|Neil Gary Axe (#47136083)|
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I live in Essex, England. One of my hobbies is genealogy and I regard a burial record and grave marker as the final record for people.
The people I have entered in are a selection of relatives and those with the same surnames (some of whom may turn out to be relatives as my tree grows). In addition, a few other graves are recorded, those that were close by to namesakes now without graves, those interned at same plot, and one or two others which caught the eye for some reason.
I am also recording Barkingside Cemetery.
Feel free to contact me.
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|Monika Sheppard||RE: John Thomas Flynn|
Thank you for the positive feedback. My small contribution to preserving the past. I checked the picture loaded for JT Flynn buried at Captains Flat and I still think it says 1955. I also always cross check with the BDM records held at the NSW BDM and they also say 1955. Is there a particular reason why you think the date should be 1956? I am happy to edit the entry if it is indeed incorrect. I hope the entry was helpful - there is practically nothing left of that particular cemetery and this was one of the very few gravestones.
|Derek Galbreath||William Clarke|
Hello you have a memorial for William Clarke buried in England and have him attached to a Elizabeth A. Brewer for his mother, if you did this, can you remove him. She is buried in Texas and her husband died in Texas not with William in a mining accident. So I think you have the wrong person, thank you for your time.
|Vonderene||RE: Martha Elizabeth Litchfield nee Riley|
Thank you, both Martha and her husband William are my first cousins four times removed but coincidentally were married to each other.
|Vonderene||burials in Atlow|
I see you have a photograph attached to the memorials for William Litchfield and his young son for this churchyard. His wife Martha Elizabeth is also buried in the same plot, I have added her memorial to the cemetery, could you please attach the gravestone picture to her?
You're very welcome.
Added by AHurst on Jul 18, 2013 4:27 PM
|Jan Minter||Edward Meek|
your note on the grave of Edward MEEK at St Margarets, Hempnall states that 'his father Valentine JERMY is buried 2 graves away.' Should this read Valentine MEEK? I have been looking unsuccessfully for Valentine's birth for about 30 years. Can you help please.