Hi Richard, please accept my apologies as I realise you found and took a photo of a grave for me. I did try to thank you but for some reason it wouldn't let me. hoping this will work this time anda huge thank you for the photo. It's people like you who help people like me andwords can not say how much I value your help.
Many many thanks.
Added by Kathy W on Jul 19, 2015 9:37 AM
|John||Robert Roberts (died 14 June 1900)|
Thank you Richard.
That is definitely the gravestone I was looking for. I'm surprised I missed it; it's pretty prominent. I went around the whole cemetery.
Robert's wife was Sarah, and John and Mary Lydia were two of his children.
The strange thing is that his death certificate and the local newspapers recorded his death as 14th June 1900, not 14th July 1900, as recorded on the stone. A stonemason's mistake perhaps and, as the stone was supposedly sent from South Africa by a relative, not one easily changed by carving a new stone.
Added by John on Apr 24, 2015 2:51 AM
|Patricia Hosking||Thank you so much!|
Thank you Richard for finding and taking the wonderful photos of my ancestors grave. It was so informative to me in my research. ,
Before both of my marriages I was a Lawson by birth, and a Liverpudlian, living there until I left to complete my education. I now live in Cornwall, married to a Cornishman.
I can't tell you just how appreciative I am that you must have travelled a fair distance to search for my ancestor's grave. The cemetery looks nice and tranquil,
Thank you once again,
|Patricia Hosking||Thank you from|
Thank you very much for taking this picture for me. I really appreciate it. Karen
Added by Mymei44 on Apr 15, 2015 4:46 PM
|Leanna G.||John Humphreys|
Hi there thank so much for taking the time to find and photograph his headstone. Looks like you might have had to uncover it. I'm also wondering if you saw his Wifes headstone--Irene Humphreys. I know I have about 5 more requests still for this cemetery. I did really like seeing the photos of the grave site. It gave me a feel for what it looks like.
Leanna Gregson from Canada
|Steven M||Wrexham Cemetery|
Thanks for the photographs. It seems like the marker has been replaced sometime after the other photograph was taken.
Added by Steven M on Mar 27, 2015 11:42 AM
|Steven M||RE: Wrexham Cemetery|
I've placed requests for two Belgian WWI soldiers;
*Joseph Verbeke (#133936859)
*Philemon Van Beveren (#133936841)
After a bit of searching, I discovered both of them where buried in the same grave, which is likely located in Section K (grave 3018?).
An image (not mine) of the grave marker can be found here; http://www.ablhistoryforum.be/viewtopic.php?t=2676
Hopefully this helps in your search.
Added by Steven M on Mar 24, 2015 2:15 PM
|Steven M||Wrexham Cemetery|
Would you happen to have taken any photographs of graves at this cemetery on your last visit?
Added by Steven M on Mar 22, 2015 1:02 PM
|Kathy W||Edward Wrenn|
Dear Richard, please accept my grateful thanks for taking a picture of my GGFs grave at Allerton cemetary.
I am so thankful for wonderful people like yourself who give their time to help.
Many many thanks
Added by Kathy W on Feb 19, 2015 9:12 AM
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