|Lori Petersen||RE: susannah riddle|
You're very welcome! It was a beautiful day for picture taking :)
According to a family tree on the Ancestry website James was buried on 15th April 1771 in Wingrave. When I get a chance I will pop over there to have a look for you.
|Vonderene||James Timson 1716-1771|
the church in Wingrave is St Peter & St Paul - is James Timson buried there or in Marsworth, whose church is All Saints?
|Dale & Patti||RE: William Chandler|
I am sorry to say I didn't see a marker for his wife. He was all alone with space on either side of his marker.
Thanks for the message.
"The priory building was rebuilt by Lord Russell in the 1540s, possibly as a residence for the bailiff of his vast Devon estates granted to him by the king, ..." & "In 1920 75 acres of the estate was sold. In 1960 the house was derelict, and in 1963 whole property was purchased by a brewery and converted into a public house."
The above and much more information can be see at; -
Added by Toltecia on Sep 24, 2014 3:30 AM
|Ellen||RE: Catarina Lundberg|
You are very welcome. If there is anything else I can do, or check out for you, let me know. I'd be happy to follow-up if I knew where else to look.
Added by Ellen on Sep 05, 2014 10:19 PM
|YVONNE BILGIN||E;LIZABETH WILKES|
THANSK for the foto and your time and effort, is it ok to use your pic on my family tree pls???
|Dee Green||Lamar & Rose Thornock Photos|
Thanks for the great photo of my aunt's and uncle's headstone. I really appreciate you taking your time to do it.
|Clint Dunn||Clarence Thornock|
Thanks for the photo. I have added it to his page
|Ryan Curtis||RE: William and martha harris|
Go ahead and do it. Thanks for the pictures!
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