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sefton (#48054875)
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I started on here referencing graves for my family tree. After spending hours in cemeteries I thought it might be a nice idea to photograph what I could for others, so if you've found one of my graves and I haven't added all the info, please shout as I may have a photo etc for it. I will get round to adding everything...
I'm based in Lancashire.

BARNOON CEMETERY ST IVES- I have transcribed the bottom quarter nearest the Tate Gallery.

St Mary's Burial Ground, Clayton- I've transcribed all the stones in the cemetery

Barnes Square Weslyan, Clayton le Moors- I've transcribed all the visible stones
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Yvonne
William John Curnow 1889 to 1899
Hi,
Wondering if there is an inscription on the grave of William John Curnow born 1889 Cornwall, died 23 Dec 1899. Buried at St Ives.
Many thanks,
Yvonne (Brisbane Aust)
Added by Yvonne on Sep 21, 2017 11:22 PM
Nicky at Scope
Thank you
Hello.
Thank you for all your work uploading the information.
I am currently looking into the life of James Henry Ryder whom I see you entered the information for (number 113165609).
I note you reference married either Flora Garvey or Mabel Harriet Firth.
Can you please elaborate on this, such as how do you know?
I am tracing the life of James Henry Ryder who married Mabel Harriet Firth so trying to ascertain if this is the right person.
I know Mabel's family were from the Chorlton-Cum-Hardy area.
Thanks
Nicky
Added by Nicky at Scope on Sep 11, 2017 10:34 PM
alltogethernow
Frederick Pate
Thankyou so much.
Added by alltogethernow on May 25, 2017 8:52 PM
Mamanix82
RE: Roper/ Lockett graves at Castleford
No problem. I'm brand new to this but I'm sure those must be the right plots looking at the numbers. I will be going back soon to look at a couple more so I will double check on the way around.
Added by Mamanix82 on Mar 01, 2017 9:31 AM
sandyb
Re Sweeny
Many thanks for the headstone photo, your help is very much appreciated
Added by sandyb on Apr 26, 2016 4:35 AM
Jofen
John Albert Noyce
Hi Sefton, Many thanks for the fine photo of John's headstone, much appreciated ......Regards, John
Added by Jofen on Apr 22, 2016 10:32 AM
Richard MASON
Pte J P Power
Thank you for the photo, much appreciated.
Added by Richard MASON on Apr 21, 2016 1:40 PM
Sue Sanford-Ring
First wife of William D. Quick
Hello,
Thanks for your efforts with Find-A-Grave.. It is so helpful to find my English ancestors' graves in the UK!

I came across William D. Quick's headstone today in Barnoon Cemetery.His memorial is #115591425. I will provide some additional information in the event you wish, or have time, to update his memorial.

His first wife was Mary Trevorrow. William and Mary wed 5 July 1829 in St. Ives. Her parents were Thomas Trevorrow and Mary Polmear of St. Ives.

Best wishes,
Sue
Added by Sue Sanford-Ring on Dec 06, 2015 5:45 PM
Sue Sanford-Ring
First wife of William D. Quick
Hello,
Thanks for your efforts with Find-A-Grave.. It is so helpful to find my English ancestor's graves in the UK!

I came across William D. Quick's headstone today. I will provide some additional information in the event you wish to update his memorial.

His first wife was Mary Trevorrow. William and Mary wed 5 July 1829 in St. Ives. Her parents were Thomas Trevorrow and Mary Polmear of St. Ives.

Sue Sanford-Ring

Added by Sue Sanford-Ring on Dec 06, 2015 5:40 PM
Derek W.B.
Burnley Cemetery
Noticed you added pics of some headstones at Burnley and have 3 i am hoping to get fulfilled and it says you are in Lancashire but its a big area but gthought it worth a mail in case you are near the cem in the future. They are

Ada Reavill d. 1889 Grave: 14704

Thomas Reavill b. 1885, d. 1885 Grave 15086

Robert Reavill d. 1887 Grave 16018

As they died in a 5 year period i am suprised they are not in the same plot and may well be communal graves for all i know. Not at all sure.... Derek
Added by Derek W.B. on Aug 09, 2015 1:47 PM
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