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mynwent (#47204822)
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Bio Photo "I like wandering about these lonely, waste and ruined places. There dwells among them a spirit of quiet and gentle melancholy more congenial and more akin to my own spirit than full life and gaiety and noise" - Reverend Francis Kilvert, Victorian Diarist (1871).
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Ivor Allchurch
Thank you for all the information. Was his ashes buried in the cemetery?
Added by PAPAWRAITH on May 20, 2014 10:09 AM
Peter Holford
RE: Richard Edgar Wood
Thank you for your reply. Keep up the good work. I must add a few more of my own to the list. I don't know whether you would like any more info about Richard Edgar Wood. He was born in the third quarter of 1902 in Hull. I'm not sure how he ended up in the Isle of Wight - he married a local girl in Ventnor in 1937 at the age of 35. They had two sons - perhaps I've got distant cousin's living nearby!
Added by Peter Holford on May 06, 2014 4:26 PM
Peter Holford
Richard Edgar Wood
Forgot to identify which grave!
Added by Peter Holford on May 05, 2014 11:25 AM
Peter Holford
Distant cousin

While researching my family tree I came across this distant cousin. Born in Hull, he is the great-grandson of Captain James Wood (1793-1840) who is listed in this website. My mother was also born in Hull and Capt James Wood is also her great grandfather. The coincidence is that she also lived and died in the Isle of Wight but 70 years after Richard Edgar! Life can be strange.
Added by Peter Holford on May 05, 2014 11:23 AM
Laura Majors
Re: Charlotte Skinner
Do you happen to remember what was written on the other side of the headstone?
Added by Laura Majors on May 02, 2014 2:21 PM
Laura Majors
Charlotte Skinner
Thank you so much!!! Our genealogy has always stopped with Charlotte Skinner because we couldn't find any information on her besides her name. You are wonderful, thank you.
Added by Laura Majors on May 02, 2014 2:13 PM
Sheila Jackson
RE: William Fletcher
Thank you so much. Regards Sheila.
Added by Sheila Jackson on Apr 03, 2014 2:39 AM
Bev Dowson
Jane Oke
Thank you so much for the picture. We have had a nasty winter but today was nice & I went on a cemetery cruise. I found 3 of the many I am looking for but will wait for better weather to photograph. I really appreciate your help. Bev
Added by Bev Dowson on Mar 31, 2014 5:12 PM
Sheila Jackson
William Fletcher
Thank you so much for the photograph of William Fletcher's "grave".
I really appreciate it.
Regards, Sheila Jackson.
Added by Sheila Jackson on Dec 31, 2013 2:09 PM
Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.
Arthur Kenyon
Thank you for the photo of the war memorial, which includes A. Kenyon, who died in 1942.

Marilyn Kenyon
Added by Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D. on Dec 31, 2013 9:10 AM
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