Based in Cheshire, England, also have ties with Gairloch, Scotland and am attempting to upload records from both areas, although am only in Gairloch a couple of times a year. More free records can be found at www.AncestryArchive.org
To try and make my records on Find a Grave as legible as possible I have numbered each grave, and included the number in the 'notes' section, which will hopefully make it easier to find relatives who were buried together. All these records are also available at www.AncestryArchive.org, where you can search by name and grave number
Wilkinsons of Hill Cliffe Hi Kate... Your photos are beautiful!! I'm claiming ALL the Wilkinsons as my family... I'm actually pretty sure they were all related somewhere back there! Truly amazing the age of the stones & how well preserved they are. I have GOT to go see them myself some day. They are spectacular.
Thank you so much for your precious time & your efforts. It means so much to me. I am truly grateful
RE: Hill Cliffe Chapel Cemetery Hi Kate, This is great.. I do see a few familiar names that are relatives of the ones i was looking for. Thanks so much.. i'll check the site later for pics! very exciting.
So glad to get your email. I wish I could have been with you searching! What fun! I think you are probably right about the area the oldest graves are in. If no stones are found/ legible of my people, a photo of that general area would make me happy.
Who knows, some day I hope I can roam around myself and take it all in.
I look forward to hearing from you & appreciate your time & efforts so much.
Wilkinsons Hello, I am looking into my English ancestors, and I have many Wilkinsons in the Appleton, Hill Cliffe area of Cheshire. I've found I have good luck contacting volunteers directly to see if you might be interested in looking for & finding & photographing some gravestones?
If you are game, I'll give you some info....I'm fairly sure they are buried in the Hill Cliffe cemetery, if the stones are still there and legible. But some maybe in an Appleton cemetery or even in Frodsham
The folks would be:[all Wilkinson]
Ralph b 1780 Ann d 1811 James d 1827 Nancy d 1831 Thomas d 1772 Mary d 1772 Thomas b 1698 Susannah b 1680
My thanks for considering doing this. I would be most grateful. Warm Regards, Diane Goldsmith