|Rob Dickens (#48471470)|
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I became interested in 'find a grave' after I started to construct my family tree.|
A great way to help other genealogists and to leave a permanent memorial to those who have gone before.
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21,149 Memorials Managed
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|Mel||Leslie & Elsie Lyons and Kenneth Bird.|
Thank you for providing this service. It is an invaluable help for genealogists like my self.
Added by Mel on Apr 23, 2017 9:12 AM
|Wendy Partridge||James and Maria Freeth|
Thank you so much for the photo and location of James and Maria Freeth they are my great great grandparents. I will now visit the cemetery to see the grave. I am so grateful to you. Wendy Partridge.
Just found the headstone for Sarah and Thomas Bridge in Heath Lane Cemetery, West Bromwich. They are my husband's GGG grandparents. Good to see this. I appreciate your work.
|Phil Jones||Transfer Management|
Thanks for your reply. I'm quite happy to use the normal procedures - I don't anticipate making any changes, though I have some photos myuself that I shoiuld really share.
|Phil Jones||Grave plot number|
My apologies. To confuse the issue in my last message I was really referring to the plot number for the grave of Frank Aldridge and his wife Beatrice.
|Phil Jones||RE: Annie & Henry Arblaster in Ryecroft|
In the case of this grave I wasn't purposefully looking through your photos. I was working on the Arblasters in my family tree in Ancestry and a "hint" brought me to Find A Grave (as they often to) and blimey! there was the picture.
Annie is the mother-in-law of my 1t Great Uncle.
So actually it was just a great and excellent coincidence that you have managed to take another photograph of a grave belonging to my relatives and one that I would have liked to have taken myself. When I next make a trip to Walsall, I'll look in on it. I think I can make out the plot number so that the blokes who look after the place can show me quickly - they have been very helpful.
|Phil Jones||RE: Frank Aldridge in Ryecroft|
Thanks for your message. What do you mean by "transfer management?" I might be missing the obvious here, but - -
|Phil Jones||Annie & Henry Arblaster in Ryecroft|
Just a quick mail to let you know that you've done it again! And, once again, I did not know this grave was there, else I would have visited in October. Maybe next year.
Anyway, thanks again for a very helpful photograph.
If, by the way, you are thinking I am deliberately hitting on your work, I can say this is pure coincidence. I'm currently simply researching various branches of my family tree and it's by chance they might have a link to Find A Grave.
|Phil Jones||Frank Aldridge in Ryecroft|
Just a quick note to thank you for your thoughtful remarks and indeed your photograph of the grave of Frank Aldridge in Ryecroft Cemetery.
I don't live locally any more and visit only occasionally, and on my last visit, I did not know that Frank and his wife are buried there.
I really useful, helpful and meaningful photograph.
Frank is my cousin 1x removed.
|Craig Sheldon||RE: Ordidge|
Thank you for those photos; I'm interested in all members of the Ordidge family.
All the best,
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