|Anthony Lowrey (#48244270)|
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|I live in Whitehaven cumbria England, i have been searching graveyards for around 6 months for family members, i dont mind taking details of headstones for anyone i will even add a photo of the headstone. At this moment in time i have just started to log and photo every gravestone in The Hensingham Cemetery at Whitehaven i will add photos etc as i get in the house each day.|
I have taken photographs in all:
Whitehaven Cemetery Section 6
Hensingham St. John (both new and old
Please note ive only taken them that can be read.
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Hello Mr. Lowrey,
I am doing research into the roots of the Boadle families in Whitehaven and wondered if you have photos of other Boadle graves in the Hensingham Cemetery?
Also, do you happen to know any Boadles in Whitehaven that would be interested in the family tree(s)?
|Gary Williams||RE: Trinity Graves Whitehaven|
Hi Tony and thanks for responding to my request. I had quite a few Williams family members in that cemetery at one time and records show from the late 1700's. I don't know if the monument built to the wreck of the ship Albion was at this location or in Ireland where the wreck took place but my gggg grandfather was captain. I would appreciate any pics you can take and I really appreciate your help!!! If there are Rudd's stones left, thay are family too.
|Joann||RE: Joseph Relph|
Thank you very much I appreciate your efforts but please do not go to too much trouble.
Added by Joann on Dec 08, 2013 6:24 PM
|Joann||RE: Joseph Relph|
I am sorry, I do not have anymore information other than he is buried there. I could write the sexton to see if they would provide that information for me and will let you know. I have attempted to contact them by email previously but received no replies so I will need to write a letter asking for help. I appreciate your efforts, thank you.
Added by Joann on Dec 05, 2013 5:02 PM
|Chris Doran||William Fearon|
Thanks for the information on the state of the graveyard. Assuming that William's is not one of the few remaining gravestones, I've added a note to the memorial. William was not a relative; I obtained the information from one of the "remembrance cards" that sometimes appear on eBay. Perhaps you might get the remarks you sent me and/or a photo added to the cemetery description now that, I understand, the cemetery fix thread on the forums is open. Regards, Chris.
Thanks for the grave photo's but you have put them on sideways they need to be adjusted and only you can do that by taking them off then reloading them after you have turned them the right way up.