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AncestryArchive (#47339577)
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Bio Photo Previously based in Cheshire, England, with ties to Gairloch, Scotland. Now living in the US. This profile is no longer active so I can't answer new queries.

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.
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Find A Grave Memorial# 61855194
Hi. I am wondering if you know where Elizabeth is buried. She is wife to James Corr and mother to William Duncan. She died April 14 1960. Her husband and son are both buried in the Warrington cemetery.


Added by Seasonofmists on Jul 09, 2016 3:53 PM
Cheri Amarna
Margaret Edelstein
Just wondered if you could double check the dates for Margaret Edelstein (Edelsten) wife of Joseph Baxter Edeslten in the Hill Cliffe Cemetery. Greatly appreciate your efforts
Added by Cheri Amarna on Apr 21, 2014 12:34 PM
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

Happy holidays,

Added by dkgold on Nov 22, 2010 10:26 AM
Hill Cliffe
Hi Kate,

Just wanted to tell you Nice Job on the recording of graves for Hill Cliffe. Wow! What a big job. I am totally in awe.

Added by dkgold on Nov 19, 2010 3:08 PM
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.

Warm regards,
Diane g
Added by dkgold on Nov 17, 2010 4:11 PM
RE: Hill Cliffe Chapel Cemetery

Me again! Any news of my possible Wilkinson gravestones?


Diane G
Added by dkgold on Nov 15, 2010 2:30 PM
RE: Hill Cliffe Chapel Cemetery
Hi Kate,

Since I haven't heard, I'm guessing that after looking at your photos, we didn't come out lucky with the Wilkinsons gravestones.

I appreciate your efforts. If anything turns up, let me know, will you?

Thanks for trying,

Added by dkgold on Nov 11, 2010 2:09 PM
RE: Hill Cliffe Chapel Cemetery
Hi Kate,

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.

Thank you,
Added by dkgold on Nov 06, 2010 11:58 AM
Hill Cliffe Chapel Cemetery
Hi Kate!

I'm so excited! I don't know why i didn't think to Google it -- what a huge cemetery! Yes, if my Wilkinson's of the 18 & 19th c. are anywhere, it would be here, I'm sure.

I envy you.. I wish I could go along when you explore! I appreciate this so much.

I will try to contact the church office to see if they can give me any location information, that may help you.

Thanks again! I'll be patient!

Added by dkgold on Nov 03, 2010 10:14 AM
RE: Wilkinsons

Thanks for your reply.

I am looking into possible cemetery sites... since it is the late 18th-19th century that my folks were buried, this might be tricky.

Since I thought there was an old cemetery by the Hill Cliffe Baptist Chapel, in Cheshire, I guess I assumed it was still there & my Wilkinson's would be buried there.

I will get back to you once I learn some more.

Added by dkgold on Nov 02, 2010 2:41 PM
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