|David Cross (#47126385)|
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I am a retired banker then postmaster and shop proprietor in the Carlisle, England, area. Amongst my many interests is my family history research which has led me realising the importance and useful facility the Find a Grave website provides.|
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|Richard MASON||Sgt R P Galloway|
Thank you for the photographs, much appreciated.
From nearly half a lworld away, thank you so much for taking the photograph of William Pulson's grave.
I wouldn't have it in any other way. Regards, Diane
Added by Diane on May 23, 2016 6:33 PM
Wow thanks so much. Beautiful photos and lots of new information for my Tree..
|Horace||Anthony Devlin 1877-1918|
Many, many thanks David for the excellent photos of the Anthony Devlin memorials at Carlisle Cemetery.
If you are a Cumberland News reader you may or will have spotted the letter from Major Ian D.Martyn in last weeks CN 5th February. A New Zealander trying to reunite Anthony Devlin's Boer War Medal (found in New Zealand) with a surviving ancestor.
The CN printed my letter this week,(Letters to the Editor p.13) which mentions a little bit of Anthony's life history. Letters to the Editor have to be submitted by Tuesday lunchtime each week so you can assume further progress has been made ...... a present day ancestor has been found with the surname Graham. Ian D.Martyn is just awaiting documented proof of his relationship.
If a satisfactory conclusion is made Ian will be writing to the CN again at some time in the near future. I've sent for Anthony's Death Certificate which will arrive shortly. Regards, Trevor Jones
Added by Horace on Feb 12, 2016 7:56 AM
|Patricia Cook-Bosnell||Robert Brow|
Thank you very much for looking for this grave, The transcribed info will be of great value to me so thank you for all the trouble you went to!
Tricia in Canada
David, Thank you so much for the pictures. If nit for you I could not have been able to see this. I live in the US. This really means alot to me.
|Natalie Aspden||RE: Eleanor Armstrong headstone|
Eleanor was the daughter of Charles Wood and Eleanor Herring. Both parents seem to have been deceased by the 1841 census.
Most of the family remained in Carlisle their entire lives, and I am sure many are buried in that cemetery.
The tragic suicide of Eleanor Wood and William Armstrong's son, William, resulted in son William's daughter, my grandmother, being sent to Canada with the British Home Children's Waifs and Strays. I am a Canadian now living in the Tampa, Florida area.
The MI confirming that Eleanor's husband William Armstrong is indeed interred in Haltwhistle, was the icing on the cake. Sadly, after 20 years trying to find his origins, I am still stumped.
I would love to find the headstone of Eleanor's parents. I believe this could be them, both listed within the Carlisle Richardson Street cemetery, on the same stone, as;
WOOD, Charles Interred at St Cuthbertís
WOOD, Eleanor Interred at St Cuthbertís
I am not sure what the St Cuthbert's means. Maybe the older parish cemetery within Richardson Street cemetery? My next step will have to be going through the LDS St. Cuthbert film.
So, if your offer to help stands, this would be my next headstone request.
|Natalie Aspden||Eleanor Armstrong headstone|
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking and posting the cemetery and headstone pictures of my great great grandmother, Eleanor Armstrong. I am truly moved by your generosity. Not only does the inscription confirm it is her, but also confirms the burial location of her husband. Amazing! Again, thank you so much.
|James Howe||RE: Robert Coulthard|
Thanks for contacting me and again having a look for Roberts gravestone. Not sure who John Tiffin Coulthard was, probably just a coincidence that he is buried so close. But thanksyou anyway!!!
All the best
Thank you so much for the photos, my apologies for the delay in replying but Iím having email problems in that I can receive mail but cannot send it
Added by Bobancre on Aug 25, 2015 10:23 PM
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