RE: Jessie Hammond Hello David Thank you for your email. No I am not a relative but I have volunteered to take photos of graves for the Sussex Family History Group for Ticehurst and I was seeing this grave which linked in to yours. I will find it and attach it for you to decide. You can always delete it if you think it is the wrong person. I have some relatives of my goddaughter in Ticehurst cemetery. So I have some entries on Find my grave too. All the best Susan
RE: Thank You I feel pretty certain that this is the right person, since I believe she was adopted from a young age and her name was changed from Ruth to Dorothy, from the information I currently had, along with the unfortunate fact that she died at the age of 8 with some sort of ear infection. All of the details certainly match from what I know of her, so I do think that this Dorothy is the correct one.
Again, thanks for the service. My great-grandmother is over the moon that we've been able to find her.
RE: William & Aleen Grierson Thank you as well, I do tend to take an interest in hundreds of persons that I work with, also? I do believe that her name was spelt Aileen, I am not sure what's on the stone, but I'll have a look at the pictures, thank you again.
Eric John Henry Sheppard Hello Mister Stevenson. Firstly I must apologise in regard to the mistake on the grave location of the above person, I was certian I had the location found. Secondly I want to thank you for taking the time to try and find the grave and I am sorry for wasting your time in this matter. I am going to go over the information i have and see if I cam find where I went wrong. I hope you will allow me to contact you later with any more information I may find on his location. Once again sorry for the mistake and thank you for your time. Stuart.
Fenners Thanks David. I'm hoping to find a link between the Fenners in this part of England with Arthur Fenner & Sarah Browne who parented Captain Arthur Fenner, the Patriarch Immigrant of my Fenner family in America
RE: Photo Request - Bast You are so very welcome, David. I am happy to know that you appreciate what the volunteers are able to accomplish for you and others. I gentleman near the Cambridge area went to the American Cemetery there and took pictures of my step fathers brother's stone. Not only did he take the picture but he enhanced it by putting damp sand from Omaha Beach into the engraving to make it easier to see in the photograph and he drove 60 miles to do it for me and a few others. So I know how you feel when you can now see what was the unseeable. Enjoy! And if I can be of any help in Cave Hill again just let me know.