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Genealogy has been my hobby for 30 years or so and I feel it is really important to try and keep a photographic record of the wonderful headstones which are weathering away slowly, before they disappear completely. I feel quite strongly about the ones pre census records. Anyway, hope somebody finds them interesting, I do. PLEASE DO NOT RELY ON MY TRANSCRIPTIONS AS BEING COMPLETELY ACCURATE - I HAVE DONE MY BEST.|
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|Martin Douglas Packer||Rev. Frederick Watkins (Glutton Club member)|
Many thanks for the above memorial! Martin Packer
|Bingley||Utley Cemetery Keighley|
I recently came across a memorial card for Thomas Silverwood. I added a scanned copy photo to your FindaGrave memorial for him. The information on the card seems to match the information on the grave marker in the photos.
The memorial card references that Thomas Silverwood was interred at Keighley Cemetery. My question is whether Keighley and Utley cemetery are the same place; or whether there has been a name change.
I have other memorial cards from 1897 and 1898 referencing burials in the same Keighley cemetery.
Thomas Silverwood was the brother of Sarah Jane Silverwood Binns.
I am trying to ascertain whether she and her husband have been buried in the same cemetery. I recently added their records to Utley Cemetery based upon the current evidence.
Any information you can provide would be helpful. Thank You
Added by Bingley on Apr 13, 2015 7:41 PM
|Martin Douglas Packer||Frederick Watkins|
I like your memorial to a friend of Ch. Darwin!
|Susanna Parrish Allen||Photos|
Ihave enjoyed your photos and do hope one day I can come and visit the old cemeteries in England.
|Steven Scott||John Scott Scotland|
Dear kilmarnock, my family and I have traced our family back to a John Scott who left London on a ship called Ann with James Oglethorpe and Rev. John Wesley and arrived to the states in 1732 to Savanna,Ga. He was a famous Gunsmith by trade and is in a few history books here. That's where it ends. I'm asking for advise on a good place to start tracking over there it is believed he is from the lowlands of Scotland maybe around the Parrish of Haywick, thank you
|Susanna Parrish Allen||Photos|
|Susanna Parrish Allen||RE: Lawnswood Cemetery|
I don't care how we do it. There is an auto edit tab that is no different than if you did the edit to a transferred memorial. ....
|suzanne jones||RE: Burrell grave in keighley|
Thanks for getting back to me and thanks also for the work you have done to record these graves. Could you possibly tell me where abouts in the churchyard the grave is situated as I will probably come again to look for it. Also I can't quite read all the wordings, do you have a record of the full wording on the grave.
|suzanne jones||Burrell grave in keighley|
I hope you don't mind me contacting you but while searching for some information about my great great great grandfather, William Burrell, I discovered the photos you had posted from St Andrews, Keighley. I did visit the churchyard some time ago but had not managed to find his grave.
The grave photographed appears to be his son, George, and daughter, Mary but I think it also says William is buried there.
If you have any more information I would be very grateful
|Champagne Gold||Levi Hall|
I cannot thank you enough for transferring Levi for my management. Michelle
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