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Became interested in family history in 2002. Enjoy tracking down my relatives and ancestors. Enjoy putting the flesh on the bones of their lives and writing articles about them.|
This website is a great idea! Supplying photos and burial information - especially for those that live far away - is an invaluable service.
Most of my memorials are for non-relatives. I have included them so that there is a permanent record of their gravestone should the elements spoil it over the years. Too many gravestones are unreadable nowadays and that is sad. How can we ensure the deceased are not forgotten if they have become anonymous?
If you are a relative and would like any of my non-relative memorials transferred to your stewardship, please ask and I'll do my best to oblige. But be aware I react very promptly to edits. If you have something to add to your relative's memorial you can rest assured it will be added (if accurate).
Similarly if you'd prefer that your relative is not memorialised in this way, please let me know and I will remove it. However, please be aware I have not uploaded your relative's grave to be discourteous - just trying to ensure that they and their gravestone still matter and will endure.
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|Peter Cox||RE: Thomas Hewitt|
No trouble - The cemetery is just down the road from where I live. And, as you had provided several edits to the memorials I had created in North Norfolk, I wanted to be the one to fulfil your request.
|ann trustram||RE: Aunt and Uncle|
|ann trustram||p.s. !!!|
p.s, I meant to say originally photo's of their graves
|ann trustram||RE: Aunt and Uncle|
They are Sid and Mary FREETH at All Saints churchyard, Marsworth
Please can I use a couple of your photographs of my Aunt and Uncle, for my family tree ??? Thanks x
|Jodie Jenks||Staint Peter and St Paul Churchyard|
I hope that you will allow me to use your photo of St. Peter and St. Paul Churchyard on my site. I try to find pictures to decorate my ancestor's page.
Thanks it say yes. Please let know.
Many thanks for taking the trouble to photograph Frank's Memorial. It is a very fine photo.
The transcription at the bottom of the stone makes for very interesting reading
'This stone is erected to his memory by his late employer Thomas Baring'
Obviously a young man who was very highly thought of and sorely missed ......John
Added by Jofen on Oct 26, 2015 4:41 AM
Already done :)
|Iain MacFarlaine||Here they are|
On Thursday night, I am off to Yorkshire for ten days, and then, if the weather holds, to the Midlands for another week. At Christmas, I am going to Turkey (appropriately). Therefore, I rather doubt whether I shall get around to reading, far less writing, about Edith until the New Year. However, I may not be speedy, but I am thorough, and I'll let you know when the task has been completed.
|Iain MacFarlaine||Cavell in Swardeston|
Because, last year, you took a picture of Swardeston Church, I thought you might like to know that I have just visited it, one hundred years after Edith's execution, and have added her mother and father to the list, along with pictures of the houses where she was born, grew up, and where they moved to in Norwich.
I haven't written a biography for them, as I know very little about them, but shall do so after I have read Diana Souhami's book. This, however, may not be for a while. (I have linked them to Edith, but it won't show up for a few days.)
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