|Mike Berrell (#46835277)|
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I am a Fellow of the Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society and a member of the Society of Genealogists. I live near Stockport, Cheshire, England. I visit Manchester Central Library most weeks and can do look-ups there. I am also willing to visit cemeteries in the Greater Manchester area and take photographs of headstones, provided the grave number is known.|
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|Chrisu||Harbottle in Southern Cemetery|
Thanks for the info Mike, I hope you have more luck with the others when you visit, I seem to find lots of relatives in common graves!
I really appreciate you taking the time to visit the cemetery and look for the graves for me.
Added by Chrisu on Jun 16, 2014 12:41 AM
|Kevin Roe||RE: Willow Grove - RALPH|
|Cheri Amarna||Margaret Morris|
Thank you so much for the taking the pictures in the Hill Cliffe Cemetery. I do see that the stone for Margaret, the niece, is in the listing for Margaret, the aunt,
Thank you ever so much, Mike!!
Added by Peter on May 21, 2014 1:02 AM
Many thanks for adding the photo of William & Clara Prescotts grave at Southern Cemetery ..it was nice to be able to see their names on stone.
Added by Shaun on Apr 15, 2014 5:56 AM
|sampalmerleigh||RE: Ashton, Hurst, WOOD grave|
Thank you so much. I have sent you an email.
|Paula Lloyd||William Booth|
Thank you for trying to find this grave for me. I appreciate your time and willingness to help!
Thanks for taking the time to visit the cemetery for me. Much appreciated.
|Family Searcher||RE: Southern Cemetery - COWLEY|
Thank you. I now know the final resting place for sure of my Great Aunt Selena and her husband and son. The comment on Frank's headstone confirms family tales of him being murdered as a young man.
How far is this cemetery from Anfield Cemetery in Liverpool? That is where her parents, my gr gr grandparents are buried.
|DottyJ||RE: Thomasin Thomlinson|
Thank you so much! I know old stones aren't easy to read. If you happen to see her husband's grave (John Ridgway born about 1735) nearby, could you possibly get info from that too? I don't know when he died. Years ago a distant cousin found the Ridgway and Livingstone graves that I added to findagrave. She had to clear moss and grass away from the stones in order to take pictures. I live in Connecticut or I'd walk the graveyard and look for the stones myself. Thanks again! Dot
Added by DottyJ on Feb 27, 2014 7:18 AM
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