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s.canning (#46790899)
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Bio Photo I live in London, i'm 34 years old. I very much enjoy visiting historical places of interest in and around London, as well as having a profound interest in music. I'm training for the London Marathon at the moment, very much enjoy running and cycling. I attend as many music events as possible throughout the summer as i can. In between reading and socializing with friends, i take out my Sherlock Holmes hat and pipe and try to detect as many famous people as possible who have been over-looked on Find A Grave. I've always found that visiting cemeteries has given me a greater appreciation of life and from a historical point of view are very informative, visiting the graves of emminent people who made their mark on history. I also like the peace, beauty and tranquil feel of cemeteries. This unprecedented, unrivalled, website has given me many hours of enjoyment, thank you very much.
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caryatid
New Edit System
Hi, do you know about the new Edit system? I have sent you a few - they are under the Edits tab at the top of your page :)
Added by caryatid on Mar 06, 2014 12:55 PM
EHL
Sir Titus Salt
why is this memorial not famous?
Added by EHL on Feb 02, 2014 11:36 PM
Nicola Kelly
Richard Carlile
Thanks for your reply, I didn't even think it could have been damaged due to the war! Thanks very much for your help.

Nicola.
Added by Nicola Kelly on Oct 14, 2013 4:08 AM
Nicola Kelly
Richard Carlile
Hi there,

After researching our family tree we discovered Richard Carlile as an ancestor and tried to locate his grave. We couldn't find it at all. I was wondering where you got your information from and whether you have actually seen the grave?
Added by Nicola Kelly on Aug 21, 2013 2:45 PM
Martin Douglas Packer
Austin
Steve, would you do me another great favour and delete your grey Austin image as I have replaced it with a much better one? Thanks a lot mate, Martin.
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Feb 06, 2013 12:33 PM
Martin Douglas Packer
Sir Herbert Austin : TRANSFER TO ME
Steve,

Can you please use TRANSFER MANAGEMENT in the top right hand corner and transfer this entry to me as : 47912178 Thanks a lot, Martin Packer, Birmingham.

ps

I will write to you separately about Kensal Green Cemetery as it's a huge task but one I do feel you will enjoy in view of your previous work on this cemetery; a lot of FRS's are buried in Kensal Green!
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Jan 28, 2013 6:37 AM
Martin Douglas Packer
Austin
Steve, I hope you will consider transferring AUSTIN to the care of me and the AUSTIN Ex-Apprentices Association? You may have noticed the additional images and the attachment of Lady Helen Austin? In return for which I can give you some serious help with KENSAL GREEN CEMETERY by the way! Best wishes, Martin Packer.
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Jan 26, 2013 1:36 PM
Martin Douglas Packer
Herbert Austin
Can you transfer his entry to me so I can tidy up the bio. and add an image of the grave please? Thanks, Martin Packer (an ex-Austin Apprentice):

47912178
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Jan 24, 2013 1:06 PM
Martin Douglas Packer
Herbert Austin
Can you transfer his entry to me so I can tidy up the bio. and add an image of the grave please? Thanks, Martin Packer (an ex-Austin Apprentice):

47912178
Added by Martin Douglas Packer on Jan 24, 2013 1:04 PM
Angel moz
Happy new year steve
Added by Angel moz on Jan 02, 2013 6:26 AM
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