I have been interested in my family history for a number of years now and I have found it a great pleasure finding my ancestors and learning about their past lives. Today (27th September, 2013), I discovered this wonderful website and I have entered just a few family members. I will most certainly add more in the future, as I have found it an honor remembering all these family members who have lived (some long lives and some sadly short), and who have now been remembered here. Also, I have added some friends who I wanted to commemorate and keep their memory alive forever.*
Today, (14th June, 2014), I have decided to add random graves which have caught my eye. I now feel these graves should be recorded for future family generations/historians. I must also add: these 'random' graves, and the people who they contain, are of 'no relation to me'. I purely have an interest in the recording of burials, which I feel will be of much interest to future family historians. This is a thankless task, but one of which I thoroughly enjoy.
I have added one person, Sir Eric Eastwood, who was a British scientist and engineer who helped develop radar technology during World War II.
Please do ask for copies of any pictures I've added here. All requests welcome.
May all the people remembered here rest in eternal peace.
*I have acknowledged family history connections/links to myself where possible.
Surnames of most interest to me: