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|J Bounds||RE: Inkster Graves|
I have added the photos of what I presume to be Elizabeth Loscombe's grave marker. I have included a brief explanation as its caption explaining why I believe the marker to be hers, while making it clear that there's no way to be absolutely sure.
As for Rev. Inkster, unfortunately there was no way to be sure which marker was his, if any of them were. The Battleford cemetery does not indicate specific plot locations, but merely lists a section of the cemetery and a quadrant within that area (eg. B3 SW).
Added by J Bounds on Aug 23, 2013 12:57 AM
|J Bounds||Inkster Graves|
I happened to be in North Battleford on business and visited the cemetery to fulfill your photo requests. While I found some Inksters, two of your photo requests belonged to individuals that I could find no headstone for. Both Robert Inkster and Elizabeth Loscombe were listed in the cemetery directory listed with a plot location. Amongst the Inkster graves there are quite a few grave plots marked simply with a white stone embossed with a cross. I believe one of these could be Robert.
As for Elizabeth, her husband has an ornate headstone which has a small white stone with cross lying directly behind it. It is my guess that this is where she was buried. I took pictures of this marker in relation to Constable Loscombe's headstone in case you wanted them.
I hope this is helpful!
- J Bounds
Added by J Bounds on Aug 17, 2013 8:15 PM
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