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Kilmarnock (#47259834)
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Bio Photo 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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Kim McHarg Osburn
RE: McHarg
Hi there! You left me a message about 5 years ago, and I'm not sure I ever saw it and replied. Agnes Binnie Aird (née McHarg)'s uncle William was my great, great grandfather. Ancestry.com has her listed as my "1st cousin 2x removed". I have a "Wendy Jane Aird" listed as her granddaughter -- is that you? Ancestry says we are 3rd cousins.

Send me a message at timandkimosburn at gmail dot com. :)
Added by Kim McHarg Osburn on Oct 24, 2016 11:38 PM
benvonnag
Thank You
Thank you Kilmarnock for your photos Captain John Thomas Clucas was my 2 x great uncle my great father's eldest brother. He was born in Castletown in the Isle of Man in 1871. He married Margaret Telford at St George's Newcastle in 1903. I have only heard stories about him how he lived in the North East and was a sea captain on big liners.
His father was a Master mariner and two of his younger brothers were lost at sea, luckily my great grandfather didn't he did work on boats but became baker. Thanks a million.
Added by benvonnag on Oct 19, 2016 5:07 PM
plk74
RE: Guiseley St Oswalds
Not a problem, Kilmarnock, it was a long shot I know. Thanks for getting back to me anyway. Pauline
Added by plk74 on Aug 10, 2016 2:46 PM
Jan
appreciative thanks
Hi Kilmarnock - I just wanted to say thanks very much indeed for posting photos of the gravestone for Rev George Bell - my great great grandfather! I stumbled on this grave/cemetery site almost by accident and it's really good to see the memorial. I have been intending a trip to Newcastle to gather some more information for some time now and this gives me a wee hand with some extra knowledge before I do that.
I just wanted to send this message to show my appreciation and to confirm what you probably know (or at least hope) already - that your efforts and time are well spent! Great stuff, well done and thank you! Jan
Added by Jan on Jul 28, 2016 5:12 PM
plk74
Guiseley St Oswalds
Hi Kilmarnock

I am a fellow genealogist whose own research is now winding down and am looking for something else,
I would like to continue the work done by yourself and wondered if you remember what part of the graveyard you took your photos?

Regards
Pauline
Added by plk74 on Jul 23, 2016 2:53 AM
John Paterson
Sarah Alice Pollard
Thank you for all the work you do, the amount is amazing. I have submitted an edit that Sarah's (#79676620) first husband was William Mitchell #79676414 and her second husband was Joseph Tempest Pollard #79676553. I am currently working on my ancestry and my wife's. My maternal family ancestry is Pollard. Would you be so kind as to transfer the above memorials to me, my number is 49048706. Thanks so much.
Added by John Paterson on Jul 10, 2016 6:47 PM
Aurorae Little♥UE
64943336 Move Hannah's pic
Perhaps to her file from Thomas'? 64943350 third one says Hannah widow of Thomas.. would complete her memorial.. Gracias xo Barraclough roots!
Added by Aurorae Little♥UE on Jun 05, 2016 9:40 PM
Cindy Kern
Isabella Carr
Thank you so much for the photos and page on Isabella Carr buried at All Saints Cemetery in Newcastle. I discovered the page and photos you had made a couple of days before we traveled to the UK from the US last year. We were able to make it to the cemetery and eventually found the grave. I believe all of Isabella's siblings settled in Quebec and eventually in the US. Thanks again!
Cindy
Added by Cindy Kern on May 28, 2016 11:34 PM
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
Added by sandi lewis - malburg on May 01, 2016 5:43 PM
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.
Added by darealjolo on Apr 22, 2016 12:37 PM
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