|Kieran Smith (#481)|
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I rarely access this site, but I contributed many hundreds of famous listings and bios for over 10 years. And, as is the case when so much information is added, I made mistakes. I will not however make any changes to mistakes as I simply do not have the time nor do I log-in to my account very often, please contact findagrave directly in order for such changes to be made.|
Please note I have many requests to use my images in books, novels etc. I no longer allow my images to be used for free. If you wish to use my images please contact me via email, thanks.
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|Mal H.||George Henry Beadles...|
You recently left an image request for the above at Everton Cemetery. However, this is the memorial that occupies the plot you have requested... # 171991729 (CE13/057)... I will check the Everton burial records when I'm at the Archives next, to make sure...
May I make a suggestion? On the Beadle family site it states Harry's final resting place as Everton Valley... Anfield Cemetery is closer to the Valley than Everton Cemetery, and they also have a section CE13/057... Anfield, could very well be where you will find him. Perhaps an image request at that Cemetery?
Added by Mal H. on Oct 30, 2016 9:22 AM
|Mal H.||George Henry Beadles...|Added by Mal H. on Oct 30, 2016 9:05 AM
|Kenny Bell||Request re John Hunter, Airbles Cemetery, Motherwell|
I had a quick look today but it started pouring down with rain.
I need to clarify something with you. You have given the plot reference as Section H, Consecutive Number 25108.
I did look at where I thought the grave would be but did not find it.
The plot numbers in section H, as far as I can tell, do not go as high as 25108.
I looked at 2510 before it started raining but saw nothing for John.
Could you please confirm the plot number and I will try again?
|GeertB||RE: Private Harry Dughan|
Pleased being able to do this.
Added by GeertB on Jul 19, 2016 3:40 PM
|william hanigan||Sir William Edmund Garstin|
I am a researcher working on the British Red Cross during WW 1. Garstin played a big role but I can not locate any personal papers, records, memoirs, etc. Do you know the name of any person/institution that I can contact. Tx for your help.
|Izzy and Tim, Paisley, Scotland||RE: Thomas Gracie|
Great you got in touch. Happy for you to use our photo wherever you please.
|Mike Berrell||Southern Cemy - SHELDON|
Con M 3438
This is a common grave with 24 interments. See http://www.burialrecords.manchester.gov.uk
Some common graves were known as inscription graves as relatives could pay for a single line inscription of name, date of death and age. However, these can be difficult to locate. I have not attempted to find the grave. Mike Berrell
|Mitch||RE: Alf West - Nottingham|
Certainly feel free. Shame there is no stone.
Added by Mitch on May 25, 2016 3:24 PM
|Mike Berrell||Southern Cemy - ROSS|
Con D 546
As you have withheld your email adds I can't forward the full sized images I have. If you email me I will send them. Pse quote
name and grave no.
|Mike Berrell||Southern Cemy - CHORLTON|
Con W 340
As you have withheld your email adds I can't forward the several full sized images I have. If you email me I will send them. Pse quote
name and grave no.
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