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Ian Macaulay (#46974001)
 member for 8 years, 6 months, 28 days
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JANNI ۩ CAR└SON
RE: Thank you
You're welcome.

Added by JANNI ۩ CAR└S... on Aug 28, 2016 9:40 PM

J.
Macaulay- Rothley Church
Hello
I've added your requests for photos of 2 Macauley Graves.
I'll add photos to the others I've found also.
The website with the graves logged in sections was a great help.
But I'm puzzled that there is no stone for the Rev Auley and his wife. There are stones for all the other family members even though some are in a poor state.
I did notice that the graves of Thomas (died 1861) and Maria (died 1886) and William Henry (died 1900) were in a very large Kerbed plot that looked older than the gravestones themselves. The plot was large enough to hold 4 graves side by side. They're situated in a prominent position under the East window of the church. I would guess that Rev Aulay is buried there.

I wondered if you had found out anything about the Rev Aulays stone/resting place?
If not I'll make further enquiries.
Regards
J

Added by J. on Aug 28, 2016 4:12 PM

klaudekowan
RE: just a thank you
I did find a newspaper reference last time you raised the question about a ship passing debris attributed to the Culzean Castle last time you raised the question. apologies for not sending it to you at that time.

Added by klaudekowan on Aug 25, 2016 2:52 AM

klaudekowan
RE: just a thank you
Hi Ian, I think the Culzean Castle sank mid ocean, not off the Australian coast.

Added by klaudekowan on Aug 24, 2016 4:05 PM

klaudekowan
RE: just a thank you
Hi Ian, a few more to go in that cemetery, one ancestry tree has father John coming from Ireland, but attributes a different maiden name for his mother than that shown on death registration. A lot of spinster daughters, perhaps a result of WW1 losses or perhaps an indication of the demise of the town.

Added by klaudekowan on Aug 24, 2016 2:55 PM

High Plains
RE: George D. MacAulay
Ian,

Transferred is memorial to your care. Far as I know my family is not related.

Best wishes,
judy :)

Added by High Plains on Aug 14, 2016 2:17 PM

High Plains
George D. MacAulay
Hey Ian,

The marker shows George D. (1926-1990) with Agnes E.(1927 - no date) MacAulay.

You know it is possible that Geordie was his name and people called him George. I find and I'm sure you do too that many markers have the names the person went by and not necessarily their given. In Canada in particular people often go by their middle name instead of their first name and it is the middle name that shows up in what I would say is the first name spot. Many of my husband's cousins go by their middle name (as did my husband's father).

Good luck!

If he is your relative, I would be happy to transfer his memorial to you.

Blessings,
judy aka High Plains :)

Added by High Plains on Aug 12, 2016 9:23 AM

Stewart Bonar
Mary Jane McAuley
I was down in Bowhill Cemetery, Cardenden (Fife, Scotland), and came across this McAuley. She was listed on Find A Grave, but under her maiden name of Reilly (Memorial #125384810) I have put in an edit request to change her name. Her husband, Edward McAuley is not buried there. I don't have any other information, but have added a photo of the grave. It may be of interest to you.

Added by Stewart Bonar on Aug 02, 2016 7:39 AM

Wasp
RE: Thank you once again
I have more photos in the same church grounds which I will attach to the other McAulay requests . Have been to a good number of cemeteries now and I'm appalled at how badly maintained are all these graves . " We shall never forget them " !! They got forgotten very quickly and the graves have been shown much disrespect .Much disappointed by it all.

Added by Wasp on Aug 02, 2016 12:23 AM

Sheila Farrington Schweitzer
Wellington Bodwell
Thank you,sir,for your kindness in transferring my relative, Wellington, to me. Much appreciated and I will take good care of the memorial. Have a nice day!

Added by Sheila Farrington Schweit... on Aug 01, 2016 6:32 AM

Sharon Ellis
Douglas MacDonald
HI
Could you please tell Headstone Genealogist thank you for removing the photo request. I meant to do it as the person is not related and I think it's up to his daughter to do the work required to get the photo in Montreal.
I have been off here for awhile. Can't message but you are on his friends list so maybe you would be kind and pass on my thanks. Have a great weekend.

Added by Sharon Ellis on Jul 29, 2016 5:38 AM

Wasp
RE: beautiful, Thank you
I agree with your feelings . I have found many gravestones reused as paving . Many turned face down . And damaged headstones and graves dug over and used as foundations material . It wouldn't happen today - but it did then .

Added by Wasp on Jul 27, 2016 12:34 AM

Ron Spurr
RE: And ever since
Could you be more specific. I'm not sure what you are talking about.

I was going to contact you this week regarding Dresden Cemetery.

I'll get back to you later with specifics.

Added by Ron Spurr on Jul 25, 2016 8:08 PM

leslie allan
Famous
Which one of the transfers is famous? Regards Allan

Added by leslie allan on Jul 21, 2016 5:31 PM

leslie allan
Fresh Start
Not really, I always keep getting blocked!

Added by leslie allan on Jul 16, 2016 11:53 PM

leslie allan
Margaret Hazel Macaulay
Hope you got the transfer? You know who I am.

Added by leslie allan on Jul 16, 2016 6:54 PM

Derek William Burgess
Mccauley
http://www.burialrecords.manchester.gov.uk/


This google link leads to burial details of 36 Mccauley burials as you seem to be builing adata base

As it opens enter surname and select all cem and crem with search date 01/01/1866 and set time years 150.

Added by Derek William Burgess on Jul 13, 2016 6:24 PM

Derek William Burgess
Walter Macauley
Added the burial register page for him so you can extract info you want like the plot number as will encourage someone to look for the plot - hope this helps

Added by Derek William Burgess on Jul 13, 2016 10:11 AM

Graceti
RE: stranger things
Thanks for having a look at the dupes.
I'm in Montreal, but I prefer the townships and take most of my photos in that area.
This photo volunteer is slowing down though, but having said that, I did visit Mount Royal and Notre-Dames-des-Neiges today.

Added by Graceti on Jun 21, 2016 1:31 PM

Sharon Ellis
MacDonald
Sorry but I just realized I was with her and helped her do the transfer request. She did use edit and stated her relationship. 😊

Added by Sharon Ellis on Jun 18, 2016 12:55 PM

Sharon Ellis
Douglas Haig MacDonald
Hi
Will xheck with his daughter again. She may have been confused when I asked her if she requested a transfer. She said she did but just had an email . As I said she is new to researchING and Find a grave. I sent the info to her that I received. Thank you. Have a great Father's Day.

Added by Sharon Ellis on Jun 18, 2016 12:12 PM

avtyke
RE: thank you
There is not much information; just name, age, and date of burial. The church and graveyard no longer exist, therefore no headstones.
I can email the burial record but do not know where to send it.

Regards,
Alan

Added by avtyke on Jun 13, 2016 5:30 PM

avtyke
RE: thank you
I found the burial information, in case you don't already have it. If you send me your email I will send it on.

Regards,
Alan

Added by avtyke on Jun 13, 2016 12:44 PM

Bruce Nuckowski
RE: Work???
Sorry,another four letter word. I understand your fevor for your addiction,I am getting it as well.

Added by Bruce Nuckowski on Jun 12, 2016 12:42 PM

Bruce Nuckowski
RE: thank you
Hi; you are most welcome.I have been looking for them for about 2 weeks. I knew the area,but I was expecting uprights,not flat markers.Thank you for posting your request and keep up your excellent work.
Bruce

Added by Bruce Nuckowski on Jun 12, 2016 4:31 AM

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