|Mike Berrell (#46835277)|
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I am a Fellow of the Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society and a member of the Society of Genealogists. I live near Stockport, Cheshire, England. I visit Manchester Central Library most weeks and can do look-ups there. I am also willing to visit cemeteries in the Greater Manchester area and take photographs of headstones, provided the grave number is known.|
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|Kiwiuk4||You are AWESOME...|
....many thanks for your message and helping to fill in another hole in my jigsaw :)
Got plenty to keep me occupied with those links, Cheers
Added by Kiwiuk4 on May 20, 2017 4:10 AM
|Kiwiuk4||DD RC 544|
Hi Mike, Many thanks for the photo, shame there isn't a headstone there :(
Could you please put the same photo up for :
Peter Neville Reeves d1934 (son of Alice Reeves)
Neville Reeves d1944 (son of Alice Reeves)
Mary Ellen Reeves d1925 (1st wife of Frederick Reeves d1962)
ALL in plot DD RC 544
Granddad had both his wives put in the same plot !!!! Whilst he's in FF RC 420 !!
Is there anyway I could find out if anyone else is in DD RC 544 or DD RC 451 ??
There is another child: Edward d1920 (son of Mary Ellen Reeves d1925) in plot DD RC 451
Awesome website and made so by people like you x x
Added by Kiwiuk4 on May 19, 2017 3:44 PM
|Margaret Lavinia Sheridan||thanks|
thank you for locating and taking the photograph, very much appreciated
Many thanks Mike, pity about the missing headstone.
Added by Sonja on May 19, 2017 9:17 AM
Mike sorry about the óż they were meant to be tiny hearts!
|Sue Downhill||Church & Graveyard Photos|
Mike, I want to express my delight each time I visit, modify, or add a new memorial and view the lovely photographs of the Churches you've added to the cemeteries. They give, in their own way, a sense of comfort knowing that our loved ones may have worshipped in one of them. With headstone photos not always available they add quality to the memorials. Kudos to you!
My Virtual Cemetery "Downhill Anywhere" holds many of them!
Thank you, from a Stockport family descendant living in the USA óż! óż! óż! -one for each of my children/
Thankyou so much for helping to fill gaps in my research .
Added by Discover on May 14, 2017 11:59 AM
|Christine Hough||Rose leeman|
Many thanks for the photo, really appreciate you taking it for me.
Thank you so much Mike for the 2 photo's you sent me. Very kind of you to go to the trouble. - Marie
|Miranda Jayne Hynan||Hi Mike|
Im having trouble locating my great grandads grave. His death record says dies manchester lancs no other info given. Ive tried the councils burial records and he doesnt appear to be on there.
He was likely RC so possible he may of been burried in saint josephs RC Cemetry.
His name was John Thomas Hynan died 1948 manchester. born 1870 limerick ireland.
He was a core maker.
is there any way of finding out if hes burried at saint josephs??
Id appreciate any help
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