|R Morrell (#48118806)|
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|Researching my family history, the decendants of John Morrell (1755-1813) including Arthur Morrell (1788-1880), George T Morrell (1830-1912), Arthur W Morrell (1862-1944) and their siblings and other relatives, who lived in the Plymouth, Devon, Wimbledon, Surrey and Belvedere/Erith/Chatham, Kent areas.|
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|John Jefferies||John Morrell|
John Morrell (1755-1813) can not be buried in Saint Coleman's Cemetery as it did not exist at the time of his death, unless he was reinterred there at a much later date. St. Coleman's Cemetery only came into existence in the mid 20th century. It is more likely he is buried in the Old Church Cemetery about 1 kilometre away which has burials going back at least to the 1690s and a large number of naval and maritime graves.
|Ken Scheffler||Mary Campbell|
I would be willing to transfer management of the memorial.
|js||RE: Erith Cemetery photo request|
Sorry, I don't have as much time to spend graveina as I used to, but I will forward your request to a friend who may be able to help you.
Added by js on May 06, 2013 2:38 PM
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