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|Mary T.~AKA ~poe~||Re: Thanks|
Hello June, I think I'm a wee bit late *smile* but just want to thank YOU for stopping by to thank me...and what a lot of thanks huh! Anyway, I'm always glad to help even if I'm always late, I hope you are well and not seeing any "spooky" things! hahahaha Sorry, had to! Have a great day! Blessings
|pat wexel||CORBETT (Hammond) Provost Mary Gertrude|
Maintained by: pat wexel
Originally Created by: T.V.F.T.H.
Record added: Aug 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56628804
Hi June, I have updated Mary's findagrave
|Bonnie Miller||RE: grave james north stanley|
Great, thanks June!
|Margie Hinton||Sir Dr. John Hinton|
June, further research on this memorial for Sir (Dr.) John Hinton - this is from the London Metropolitan Archives....
From: LMA Enquiries
Sent: 07 August 2014 14:51
Subject: Grave marker location please
London Metropolitan Archives reference: 2014/07679/CG
Dear Ms Hinton
Thank you for your recent email.
The parish records of St Giles Cripplegate are held at London Metropolitan Archives and have been digitised by Ancestry. We have checked the burial registers for this church on Ancestry and the only John Hinton we can find there in 1682 is a John Hinton, son of John Hinton, carpenter, deceased, who was buried on 24 May 1682. This entry would appear to relate to a child, and therefore cannot be the Dr John Hinton you are researching. Browsing forwards through the same burial register, we could not see any entry for the burial of a John Hinton on or just after 10 October 1682.
However, we note from the information you provided that Sir John Hinton died in the parish of St Martin in the Fields. This appears to be confirmed by online sources such as the following:
The records of the parish of St Martin in the Fields are held by the City of Westminster Archives Centre and we would therefore advise you to contact them to establish whether they hold any records of memorials in the church, or if remains were ever removed from that church.
Records of the administration of estates granted by the Prerogative Court of Canterbury (PCC) - as referred to in online article above - are held at the UK's National Archives (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/). However, there does not appear to have been a will for Sir John Hinton, and the grant of administration of his estate is unlikely to be very informative.
I hope that this is of some assistance, and we wish you success with your research.
Yours Sincerely, W. Hawke on behalf of London Metropolitan Archives
Tel: 020 7332 3820
Address: 40 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HB
Please revise the St. Giles memorial. I am following through to find the actual grave site (and marker if possible) - it has been suggested that sir John Hinton was buried at St. Mary's Churchyard at Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire where his parents and possibly other family members are said to be buried - unfortunately the scanned page sent to me by the church authorities is torn, blotched and many names are missing - as would be expected of a page from the mid 1500s.
Thank you, Margie Hinton email@example.com
The only Breetzke West Lawn has is La Rue and you already have a picture.
|Johnny||Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson|
Hello, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for visiting my friend Morgan Thompson's memorial. Thank you and keep up the good work you do within the Find a Grave community. It is appreciated.
Added by Johnny on Aug 02, 2014 5:00 PM
|Tombstoner||Edward Stanley b 1865 d 1948|
You have requested a photo of the above grave, the deceased being buried in Liverpool Cathedral, England.
I should be interested to know from where you obtained the information that Edward Stanley was buried in Liverpool Cathedral? The C of E Cathedral was not started until the early 1900's, the foundation stone being laid on 19 July 1904.
There is a cemetery below the cathedral which is much earlier but that is called St James cemetery. However, that cemetery was closed in 1936 so is unlikely to be where Edward Stanley was buried.
If you have any more definite information about the place of burial let me know.
You are most welcome. I'm glad that I was able to help.
My maternal g-granmother was a Schneider from Kentucky, but I haven't gotten into that line of the family - too many others that I'm trying to track down. Not enough hours in a day!
Added by Margi on Sep 20, 2013 10:32 PM
|Margi||RE: Schneiders, Holy Sepulcher Cemetery|
Please use the edit button for your transfer requests and also show your relationship. It makes it much easier for the volunteer trying to fulfill your request, as it shows the memorial number as well as your ID #.
Added by Margi on Sep 20, 2013 4:19 PM
|Karen Brown||Frances Gaines|
Thank you for transferring her to me I will get right on to adding details.
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