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Uncle John

Uncle John Report 19 Aug 2006 23:04


Maggie 'O the Mainland

Maggie 'O the Mainland Report 20 Aug 2006 00:35

This is an excellent reference for Christchurch New Zealand. Excellent thread, Maria

Maggie 'O the Mainland

Maggie 'O the Mainland Report 20 Aug 2006 00:37

Hi folks, This link also from Christchurch Library NZ gives access to other New Zealand Cemetery info and Databases. cheers Maria


Kay Report 20 Aug 2006 04:27

A good one for Sydney, NSW Australia Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park (once known as Botany Cemetery) Gives burials and cremations. http:/ Kay


MaryfromItaly Report 20 Aug 2006 04:43

Various English counties being indexed: http://www.gravestonephotos*com


Gwen Report 20 Aug 2006 09:02

You can search on line for Abney Park which is in Stoke Newington London the site address is Gwen


Marie Report 21 Aug 2006 09:17

Caroline, The Gravestones site is excellent. Now got pics of my Ddo's graves. Thanks for putting it on this thread. M


Pain Report 22 Aug 2006 00:28

Hi Everyone Thanks for adding to this thread. Please dont think I am not interested in this thread (because I havent put anything on ) it is just that I am going away tomorrow (today) for 5 days, to beautiful Wales and I havent had time to get back on here. Looking at this thread though I cant wait to get back. The holiday washing will have to wait a while lol. Speak to you when I get back Jayne


Gwenda Report 22 Aug 2006 04:24

Great idea here's a couple more for Australia South Australia: http://www*familyhistorysa*info/ under General Resources head to Cemeteries - covers as much of the state as possible - Centennial Park site is excellent Australia: click on Australia then Australia in General and scroll down to Australian Cemeteries - covers all of Australia or just click on state instead of Australia in General Gwenda


Aussietrish Report 22 Aug 2006 04:55

Western Australia This one has already appeared on this board at number one spot but I want to add following I will be happy to take photographs of burial/cremation plots at the Pinneroo cemetery ( northern suburbs) as it is down the road from my home. Will need the plot number though.


Cath Report 24 Aug 2006 06:12

nudge so can save


Pain Report 28 Aug 2006 01:21

Nudging for joanne Jayne


Philip Report 28 Aug 2006 07:49

Stephan, I'm after the Brighton area too. will let you know if I find one. Helen


Petrina Report 28 Aug 2006 11:22

Nudge :) Thanks everyone


TinaTheCheshirePussyCat Report 28 Aug 2006 12:01

Jolly good thread - bookmarking for future reference. Tina

Little Doris

Little Doris Report 29 Aug 2006 03:36

I would thank to Joanie on the boards She has help not only me but my elderly rellies, who had no IT skills or in my day the legs to walk round St Helens church yard not knowing without the infro that Joanie sent to to me that they were able to find where there loved ones were buried, i have been able from my computer do this and been able to forward it on. Thanks again. Opps i beacame a Grandma over the weekend what a beautilful feeling. Sorry if i have ignored anyone, but i am back. Doris. Thanks again Joanie.......


LindainHerriotCountry Report 5 Sep 2006 15:29

Liverpool and Mersey side graveyards and memorial inscriptions http://www.old-merseytimes*co*uk/Merseysidegraveyards.html replace * with dot


Mavis Report 5 Sep 2006 15:51



Alek Report 5 Sep 2006 16:50

GENUKI have a really comprehensive list of memorial inscriptions for Staffordshire churchyards. Have found loads of my rellies there.

Debi Coone

Debi Coone Report 5 Sep 2006 17:17

ABNEY PARK in London: Hackney - Stoke Newington - Dalston http://freepages.*genealogy.*rootsweb.*com/~abneypark/abneyy.*html REMOVE the *