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|My name is Suzanne & I have been researching my family history for over 40 years, ever since I was asked to do a small family tree for a school project. This piece of homework captivated me beyond belief, which turned into a lifelong obsessive love of genealogy. My searches led me, all in equal measures, into the depths of century's past, of poverty & wealth, the skilled & unskilled, & lines of English Landed Gentry & subsequently into the British Royal Family & beyond. Travelling into Europe, the USA, & Australia researching & meeting & all along the way, I encountered many relatives, distant in both miles & relativity, all of whom I call my friends & family. Each of whom has added their own stamp & all of whom deserve merit & acknowledgement. To each & everyone of them & to those who will come after, I offer my grateful thanks for the history you have given me. You are all historians & I wish you to survive in eternity in the pages of my research. Good luck to everyone who begins their own journey of discovery.|
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|Miriam Sanderson||Richard Gatiss|
I have been to Chester-Le-Street cemetery this morning and unfortunately there is no headstone for Richard. We were able to find the headstone of Eleanor, John and Elizabeth Taylor who are in the next plot to Richard.
|Christina||RE: Gatiss at Conrad Cemetery, Montana|
Hi Suzy, I transferred the memorials over to you. Send a request to Burt to see if he will transfer the others to you. I will be visiting Conrad Cemetery this summer and taking more photos. If I come across any more Gatiss family members, I will let you know.
|Christina||Gatiss at Conrad Cemetery, Montana|
Hi Suzy in the Skye, would you like me to transfer the Gatiss memorials over to you?