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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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|sandi lewis - malburg||Rev. Robert Bell|
Hi thank you for your work. Would you know if the Rev. Robert Bell that you built a memorial in Gray friars Kirkyard is the son of John Bell of Edinburgh?
Sandi Lewis - Malburg
|darealjolo||RE: Brackley Wood Burial Ground|
Thank you-I'll take a chance and add the two wargraves. My map says it is between Grogport and Carradale.
Many kind thanks for the profile of the Merrilees family and photographs. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=117576640
Added by F.T.R. on Apr 20, 2016 7:29 PM
|Lost Ancestors||RE: Ballast|
Glad we were able to make corrections.
|darealjolo||Brackley Wood Burial Ground|
Is this the same place as Brackley Cemetery at map reference
Latitude 55.62023 Longitude -5.50503
-also perhaps known as BRACKLEY Graveyard, Carradale, Kintyre Peninsula, Argyll, Scotland.
|Loring Wells||Cornelius and Nora (Casey) Murray|
I am writing to you with the hopes - when you have time, you might be able to help me.
I am trying to find their graves. A cousin, told me they are both buried in the cemetery at St. Coleman's, but they are not listed on the web page for St. Coleman's in Macroom.
His name is Cornelius Murray, died July of 1948, and her name, Nora Casey Murray, died about 1951.
They lived in Curraleigh. They had a dairy there. It is now owned by a cousin, Connie.
Since I live in America and do not see a trip to Ireland in the near future, I was hoping to 1) add their names to the register on the web page and 2) get some images of where they are resting, and possibly tomb stones, through the web site.
Thank you so much for your time,
|Keith Young||Newcastle-upon-Tyne Burials|
Hi! Kilmarnock, Thought you may know as I am trying to find where my Grandmother & Uncle & Aunts are buried in the above area.
As there are several cemeteries & and wondered if you know if there is any way to find out where they would be buried.
Could also be in different cemeteries, and possibly no headstones, as the family wasn’t very well off.
After all of these died, my father followed by my Grandfather & brothers, came out to Australia for a new start.
If I can find the graves & they are unmarked, I possibly could have some plaques made.
Wondered if anybody out there could advise what to do.
Great photos you have taken, pity none of the Young’s are mine.
Info from Birth & Death Certificates I have.
Mary YOUNG, nee KEENAN, born.13 Feb 1872, Derwent St, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England, died 20 May 1913, 75 Donnison Street, Dunston, Northumberland, England. (husband Simpson Brown YOUNG, died in Australia)
Their Children buried in that area:
Eva YOUNG, born, 24 Jan 1897, Cockermouth, Cumberland, England, died, 22 Aug 1898, 902 Scotswood Rd. Newcastle-On-Tyne, England.
Georgina YOUNG, born, 7 Jul 1898, Scotswood Rd, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Died abt.1919, poss Northumberland, England??? (cant find a death but Dad, her brother said she died about 20yo)
Florence YOUNG, born, 15 Jun 1903, New Stevenston, Lanarkshire, Scotland, died, 31 Dec 1904, 70 Edward Gardens, Benwell, Newcastle on Tyne, England.
Edward YOUNG, born. 27 Jun 1910, 18 Victoria Street, Dunston, England, died, 15 Apr 1911, Fleming Memorial Hospital, Newcastle on Tyne, England,
|Cindy Kern||All Saint's Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photos of the tombstones of Isabella (Peacock) Carr, Amelia Isabella and Joseph Forster and their children at All Saints Cemetery in Newcastle. I found your post a few days before leaving the states for England this last June. As a result we were able to find the tombstone at All Saints Cemetery. Isabella was my Great, great-grandfather's sister.
|Brian 54||thomas hall tweedy|
I came across this site with a better view of the inscription
Added by Brian 54 on Feb 05, 2016 5:19 AM
|J Dailey Candelaria||CATO|
THANK YOU for the transfers and all your work.
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