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|I am part of a project to research the history, "residents" and eventually to record all inscriptions in Gravesend Cemetery, Kent. I am happy to take photo requests for this cemetery as I am a frequent visitor there. I am always interested to hear from anyone with any information about interesting people buried there, (they certainly don't have to be "famous"!)|
I am always willing to transfer ownership of my memorials to relatives.
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Can I please ask for a transfer of the memorial. Allan
The Elizabeth Staunton memorial at St Mary's Warwick has in Latin the following words which I translated to English as best I could so you could add it to her memorial page for future searchers.
I thought she might have been one of mine but after translating it wasn't her as my one's husband was John and they were from the late 1600's.
GULIELMI ET ELIZABETHAE STAUNTON
IN SEPULCHRO SUBTUS DORMIENTIUM
DIE OCTOBRIS MDCCCXLVIII= 1848
DIE APRILIS MDCCCXXXIX = 1839
MORTAIEM CURSUM PERFGIT
GULIELMI(William ?) and Elizabeth Staunton
In the grave below sleepers
Die October 1848 (Born approx 1819)
Die April 1839 (Born approx 1809)
Mortals Course completed.
Added by Pcamore on Oct 26, 2016 7:32 PM
|M Webb||RE: John Chapman 48426886|
Added by M Webb on Oct 12, 2016 11:02 AM
|Susan M S||St John's Church Tunbridge Wells|
I am hoping this is your 'cemetery'.
If it is would you be able to write on the description, something like:
This church does not have a cemetery but there are several plaques in the church and a war memorial commemorating various people whose name appear in this cemetery.
So this cemetery contains mainly cenotaphs.
|Keith Brett||Tracing grandmother|
Hi, I saw you had posted a photo of my wife's grandfather's headstone, and I am trying to trace the location, in the same cemetery, of her Grandmother. His name is James Frederick Gilbert and hers is Mary Ann Elizabeth Gilbert. I know she is buried in St Paulinus as is he, and the Register entry number is 1206. If you have any information as to how I can trace her grave location, I would be very grateful. His location is row 15 grave 21. Thank you, Keith Brett
|J Wallis||Photo request permission of A Gaselee|
I am an assistant archivist at fELSTED School and we are updating those who fought and fell.
Eldest son of Rev. John, Rector of Little Yeldham and Sarah Anne Gaselee (nee Mant), born Little Yeldham.
Felsted School: August 1853-June 1861, Prefect. Cricket XI 1860-61. (His brother John Mant Gaselee also attended the school) North-West Frontier Campaign 1863 (medal with clasp; Abyssinian Expedition 1868; Bizoti Expedition 1869 (despatches, received thanks of Gov.-Gen.); Jowaki Afridi Expedition 1877-8 (despatches and clasp); Afghan War 1878-80 (despatches); Candahar (Brev. rank of Major, medal with two clasps, bronze decoration); Zhob Valley Expedition 1884 (despatches); Hazara Expedition 1891 (despatches, C.B. and clasp); Isazai Expedition 1892; Waziristan Expedition 1894-5 (despatches and clasp); Tirah Expeditionary Force and Khyber Field Force 1897-8, commanding 2nd Brigade (K.C.B., despatches, medal with two clasps); Officiated Q.M.G. in India 1898; Commanded 2nd Class District 1898-1901; Commanded British Forces in North China 1900 (medal and clasp, promoted Major-General); Lt-Gen 1903; Gen 1906; Commanded Northern Army in India 1907-8; K.C.B. 1898; G.C.I.E. 1901; G.C.B. 1909. Military Member London Territorial Force assn. A Governor of the school from July 1910 to March 1918. 1911 married Alice Margaret Gartside-Tipping at Guildford. Chairman O.F. Dinner 1894 and 1902, and President of the O.F. Society from its inception in 1900 until his death on March 29th 1918.
Added by J Wallis on Jul 08, 2016 5:11 AM
|Suzan Roberts-Skeats||G E Skeats Pvt - Addlestone|
I have a question about the headstone for G E Skeats headstone shown on the site from a photograph stated as submitted by JS - do you know any history of the stone? I ask as I was searching for George William Skeats Pvt - Died 5/2/1919. his army number was 331372 as per the British Army WWI Medal Rolls Index Cards, 1914-1920 for George W Skeats. I'm wondering how I can find out why the headstone is G E Skeats as all other information is correct.
|todd hansell||Edward Carr|
HeyJS I actually found out a little more about him... across the top of the stone says: 1024493 WO II ESM..." The number was his Royal Artillery service number and he was a Warrant Officer Class II... not sure what ESM was.
|todd hansell||RE: E Carr|
Thanks very much!
Have a great day!
|Jillian Butler||John Stockwell Featherstone|
Please let me know if a transcription of the Memorial #35238056
is available. I've tried to zoom in etc but to no avail. I would very much appreciate some help on this.
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