|Farmer Ancestry||RE: Adamsdown Cemetery|
Thanks Peter for the latest batch of photos. And thanks for visiting Adamsdown. I had a feeling there wouldn't be much chance of a headstone there as the map I have for the family plot seems to have them buried under the corner of the building if not very close to it. I did hope that we might have been lucky and they'd moved it with the others. It seems such a shame that George who appears to have been a well known figure in Cardiff society for many years (from all the newspaper mentions I have found) had his grave treated in such a way.
|LBS||RE: Shirley Byrne, Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie, Illinois|
Very cold here, too! Bundled up on Saturday. Unseasonably cold. Brrrr.
Added by LBS on Nov 25, 2013 8:50 AM
|LBS||Shirley Byrne, Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie, Illinois|
Hi Peter, My husband and I were at the cemetery today and, although we couldn't locate Shirley, we did find Thomas and Ebba Byrne, Paul and Maud Byrne and Morna Byrne Flick, in case there is any relation. Memorials have been created and photos posted. Loretta
Added by LBS on Nov 23, 2013 6:10 PM
|Farmer Ancestry||Latest Photos|
Thanks for the latest pics Peter - I've been really busy the last few days so only just got 5 mins to sit and look at the links in my notification emails. Us Farmers don't really seem to do headstones do we lol - and then finally someone with a headstone! Thanks again for your time and effort in doing these - as always its much appreciated.
|Farmer Ancestry||RE: David Hall Farmer|
Cheers again Peter - you really are a star for keeping on looking for me. I'm a patient man so no worries about the weather getting to you - its been a bit blustery lately I know. Probably worse with you in South Wales than for us here in Skegness from what I've seen on the news!
|TLS||RE: Ernest Opie|
You're very welcome. Anything for someone in Wales! One of my best friends grew up in Neath!
Added by TLS on Oct 17, 2013 2:19 PM
|Farmer Ancestry||RE: Thornhill|
That's awesome Peter thank you - great pics of such lovely gardens. My Great Grandfather George is one of those whose ashes are scattered there and while I find it sad that he doesn't have an actual grave I can visit at least I know he is in a beautiful place. I also find it sad that his wife Ethel was scattered in a different section of the gardens from him. I can now also share the photos of Leonard Arthur Baker's last resting place with his daughter and his long lost son who I recently managed to put in contact with each other.
As always thank you so much for your hard work in taking these photos - it is always much appreciated and it means a lot to be able to see these places.
|Farmer Ancestry||RE: Cathays Cemetery|
Thanks again for taking more time to fill my photo requests. I'm always happy to just have a photo of the plot if there is no headstone so thank you for providing one. I've got a memorial set up for Clara's husband Henry Richard Farmer so hopefully you'll be able to upload the photos to him too. I had already made a memorial for him but because find a grave only lets you request 20 photos a week I hadn't gotten to him in the list as I have a lot of Farmers buried in various graveyards in that part of Wales.
Thanks again for looking for these graves for me.
All the best
|Rosemary||RE: Muriel Pengelly|
Sorry we don't know about the family grave .We went to Cornwall on holiday and took some photographs of the churches we visited
Added by Rosemary on Sep 28, 2013 7:54 AM
|Farmer Ancestry||My various photo requests|
Thank you so much for fulfilling some of my Cardiff photo requests for various members of my family tree - it is very much appreciated. Now I can show the various descendants exactly where their ancestors are buried and they will no longer be forgotten.
Thank you again for the time and effort you put into visiting and taking the photos
All the best
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