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|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Find A Grave Memorial# 70581422 Martha J Quimby|
Please link with her parents:
Thank you so much!
|Barbara Anne Potter||Matilda Welch Dyson Douglass|
My husband's 2nd great grandmother.
On my ancestor's memorial you have written the following.
am not related to this person and have no further information available.
If you are related to this person and have information you would like me too add I would be happy to do that for you.
I sent you info to add and yet nothing was added. Could I please have a transfer of this memorial or would you please add the info.
Her 1st husband was - Joseph /WELCH/
children in this marriage -
George W. /Welch/ (twin)
Peter /Welch/ (twin)
Ann Hannah /WELCH/
Her 2nd husband was - John /DOUGLASS/
children in this marriage -
Mary Jane /Douglas/
Her immigration to the U.S. was in 1862
|Steve N||Phoebe & John Chitty|
I was looking to fulfil your photo request but couldn't find any graves as early as this in the Cemetery. On checking I discovered Bexleyheath Cemetery was not opened until 1879 which is after the dates of death. Are you sure they are buried here?
Added by Steve N on Oct 23, 2013 4:05 PM
Thank you so much for transferring my Great-grandfather to me. Sabrina
Added by Kaimom on Oct 21, 2013 10:21 PM
|Laurence Goff||Newark Cemetery|
Photo taken by Laurencegoff
I have posted a photo
The cemetery is also important internationally as it contains the Polish War Cemetery and was the historical burial place of General Sikorski ( the wartime leader of Poland ) whose body has now been retuned to Poland, but whose memorial remains.
The Cemetery currently has both areas for burials and a Garden of Remembrance for cremated remains.
It now also has a Memorial to the Fallen of Newark commemorating those military personnel who lost their lives in conflict since 1914.
Commemoration and Honouring the memory as our fitting tribute to them, the dark days of the 2nd World War.
The British, Commonwealth and Polish who also join up with the RAF. Many were Killed who resting place is Newark Cemetery, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire
Address: Newark Town Council - Newark Town Hall/Market Pl, Newark-on-Trent NG24 1DU
|Wee Don||RE: Andrews Family at Devonport, Tasmania|
We are going to Tasmania for a few weeks over the coming Christmas and I hope to photograph a few graves to add to my existing entries and find a few more.
Added by Wee Don on Sep 09, 2013 1:38 PM
|Wee Don||Andrews Family at Devonport, Tasmania|
I have just inadvertently listed Marion Andrews without realising you already had her listed. Rather than delete my entry could I ask you to transfer all of the Andrews Family at Devonport to me and I will enter missing details and link them.
Added by Wee Don on Sep 09, 2013 12:31 AM
|Grave search||Amos Taylor Aust,Victoria|
Amos Taylor and family Hazelwood cemetery Vic Aust photo added.
|Ted Cagley||#20582899--William H. Browell|
You asked for dates for William H Browell, buried at Southside Cemetary, Pontiac, IL. He was born 7 Apr 1891 at Streator, IL, died 5 Sep 1937 at Quincy, IL. William was my great-uncle. Thank you.
|Margo Nay||Mary Richards Sawyer|
Can you please change Mary Richards Sawyer death year to 1888 as stated on the headstone. Thank you
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