, please? Catherine
|Gloria Cathcart||RE: Photo for George Higham|
Thanks, js, but no need to transfer this one just now. I think he might be a brother to my great great grandmother, but I have yet to prove it. I took the photos of George, his wife and son just on the chance. My great great grandmother is Jane (Higham) Filmer, b. 1815 at Loose, Kent and died 15 May 1863 at Rochester, and buried in Bearsted.
|Gloria Cathcart||Photo for George Higham|
Just a note to let you know I placed a grave photo on the memorial of George Higham #32163487 - Wouldham Cemetery.
I have Higham, Filmer and Kennett relatives in this parish.
|Susan M S||RE: Pvt D E C Rogers|
Hi Again, Looks like this person: from ancestry: he appears in Speldhurst and this is his BMD birth
Douglas Edward C Rogers
Date of Registration: Jan-Feb-Mar 1899
Registration District: Tonbridge
Inferred County: Kent
CWGC didn't have more than initials.
So probably yes. Thanks
|Armstrong History||RE: 32396953|
Hi - Thanks for the reply! No need to transfer - but thanks for asking. I'll try to see if it will open to a larger view. . . last time it didn't.
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