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Jan

Jan Report 30 Apr 2004 21:10

http://www.mancuniensis.info/index.htm Cemetary in Barton upon Irwell,Salford Manchester. Sadly now a block of flats and car park unbeliveable isn't it! Jan x

Unknown

Unknown Report 3 May 2004 14:53

George in Solihull Thank you thank you thank you. I have found the joint grave of my great-grandparents in Richmond and the information looks like it was only added last Tuesday! Yippee! Happy hunting Helen.

Richard in Perth

Richard in Perth Report 4 May 2004 07:48

This site is the official Metropolitan Cemeteries Board of Western Australia. Searchable by name: http://mcb(.)wa(.)gov(.)au/NameSearch/GenResearch.html

Shelli4

Shelli4 Report 4 May 2004 11:42

helen, have mailed you about richmond Shelli

Patricia

Patricia Report 4 May 2004 12:00

I have also tried the Richmond site but cannot get on it.

George

George Report 9 May 2004 00:41

http://www.waveney.gov.uk/cemetery/cemetery.htm cemeteries in the waveney area of lancashire George

Sylvia

Sylvia Report 15 May 2004 11:52

Patricia try this for Richmond. http://www.richmond.gov.uk/burials I found my great aunt and uncle on here..brilliant site, thanks George Sylvia

Sylvia

Sylvia Report 15 May 2004 11:54

Patricia try this for Richmond. http://www.richmond.gov.uk/burials I found my great aunt and uncle on here..brilliant site, thanks George Sylvia

Foxyfeline

Foxyfeline Report 24 May 2004 11:26

nudge, interesting site!!

Pumphrey

Pumphrey Report 24 May 2004 19:34

I'm currently working on a project just to help people out (not proper transcribing)! I have covered about 1/2 of St. John's Churchyard in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent and have recently started on Hartshill Cemetery, Stoke-on-Trent (and i do mean JUST started). I have begun adding it to a website but not being a whizz with the old PC I haven't yet figured out how to get it "out there". In the meantime, If anyone thinks they may have a rellie in the above two cemeteries, let me know and I'll tell you if I find them. P.S. Email me direct as I may forget to check the thread. Pam

Kelly

Kelly Report 24 May 2004 21:59

Hi Anyone know any good cemetry websites. Covering whats now known as West Yorkshire. More specifically the Halifax area??? Thanks in advance Kelly

George

George Report 8 Jun 2004 23:46

another one! http://www.geocities.com/whittakergen/notts/cems/index.htm Nottingham Church (Rock) Cemetery, St. Ann's Valley

Christine in Herts

Christine in Herts Report 29 Aug 2004 12:58

Copied my Beds/Bucks message over: Please note that the curators of Bushey Museum (http://www(.)busheymuseum(.)org/) are in the process of logging all the Memorial Inscriptions in Bushey Parish Church graveyard. (BUSHEY is in SW HERTS, between Watford and Stanmore.) They don't intend to put the detail onto the web - it is too massive a project (and, I suspect, they believe in no-pain-no-gain) - but they do already have a card index for a great deal of the churchyard. There is a possibility that they'll put the MI index onto the web, once they've got all the info together so that you'll know whether there's a likelihood of finding what you're after. If anyone has a particular belief that a Bushey MI will solve their current research problem, and they can't make it here themselves to visit the (excellent) Museum or the area, then I could try to do some looking-up but it won't necessarily be instant because of other commitments. UKBMD includes a links to MI/cemetery websites and have picked up this link I found for a couple of places in South Cornwall: http://www*gorran-haven*com/history*htm It has parish records including sets of MI records. Christine

Christine in Herts

Christine in Herts Report 4 Sep 2004 22:44

I was just trying out links to see if I could spot anything encouraging for Jacqueline, the HURTLEY researcher, when I found this link: edrh(.)rhpl(.)richmondhill(.)on(.)ca/cemeteries/ It's a North America link with cemetery photos, searchable by name. You don't need www at the front. cheers Christine

Poolie Girl

Poolie Girl Report 27 Sep 2004 13:19

Not a huge amount for what I want but found three rellies so not bad. www.interment.net features american, australian, NZ, canadian, some European countries as well as the UK. Not complete lists, entered by various researchers so you probably only get the names they were looking for and perhaps a few graves in the vicinity but worth having a look. One to keep an eye on as more records are entered. Beth :)

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 27 Sep 2004 15:13

If you are looking for Portsmouth cemeteries the address is www(.)Portsmouth.gov.uk There is not a list on here but if you write to Kingston cemetery (for example) with known details, date of death, name, age, place etc, as much as possible they will e mail you the info. Ann Glos

Sue

Sue Report 28 Sep 2004 13:12

Saffron Walden (Essex) Cemetery records can now be accessed on-line at the Uttlesford District Council website at www(.)uttlesford(.)gov(.)uk Go to "what can I do on-line on this site?" - then to "search the cemetery records". The service is free of charge and also includes a map of plot numbers.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 28 Sep 2004 15:45

Anyone researching Cann in Dorset. I have the full transcription of Cann Parish Church cemetery. If you think you have someone buried ther ( there are 292 graves) send me an e mail and I will check. Ann Glos

Jan

Jan Report 29 Sep 2004 10:48

I am looking for a website of St Lawrence Churchyard Chobham Surrey. ANYTHING PLEASE e mail me I will be most grateful. Thank you Jan in Oz

Chris from Kent

Chris from Kent Report 29 Sep 2004 12:51

Did anyone see the following message from Google regarding Kent cemetary /Research/Libr/MIs/ scott site:http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk Copy and paste to google search - remember to leave one space before surname and one after. (My name was scott) Google then searches all the cemetaries for you. Chris