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FamilyHistoryAddict (#48079732)
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Bio Photo Became interested in family history in 2002. Enjoy tracking down my relatives and ancestors. Enjoy putting the flesh on the bones of their lives and writing articles about them.

This website is a great idea! Supplying photos and burial information - especially for those that live far away - is an invaluable service.

Most of my memorials are for non-relatives. I have included them so that there is a permanent record of their gravestone should the elements spoil it over the years. Too many gravestones are unreadable nowadays and that is sad. How can we ensure the deceased are not forgotten if they have become anonymous?

If you are a relative and would like any of my non-relative memorials transferred to your stewardship, please ask and I'll do my best to oblige. But be aware I react very promptly to edits. If you have something to add to your relative's memorial you can rest assured it will be added (if accurate).

Similarly if you'd prefer that your relative is not memorialised in this way, please let me know and I will remove it. However, please be aware I have not uploaded your relative's grave to be discourteous - just trying to ensure that they and their gravestone still matter and will endure.
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Harriet
Rebecca Moody
Just found the burial record for her daughter Sarah Moody, who died two months before Rebecca. She was buried June 4, 1846 in Wells, but I am not sure what churchyard. She was only 5 when she died.
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 8:44 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca Moody
One reason I am not convinced she is buried elsewhere is that according to parish records, her young son Robert Moody, 22 months, born in 1835, her daughter Hannah Moody,age 5, who died in 1847, are both buried there. So is her brother James Lubbock (1812 - 1846) and her nephew William Robert Lubbock (d.1836). Her husband John Moody is buried in Bridlington. Her daughter raised rest of the children in Wells after she died. The family was close to the Wells family of Lubbocks.
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 8:10 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca Moody
I agree. I am double checking my sources, like the inscription.
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 6:38 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca Moody
Found the picture. It is the same stone you photographed! I am removing my request for Rebecca Moody. She might not be there. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks for all your help. Still do not know where that "inscription" came from.
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 3:13 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca Moody
Just looked again at the parish register. That record is for Rebecca Tuck Lubbock! Now I really need to find the picture! Sure thought she was there, but maybe not.
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 2:56 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca Moody
I know. That puzzles me too. I need to find the photo of the grave with my mother standing next to it. She wrote that inscription on the back of the picture, I think. I also have the burial records from Wells that says "Con", which I assume is that cemetery.
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 2:52 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca Lubbock
I will manage the new one! Wonder what happened to Rebecca Lubbock Moody's stone? Somewhere I have a picture with my mom next to it.
Thanks again!
Harriet
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 2:01 PM
Harriet
Rebecca Lubbock Moody
That still leaves the question of where her grave might be. My records say she is also buried there. She died in 1846. BTW, her father John Lubbock was born in 1779, not my typo of 1179.
I thought Rebecca Tuck, her mother, was buried at the United Reform Church, or Independent Meeting House. Is that the same place?
Harriet
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 12:52 PM
Harriet
RE: Rebecca in Congregational Churchyard
Ha!! That is Rebecca Tuck, mother of Rebecca Lubbock!! She was born about 1776 in Great Walsingham, Norfolk, according to my records! My mother had told me that was Rebecca Lubbock, her daughter. Rebecca Tuck was my 4th great grandmother! John Lubbock (1179-1867) was her husband.
Wow. I would love pictures of any of the graves in the Lubbock section. John Lubbock was a shipbuilder in Wells, and his daughter Rebecca met my 3rd great grandfather, sea Capt. John Moody, when he brought his ship in for repairs. He traveled to China and all over the world.
Thanks so much!!
Harriet
Added by Harriet on Oct 17, 2017 12:39 PM
Peter Cox
RE: Coe Family
Yes, of course, and many thanks for your help.
Regards
Peter
Added by Peter Cox on Sep 28, 2017 6:09 AM
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