|Carol Mott||RE: Mary Jane Weeks|
Your welcome & thanks for the offer. Yeah the ground is very dry here. Would you believe it was raining on and off when photo was taken. I have found that the Balmoral cemetery records shows another two Weeks buried at the same cemetery.
Weeks,William Charles, age 70 Yrs.
Buried on 11-7-1949. Unmarked grave. Photo taken.
Weeks,Mary, Age 12 Hours Old.
Buried on 1-12-1961.
|Carol Mott||Mary Jane Weeks|
I had gone to Balmoral Cemetery and located where Mary Jane Weeks was buried. Her grave is unmarked and records show that a 3 month old baby also was buried in the same grave, H. N. Weeks.
I took a photo of her grave site. If you don't want that picture let me know and i will get rid of it off her page.
If you want to find the grave she is resting on the left side of the "Male Family" grave.
I visited Eastbourne Rd Cemetery, St Austell today with my camera and have taken photos of Elizabeth OKE's gravesite (she shares it with a WW1 grave - William OKE). I've uploaded one photo to the site, but if you would like the others, please contact me.
|Farmer Ancestry||Thanks for looking in Llandaff :)|
It's been a year since we last spoke (and you'd pretty much fulfilled all my requests back then) so it was a nice surprise to see another request from another cemetery fulfilled by you. Good to see you're still getting out there and helping people :) How are you both?
My research has slowed a bit these days and most of my other findagrave requests have been further afield than Cardiff so not been a lot happening on that front either. We're off to Oz to see my daughter soon and then we've got another move on the horizon so hopefully I can notch my research up a gear when we get settled again.
Thanks as always for taking the time out to go rooting through shrubbery (cue Monty Python) to find these last resting places that have been forgotten by everyone but us. I as always appreciate what you do immensely.
All the best
|F.T.R.||Just re-read your message|
I think you've misunderstood, the notice is written by you (Author - Peter)- when I clicked on it, it brought me to your profile - hence I was abiding by your notice. Sounds like we can continue to add photographs which is great. Many kind thanks.
Added by F.T.R. on Jul 31, 2015 5:06 PM
|F.T.R.||RE: Photos of monuments?|
Hi :) Thank you - thought someone may have complained etc so I was heading the 'warning' ;)
Many kind thanks.
Added by F.T.R. on Jul 31, 2015 7:50 AM
|Kevin Meagor||RE: Emily Mitchell|
There are several Symonds stones in Crowan ; would your good lady like pics ?
|F.T.R.||RE: Photos of monuments?|
No problems - thought you'd put up a soft touch warning for us not to post any photographs. It appears on every single name for all names within Cathays (your photo of the front entrance gate and then underneath a 'warning notice'. So I was playing it safe and removing photographs. Thanks for your reply.
Added by F.T.R. on Jul 30, 2015 3:47 PM
|F.T.R.||Photos of monuments?|
Hi, if you click on any person on the site – it has your photograph and states the following:
“Don’t show cemetery photos on this memorial [?]”
Any reason why we cannot put photographs of the grave?
Added by F.T.R. on Jul 30, 2015 2:35 PM
|Kevin Meagor||Emily Mitchell|
Hello, Peter, I've found Emily at last,walked past her dozens of times. It is a kerb type grave which is partially buried.I'm working in Crowan soon so I'll give it a spruce up and take pics. She is not alone in her resting place - details later.
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