First I want to say a big "thank you" to everyone who leaves my twins and family tokens, I am very grateful.
My dad died in 1972 when I was 9 days old and to this day I have not been able to find his resting place which is why I do what I'm doing here as I know how hard it is to find a loved one's resting place.
I can go to cemeteries in Enfield, Edmonton, Cheshunt, Chingford, Clacton, Colchester, Feltham, Heathrow, Waltham Abbey, Walthamstow and areas around them, maybe I can go further out, all depends how far. I can help with your searching for your loved ones grave in England if your not in England. I can also help with any research you may want help with in the same areas or in the UK if you are from a different country. I have the National Burial Index, second edition and will get the third when it is available, so if you would like me to do a look up, then just ask and I will quite happily.
If there is a memorial I have done for a loved one of your family and you would like it removed/changed or transfered then please email me and I will do it for you, or if there is any mistakes or anything else wrong with a memorial I have done please let me know.
A noteworthy inscription found on a soldier’s headstone in an English country churchyard reads:
Take nothing but photographs
Kill nothing but time
Leave nothing but Footprints
All My Ancestors Are Behind Me. "Be Still," They Say. "Watch And Listen. You Are The Result Of The Love of Thousands"
***I am sorry for very late replies to emails, corrections etc lately but have had problems with my email address, so have made a new one, sorry for inconvenience***
RE: National Burial Index I've sent an email with the above as a subject line with my Find A Grave identity as well. Thank you for any consideration! It's very kind of you to offer. Fingers crossed. ;)
Thomas Blannan There is not enough information on the plot to go and look for you, it should have a letter before the number. Dundee Eastern is a very big cemetery. If you email - firstname.lastname@example.org with the the full name and death date they will be able to email you the plot number and also let you know if there are any others in the plot. They usually reply within 24 hours. Let me know when you get the info and i will go to the cemetery and look for a gravestone for you. regards Lesley