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|Angela Reed||Isobel Florence Grace Otto|
Hi Cyndi, I have added some information to this grave site and I wonder if you live close enough if you could get a photo of her grave please. She is my great grand aunt.
|Ian Bell||RE: Harriet Bell & John Bell|
Hello Cyndi - thanks for the reply.
I think that the additions to Harriet Bell are incorrect. I have check the Manchester Cemetery Records site you suggested - and at the time Harriet Bell died (1925), she was living at 7 Carrs Bvd. This is the same address as her daughter in law Eliza Bell (who died in 1942). The records for Harriet Bell show she was a widow aged 71 at the time she died. Harriet and husband John's son was born in 1878 - John Bell - who died in 1920.
The information attached to the Find a Grave Record indicate that the spouse of Harriet Bell was John Henry Hargreaves (1953-1886) and that there was a child - Isabella Jane Hargreaves (1876-1914). Whilst not dismissing it, it seems unlikely this child would have been born - and then Harriet divorced, married and was expecting another child within a year.
I can find no record of this child (Isabella)associated with Harriet and John Bell in the 1881 and 1891 Census - only son John Bell.
Added by Ian Bell on Aug 24, 2016 7:02 AM
|Ian Bell||Harriet Bell & John Bell|
Hello Cyndi - I am hoping that you may be able to help me. I have been trying to locate my Great Great Grandparents John & Harriet Bell (which is difficult when in Australia). The details that I have are that Harriet (do not know maiden) was born 1853 and buried 22 April, 1925 (Southern Cemetery - M Consecrated 2017). A record that you have posted indicate that this Harriet was married to John Henry Hargreaves (1853-1886).
This does not seem correct (perhaps there was another Harriet Bell).
The copy of the Register of Burials that I have for Harriet Bell also denote that she was 71 and a widow whose address was 7 Currie Street - which was her son John and his wife Eliza's address.
Can you please check your post - and the details as to Harriet's spouse (which I am assuming is John).
The details that I have (including 1881 & 1891 Census) indicate that John Bell and Harriet Bell were married - and had a son John (B 20 May, 1878 - D 1920). I do not have any record of Harriet's husband John dying - or where buried. Perhaps you can help?
Harriet and John Bell's son John died in 1920 (of influenza) and is buried at Southern Cemetery (Section M Consecrated 1174) with son John, daughter Edna, wife Eliza and daughter Eva.
I would be delighted with any assistance that you can provide.
Added by Ian Bell on Aug 23, 2016 6:36 AM
|Vita ||RE: Looking for Claudia Mezina Wilson grave|
Thank you, Cyndi
I already checked all the graves images from Dicksonburg cementery and I did't find Claudia wilson's grave pic.
Do I need to ask somebody else to make photo of her grave?
Do you know anybody who famous with Dicksonburg Cementery and love to come to there?
Added by Vita on Aug 22, 2016 4:50 PM
|Vita ||Looking for Claudia Mezina Wilson grave|
I am looking for Claudia Mezina Wilson grave.
I live in another state and don"t have chance to come to the Dicksonburg cementery soon.
Is this possible to find picture of of my grandma's sister Claudia Wilson grave?
Who can help me to make picture of Claudia's grave?
Added by Vita on Aug 22, 2016 3:00 PM
|Anne042068||FAG# 133627758 Andrew Jakcsy|
Hi Cyndi- Andrew Jakcsy was my uncle. I already have a memorial for him, #833311443 where there are photos, and he is connected to members of his family. I didn't know where he was buried when I established this memorial for him. I know now that he is in Forest Cemetery in Toledo. Since this is a duplicate memorial for him and since you probably aren't related to him, I am wondering if you would be willing to delete memorial 133627758 (Andrew Jakcsy)? Thank you.
Anne in Wisconsin
|carmic0||My great grandfather / great grandmothers grave|
Thank you very much for 'finding' the graves of my great grandfather and great grandmother, Frederick and Julianna Carr at Philips Park Cemetery in Miles Platting Manchester.
Your research will enable me to visit the graves in 2017 when I visit from Australia.
Added by carmic0 on Aug 14, 2016 3:31 AM
|Ukarumpa94||RE: James William or William James Laing|
|Steven M||Van Bevern & Verbeke|
Many thanks for the transfers. I will take good care of them.
Added by Steven M on Aug 07, 2016 2:32 PM
Thank you Cyndi!
Added by Karen on Aug 07, 2016 2:08 PM
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