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|Betty Mathes||RE: Alice Sykes|
That would be great--Thank you for creating a memorial for the Sykes. The picture confirmed their connection to our family.
Betty Griffin Mathes
|Betty Mathes||Sykes Photo|
Thanks for adding the picture of the Sykes memorial located in St. James The Apostle, Parish Church of Milnrow for Find A Grave. (#106659511) It was further proof of who my husband's long ago grandparents were. I would like to add your two pictures of the Church and the memorial to Ancestry--may I have your permission? Are you related to the Sykes? Thanks again,
Betty Griffin Mathes
|Lesley||RE: St Cuthberts Church, Lytham|
Hi only just seen this post. how do i remove map. thanks.
Added by Lesley on Sep 26, 2014 3:21 AM
Many thanks for the grave photos you provided for the Fus Samuel Flint-Broughton and Tpr Christopher Whiteside memorials.
Added by Milou on Sep 13, 2014 11:14 PM
|Stan||Lytham Park Cemetery and Crematorium Requests|
Thank you for fulfilling my request for the photo's of Anthony Carroll & Miranda Higgins headstone. Very much appreciated.
Added by Stan on Sep 13, 2014 2:31 PM
|C Bailey||Randal memorials|
Thank you so very much for finding, photographing and posting these photos ~ and for all you do for Find A Grave!
Added by C Bailey on Sep 09, 2014 3:23 PM
|Jan Dahlquist||Flint family photos|
thank you so very much! I do note Samuel's last name is actually Flint-Broughton. I'm still trying to link him to my Flint family relatives but I live in the USA. I believe his mother was not married when he was born, his birth registed as Flint with mother Flint, but possibly his mother married a Broughton after his birth.
|Anne Hopton||Maud Mary Bintcliffe memorial|
Keith, thanks a lot for this photograph, I'm very grateful.
|Bob Puw||Clarke Family|
Thank you for your trouble in obtaining the image of the Clarke family headstone at Lytham. Find a Grave is a tremendous resource for tracing distant ancestors. I use it mainly for finds in America but just occasionally something appears this side of the pond.
Thanks for volunteering
Added by Bob Puw on Sep 08, 2014 5:17 AM
|Josie C||St Michael, Kirkham|
Many thanks for putting a photo of St Michael Churchyard on here. One day I hope to visit Kirkham and get a photo of the Birley Memorial that I understand is the grandest object in the churchyard and looks like a church.
Added by Josie C on Jan 19, 2014 4:13 PM
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