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Quite happy to do photo requests if within a fairly local radius
If I find an obit - I list it ! Everyone who has walked this earth is entitled to be remembered!
I am quite happy to transfer any memorial to relatives
PLEASE give the FAG number!!!
Islington (#47351667) Has undertaken a massive project in Ontario photographing stones - he does all the leg work & I do the finger work - if you have any further info on these individuals, I would be happy to include
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|kaycee||RE: Lees Cemetery Oldham|
I have also done quite a lot up this end. The Oldham military records on Find a grave are a disgrace. They have put them all in one cemetery and called it oldham cemetery!!! This is why I have steered clear of them.
That said I was really impressed with the records in Lees cemetery created by Len (do you know him?). If you could let me know which ones you have done I would be happy to go along if its not to far, or in a rough area.
The ones I have completed are:-
St Chads, Uppermill.
St Annes Churchyard Oldham.
Ashton and Dukinfield joint cemetery.
St Stephen's Audenshaw.
Mossley....do have a look at these their full stories are included
St George's Mossley.
Stockport cemetery and crem.
St Pauls Church Stalybridge.
St Georges Church Stalybridge.
St James Church Stalybridge
St Michaels, Mottram, Stalybridge.
St Marks, Bredbury, Stockport.
Added by kaycee on Jan 23, 2017 7:00 AM
|kaycee||Lees Cemetery Oldham|
I have photographed all the military graves in this cemetery and loaded them onto Find A Grave. You should receive notifications of fulfilled requests.
Feel free to add the other people on the stones for Hegginbottom and Brockbank and use my photo to illustrate same if you wish.
Ill check back in a few months if you don't fancy doing that and add them myself.
It's a lovely little cemetery this one, very safe and not too exhausting to navigate. I plan to go back at some stage and look for the 'killed in action' cenotaph graves. There were quite a few but I didn't have time to capture them before the light started to fade.
Added by kaycee on Jan 19, 2017 9:26 AM