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AradiaB (#47631932)
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Bio Photo I live in the North Yorkshire area of the UK and am happy to photo volunteer in my area

I do work full time and update details as and when I can and I am currently transcribing burial records for my local area. I also 'mow the rows' of local churches and am in the process of uploading the photos for these also

I am fascinated by local history and have found some wonderful stories on my travels as well as some very poignant ones

If you have any changes that need to be made to any of the memorials I am adding then please go through the correct Suggest a Correction format so I can process them easier - thank you

If anyone wants to use any of the gravestone images I have added for their personal use, please do so. I don't need contacting about permission and if any of the memorials that I have created are family or friends and you would like to manage them then please ask. I'm more than happy to transfer
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CryptoGrammy
RE: Transcriptions
My honor to see and help with the fantastic picture-taking you're doing, AradiaB...glad to partner-up with you! On this end, there are some glitches I hope get fixed soon so things become smoother and more accurate, but good team-work overcomes most of that for now ~ :)
Added by CryptoGrammy on May 20, 2015 6:38 AM
Todd Whitesides
Elizabeth Sheffield
Thanks for adding the lovely photos.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Apr 05, 2015 11:06 AM
ShaneO
RE: Whittaker Dupes
No it happens the website does it a lot.
Added by ShaneO on Jan 25, 2015 10:27 AM
Misty & Company
York Cemetery
Hello

Question, the first 3 in the York Cemetery have no surnames etc. !! is that correct or ??

Misty
Added by Misty & Company on Dec 31, 2014 4:58 AM
Pen Tangle
RE: William Judson
Thanks very much for that info, I will look into St Olaves.
Added by Pen Tangle on Oct 09, 2014 9:47 AM
MPM77
RE: Photos
Hi Amanda!

I sent you the pictures, I hope you got them, cheers!
Added by MPM77 on Sep 15, 2014 3:04 PM
MPM77
Photos
Hi! I added pics for the following memorials:

119523819
119523839
119523910
119524861
119524890

I have 2 other pictures from St Mary's Church that are a bit eroded. Would yo like me to send them to you for you to see whether you can link them to any of the memorials you created?

Mariela
Added by MPM77 on Aug 27, 2014 9:02 AM
Anonymous
RE: St Michaels church. Hoveringham.
Thanks so much!
Added by Anonymous on Aug 07, 2014 2:12 PM
Anonymous
RE: St Michaels church. Hoveringham.
Thanks for this information. Is it possible for you to add a caption to your photo stating that the church in your photo was built in 1865?
Added by Anonymous on Aug 07, 2014 11:17 AM
Anonymous
St. Michael's Hoveringham
You took a lovely photo of the present Hoveringham Church of St. Michael, but it really doesn't belong attached to memorials of persons who died centuries before the church in your photo was built.

Memorial #s 7768707, 63241413, 101098811.

"The ancient church of S. Michael, Hoveringham, was cruciform, without side-aisles, as may be seen from photographs taken before its destruction. It is doubtful if it originally had a tower. A brick one, however, with a lead spire, had at some time been erected, and contained three bells. In 1865 this interesting building was wantonly and inexcusably destroyed, to make way for the brick church now standing." http://www.nottshistory.org.uk/articles/tts/tts1903/summer/hoveringham.htm
Added by Anonymous on Aug 06, 2014 6:12 PM
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