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question please about burials

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littlelegs

littlelegs Report 22 Jul 2013 09:52

hi all
would really like to find some burials for my gggrandparents [ieinterment number grave number ]
i know that at the archives they only have 3 cemeterys that you can search there
so the question is
can you go to a church and do they have church records you can look at

thank you
lorraine

Reggie

Reggie Report 22 Jul 2013 10:08

The records -if they exist - should be at the relevant County Records Office

The implied time-scale for you enquiry precludes the likelihood of the records being at the Church

Have you looked at municipal cemeteries?

Try looking for info on the NBI..................start by checking that they have transcribed the years/area in which you are interested, before investing money to look at records

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 22 Jul 2013 10:11

hi reggie
thank you very much
lorraine

Reggie

Reggie Report 22 Jul 2013 10:14

However....................

"can you go to a church and do they have church records you can look at "

First part......yes, of course you can go to a Church.............any time it is open

So, pop in to the Church(es) and ask..........or phone the Vicar. Probably best to do that, anyway....................to ensure that someone with answers can be on hand if you visit

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 22 Jul 2013 10:16

reggie
thank you so much

take care
lorraine