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My Mom and Sister and I spend quite a lot of time taking/uploading photos and cemeteries for FindaGrave (on my Mom's account). We live in Central Ohio and try to concentrate on old graves of young wives and little children --- the people most often forgotten by the usual lists.|
As far as personal interest, I am an avid student of William Wilberforce and the "Clapham Sect". Lately, I've been researching the Eliot Family of Port Eliot in St. Germans. This has been really fun, and I've been working on adding their graves to FindaGrave (at first, I did this on my Mom's account --- then had to spend ages transferring them to myself!)
I welcome any edits and/or additions.
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|Howard Berry||Addis family|
William Bain Addis was one of 19 founding members of the church which I belong to, and have been looking into the history of. He was also the first member to become an overseas missionary. Started as a chapel of the demonination known as 'Independent', was named Whiteshill Congregational Church for most of its 200 years, and is now Whiteshill Evangelical Church. In West of England near Bristol. Thanks to your research I now have some details of his wife and son.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Ashe-A'Court Family|
I checked out your Eliot site and was really taken by the depth of your research and the aesthetic quality of the site itself. Impressive! Sorry to say that my research interests are of a completely self-serving nature. I'm locating my direct ancestors and their collateral relatives, aunts, uncles, cousins. My cousin and genealogical mentor Crolian Edelen told me once that 'Our blood calls to its own blood.' Years later I'm discovering how accurate he was. I'm sure I'll be contacting you in the near future with more requests regarding our mutual research. Let me know if I can be of any assistance to you.
|LSP||RE: Margaret N Johnston, Highgate, Camden, Eng|
Good to hear. It takes teamwork and a "village" of it to boot. Smiles
Added by LSP on Feb 08, 2017 8:00 AM
|LSP||Margaret N Johnston, Highgate, Camden, Eng|
RE: "There were NO burials at this church (with the exception of the poet, Coleridge, whose remains were actually moved there after his earlier burial)."
Hi, I have moved Margaret Johnston to Highgate, East, based on another grave there that listed a "square" number, like hers, but I have no way to prove it.
Note: There are 21 other graves listed at St. Michael's, Highgate, on Findagrave and there are 15 photos of the markers there. If they are cenotaphs, they don't appear to be marked as such.
Added by LSP on Feb 07, 2017 8:07 PM
|Todd Whitesides||Ashe-A'Court Family|
Thanks for the updates.
|bomber brown||RE: Captain S. Toosey Williams Photo|
Hi there, no worries. I skirted around the church and village loads of times, so nice to have a reason to go there as it were.DB
|Chris Witcomb||Capt. Layard|
Many thanks, Sarah. I'll be drafting a nite with what I know about him and leave in church fir anyone who's interested. Thanks again. Chris
|Chris Witcomb||Capt. Beville|
Hi Sarah, I'm now set on FindaGrave - is there anything else I need to do ? Regards. Chris
|Joanne Bouslough||RE: Elizabeth Eliot Memorial Sponsorship|
Hi You're welcome. (*v*) Yes, Elizabeth Eliot is my 6th great grandmother. You are also related??
|Abby Wharne||Nikolai de Plaoutine|
I'm the Archivist at Brighton College, where Nikolai de Plaoutine went to school. I have recently been looking for images of Nikolai that we can use in a new book, and was wondering where you found the family photograph - it's lovely.
Many thanks and best wishes,
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