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Charlie (#47128769)
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Bio Photo Please feel free to take any photos that I attach and upload them to your family tree. You do not need to ask my permission or credit me for the photograph.

I live in the East Riding of Yorkshire in England and am willing to look for graves etc in the local area.

I am trying to make a full record of the cemeteries I live near and am using local history records to add in the details for headstones which I cannot read or are missing. I started this when tracing my own family tree and my aim is to help anyone tracing their family. I do not want to upset anyone, so if anyone wants me to remove or transfer memorials please let me know.

Tip (Copied from England Discussion Forum):
To do a search for cemetery or churchyard in a particular county go to cemetery search and begin with a full search for all in England. Find-A-Grave will say that there are too many records and that you should go back and refine the search so that it returns fewer results. Ignore this and in the address bar at the top of the screen, where the url reads: replace the 0 at the end with one of the following codes. There may still be several pages of cemeteries in the list for the county, but it is easier to look through

4205 Bedfordshire
4206 Berkshire
4207 Buckinghamshire
5247 Bristol
4208 Cambridgeshire
4209 Cheshire
4211 Cornwall
4216 County Durham
4212 Cumbria
4595 Derbyshire
4214 Devon
4215 Dorset
4811 East Riding of Yorkshire
4217 East Sussex
4218 Essex
4219 Gloucestershire
4220 Greater London
5248 Greater Manchester
4222 Hampshire
4599 Herefordshire
4224 Hertfordshire
4812 Huntingdonshire
4226 Isle of Wight
4227 Kent
4228 Lancashire
4229 Leicestershire
4720 Lincolnshire
4231 Merseyside
4232 Norfolk
4233 North Yorkshire
4234 Northamptonshire
4235 Northumberland
4236 Nottinghamshire
4608 Oxfordshire
4617 Rutland
4238 Shropshire
4239 Somerset
4240 South Yorkshire
4610 Staffordshire
4242 Suffolk
4243 Surrey
4244 Tyne and Wear
4715 Warwickshire
5249 West Midlands
4247 West Sussex
4248 West Yorkshire
4249 Wiltshire
4601 Worcestershire
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Good Companions
Alice Boughen
I am researching my family history and came across Alice Boughen,was she the wife of Alfred Boughen 1880-1961
My Gr-Grandmother Alice Boughen was born Sept 1882 and died Dec 1947 and formerly Fawcett.
Any info appreciated.
Added by Good Companions on May 31, 2015 7:40 PM
SORRY in delay to say thanks, is it ok for me to use your pics on my family tree pls??
Added by YVONNE BILGIN on May 27, 2015 7:47 AM
Photo of Thomas Blaney's Grave

Thank you so much. This will mean so much to my friend Jim. He was born on 27th June 1942 and his dad died just before his 2nd birthday.

Merci mille fois!
Jennifer Dawson
Added by jenawd on May 20, 2015 1:58 PM
Priscilla McShaffry
Robin Neville Farrington
Since you created listing for Robin Neville Farrington, would you please create listing for his wife Suzanne Mary
Farrington. Suzanne passed on March 01, 2015.
Thank you
Added by Priscilla McShaffry on May 15, 2015 12:11 AM
Gnr Robert Wilkie Barrie
Thank you so much for taking the photo of his gravemarker! Thank you for taking your time to do this!
Added by Elaine on May 14, 2015 7:21 AM
bill haberthur
thank you

Thank you for taking the time to photograph my cousin's headstone.

all the best,

Added by bill haberthur on May 14, 2015 5:31 AM
Barbara Jones
Joseph Markham
Thank you for making this site accessible through Ancestry. I have found that Joseph Markham also had both of his grand daughters buried with him. I will be looking for more graves from the Markham and Redmore families.
Added by Barbara Jones on May 14, 2015 5:25 AM
cherie timney gunn
Francis Timney
Hello Charlie
Can I just take a moment to thank you on behalf of my entire family. Our great Uncle Francis Timney was a regular soldier when WW2 broke out and due to his experience he was asked to help to lead a group of young experienced Canadian soldiers during the D Day landings, sadly this is when we lost him. My Mother has many happy memories of Frankie coming home on leave bring presents for them all - he was the family rebel and not a little glamorous in their eyes because of it. I have 2 ceramic roses from the Tower of London and I intend to display them along with this picture in my garden - I open the garden once a year every year via the RHS - so lots of people will have the opportunity to remember our fallen
Once again our heartfelt thanks to you
Added by cherie timney gunn on May 14, 2015 4:57 AM
Mark Allan
Alexander Allan 1946
I would like to thank you for taking this wonderful Photograph of my request for Alexander Allan. You have no idea what this means to me through my research of my ancestors and recent connection to many in Scotland that will smile at the efforts in which you have done for.

Again Charlie your contribution has helped me so much, I and many others thank you for your kind help.

As always Mark Allan ( Australia) :)
Added by Mark Allan on May 14, 2015 2:42 AM
Sandra Thompson
Photo of Ranville Cemetery
Thank you so much for adding a picture if Ranville Cemetery to my great uncles profile, kind regards, Sandra x
Added by Sandra Thompson on May 14, 2015 2:07 AM
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