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The main names that l trace are Chacksfield, Checksfield, Chexfield and Chaxfield's from all over the World. No matter how they are spelt every single one of them is related to me. I have also done research on the Collins and Pearce and Perriman families here in Australia.|
Photos: I am more than happy for any photos that l have taken to be used in personal Family Trees. A please and thank you is always nice. Many of the photos l have stored on a portable hard drive, l am only to happy to email copies.
Transfers: If you would like someone transferred to you, please ask. 90% of the memorials l have added don't have any connection to me at all and it would be nice to see them with family or friends.
Emails: If you send me a email regarding a memorial l have created, could you please include a link to the memorial. I am more than happy to help where l can, but l add a lot of memorials and adding a link in your email makes for a quicker response from my end. Thanks
Thank you: A very special Thank You to my son Richard who comes and keeps me company while also taking photos. You are a great help Richard. Also one of my other sons, Mark and his wife Danielle, who help out with photos in Western Australia when time allows. Not forgetting my Husband who never questions me when l ask if we can go visit a Cemetery.
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|Peter Cox||Charles Chacksfied 1881 - St Pancras cemetery|
You will see from the edit I have submitted that I have identified, from the cemetery records, the burial location of Charles. This is a communal grave that he shares with 20 others. Although I did not have time to visit this area there is unlikely to be a marker or headstone, making it difficult to photograph the exact position of the grave.
You may be interested to know that the cemetery records list a total of 16 people with the surname Chacksfield. If you are interested I could try and find some time to list them for you.