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Clarke Cover (#47944035)
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Bio Photo I have been researching Covers in Bramshott for some time and have been cleaning headstone in the Churchyard to read inscriptions. A burial plan and list is held at the church and I have been provided with a Monumental Inscriptions survey of the Old part of the churchyard completed in 1936 by A H Salisbury, this was sent to me by Mrs Richard Redfearn of 201 Caledron Dr Chapel Hill, NC 27516.

Information provided is a combination of my own family history research and the above documents and is presently limited to Covers or related.
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Todd Whitesides
RE: Robert Bowyer 1552 146239955
Before 1850 the parish of St Peter the Great used the nave of the cathedral as its 'church'. So technically those buried there should be listed in the cathedral. I've come across other instances like that in other large churches before. It seems really strange to us today. I moved Bowyer's memorial to the cathedral listing.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Aug 15, 2017 4:59 PM
VAUGHAN in Anglican Section AAA
I am a bit confused by entries in the on-line Cemetery Index. I thought it looked like there may have been another plot in the same section, but now am unsure.
Plots as follows:
279 - Louisa Christina (1895); Henry (1914).
280 - Alfred Edward (1939), Alice Mary Lillian (1924), Thomas (1958).
281 - Walter Oliver (1911), Lydia Lillian (1897).
319 - Henry E. (1901), Stanley R. (1903), Alice (1948), Mary A. (1902).
321 - Ethel (1922).
I wonder now if 319 and 321 are in the other row backing 279, 280, 281 - however, the obelisk plot does look like it is only two plots by two. Will investigate when I go back to clean the plaques.
Added by Chris PIGOTT on Jun 07, 2017 7:10 PM
RE: Vaughan
Some of the inscribed plaques could do with a clean - did not have the equipment last visit, and will see about retaking them when I get the chance.
Added by Chris PIGOTT on Jun 07, 2017 5:26 PM
RE: Vaughan
I think you've missed what I'm saying. You (or someone else) has linked Henry Edward Vaughan (memorial 97807051) as the father of Henry Neatby Vaughan. As you also have their mother as Charlotte, Find A Grave shows Henry Edward as both father & brother. It's an error. The father is the wrong person.
Added by alisonc1109 on Jun 06, 2017 5:30 AM
Brett Williams
RE: Transfer William Wilson
Hi there. Have a few Wm Wilsons. You'll have to send memorial no.
Brett Williams
Added by Brett Williams on Dec 09, 2016 5:02 PM
Okanagan Researcher
RE: English Cemetery, San Sebastian
You'll wait a long time for them to do that. I tried with two entries for one cemetery in my local area and they still hadn't done anything after more than a year, despite two requests.
It would be better to add your records to the cemetery I entered and ask them to delete the cemetery entry you made.
Added by Okanagan Researcher on Aug 08, 2016 7:04 PM
Okanagan Researcher
English Cemetery, San Sebastian
Yes, you have added this cemetery when my entry for it was already there. I'd appreciate it if you would transfer your pages to my original and eliminate the duplicate.
Added by Okanagan Researcher on Jul 24, 2016 10:27 PM
RE: S.A.G. transcription on
Stands for Society of Australian Genealogists. I am a member. It made a complete transcription of all Monumental Inscriptions in the 1980's for all denominations at Rookwood, as well as Waverley and South Head Cemeteries.
It was just before I joined, so I was not involved then.
Over the last decade or so, the Society has licensed the web-site to reproduce digital images of these transcriptions. When I create a list of Findagrave photo requests for these three cemeteries, I always check the transcriptions first, to see if there was a gravestone on the plot in the 1980s - it certainly makes the plot easier to find.
The S.A.G. introduced a system of Row numbering for the transcription program, and when I edit Plot locations (many are in error, incorrectly relabelling the section as a row), I usually remove the Row number into parenthesis with the S.A.G. reference, just to conform to copyright requirements as regards to source citation.
Added by Chris PIGOTT on Feb 06, 2016 4:13 PM
RE: Samuel Cover
The tree growing in the plot was too sturdy to move, but I managed to strip excess foliage to reveal the stone. I will re-photograph the stone when the light angle is better, and the shadow of the tree trunk moves to the side of the inscription.
Added by Chris PIGOTT on Feb 02, 2016 2:48 PM
William COVER at Rookwood
The right photo has now been posted for William and Eliza COVER. The stone had fallen forward onto the plot, and it took some time to turn it over.
Added by Chris PIGOTT on Jan 19, 2016 5:44 PM
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