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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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I have just been putting a photo of one of my Pitloh ancestors on the site and I linked to one of the photos posted by you. It is a photo from All Saints in Newcastle and commemorates Gideon Pitloh.
As I am directly descended from the Pitlohs of Roxburghshire, Scotland, I was delighted to find another potential ancestor. Gideon was a common family name so I look forward to further research and finding out more about this Gideon and visiting the grave when I return next year.
Thank you for doing such a wonderful job!
Added by Jo on Nov 24, 2014 12:33 AM
Yes please. Thank you for taking the photo. I've walked past that churchyard a number of times without realising Walter Tate was buried there.
Added by Meg on Nov 17, 2014 11:42 AM
|Sharon Wells||Ernest Arthur and Mary Elizabeth Wells|
Thank you for your hard work and photos. You have allowed me to add another piece to my family jigsaw!
Sharon, NSW, Australia
|John Hindmarsh||Irwin headstone|
Many thanks for taking this picture. It cements my Archibald Irwin tree.
Thank - You!
Added by EHL on Jul 14, 2014 5:33 PM
|Christie Heine||Haley Family|
Thank you so much for transfering the Haley family to me.
Have a Bless Day.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||Thank you|
Dear S/N and location of Kilmarnock,
Thank you so kindly for what your doing, have done, and shall do too. It is well.
A lot of my kin in and near Kilmarnock came here in the New World, Provinces, Colonies, and US States.
Some of our direct lines are:
Campbell (Loudon, Argyll)
The largest amounts of any from Scotland in the World are near me in what is Hudson County, New Jersey.
I am in the largest County of 21 of our State of New Jersey.
My Scotland Kinsmen and lines went to New England, and Virginia.
The first in 1584 A.D. to what is called the Lost Colony, Roanok. In what is North Carolina now. The first birth of a Scot and UKer in the New World was Babie Harvey/Harvie.
The first female was after and named Virgina Dare and they do have a County named Dare County for here in North Carolina.
Please add me as your friend. On Find a Grave also now too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
PS: Is this your kinsmen too?
I hope you do not mind, but yes please! I live 2 doors from where he lived.
Added by EHL on Jun 26, 2014 4:25 AM
|Christie Heine||Haley family|
Hello, I wanted to see if you are related to the Haley family that you posted their graves in Shipley? i am trying to find the rest of the Haley family graves as well.
|Charles D. O||keyboard problems|
I mean Hannah was his mother. Sorry, computer problems.
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