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National Burial Index Lookups

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~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 19:49

I have the Nation Burial Index CDs if anyone is interested. There are some counties on them which are not already covered by familyhistoryonline. Dates from 1538. Yvonne

Dawn

Dawn Report 2 Oct 2003 19:57

Yvonne Would you be able to look up two deaths for me in the Buckinghamshire area? The first one is an Emmanuel Norris from the Ibstone/Turville area . He died around 1858. The other is his wife Leah Norris who was on the 1861 census as being a widow. I don't have a clue when she died or where she is buried. Many thanks Sarah

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:00

Hi Elton. Sorry there's no sign of him. I think coverage is a bit sparse for the 1900s. Yvonne

Jacqui

Jacqui Report 2 Oct 2003 20:01

Hi Yvonne - excuse my ignorance but does the Index cover the Hampshire or Nottinghamshire areas? If so I would be grateful for some look-ups, if not - then thanks for the offer no doubt you will be inundated with requests. Jacqui

Anna

Anna Report 2 Oct 2003 20:03

hiya Yvonne,if you have time could you please look up any Macbeths buried in Sunderland,Monkwearmouth or Bishopwearmouth from 1700-1900.Do you need specific names or can you just do a general name search? Thanks Anna

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:07

Hi Sarah, Sorry, there are no Norris records for either of the areas. Would you like me to run a check on Bucks as a whole? Yvonne

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:15

Hi Anna. the only ones listed are as follows John Macbeth 2.4.1847 3months Sth Shields Holy Trinity Thomas Macbeth 17.1.1847 2 yrs " " Eleanor Mary Macbeth 1.10.1893 10 months Hartlepool Old Cemetery Robert Macbeth 9.8.1856 33 yrs Sth. Shields Holy Trinity Yvonne

Maxine

Maxine Report 2 Oct 2003 20:15

Hi Yvonne I'm not sure how your CDs search works, or if you just have to trawl through. I am interested in Worthington and Stafford, Dissington, Holland and Trivett in Staffordshire (Stoke-on-trent and Stafford to be precise) If you get round to me let me know and I'll let you have specfic names and aproximate dates I would be reallygrateful, but understand if you get swamped! Regards and Many thanks Maxine

Dawn

Dawn Report 2 Oct 2003 20:16

Hi Yvonne That would be very kind if you could check Bucks area. Thanks Ever So Much Sarah

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:16

Hi Jacqueline, Hampshire is covered but not Nottingham so fire away!! Yvonne

Anna

Anna Report 2 Oct 2003 20:19

thanks for that Yvonne,unfortunately none of them are mine.There are plenty of them born but we cant seem to find their deaths anywhere!! Thanks again

Jacqui

Jacqui Report 2 Oct 2003 20:25

Thanks for that - if you could try Hampshire for anyone with the surname SUTER in the Alverstoke area I would be grateful - I'm beginning to think they are under ye olde patio!! Jacqui

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:37

Hi Ruth. Bear with me. these will come in batches! Northamptonshire Tews Catherine 18.10.1825 50 Woodford Halse Frederic 15.1.1818 18w " John 18.10.1819 46 Northampton Mary 7.1.1814 74 Braybrooke Mary 7.9.1814 80 Chipping Warden Mary 7.11.1817 80 Woodford Halse William 3.6.1813 67 " No Eastments Bucks Tews Anne 17.11.1822 58 Gawcott Corbett 30.12.1816 28 Shalstone Catherina 5.4.1817 68 Eton Edward 4.9.1818 84 Eton George 28.9.1825 2m Gawcott Hannah 31.12.1822 12 Shalstone Joice 25.2.1813 1 " Martha 26.4.1815 28 " William 29.11.1815 7 " William 30.3.1819 4d " Alice 8.5.1817 33 Grendon Underwood Elizabeth 2.10.1816 36 " Elizabeth 18.7.1819 - Twyford Susannah 25.2.1816 55 " William 2.5.1815 - Grendon Underwood

Yvette

Yvette Report 2 Oct 2003 20:39

Hi Yvonne What a kind offer! I would be really grateful if you could take a look on your cd's and see if you can find anything on the name Elliff in the Croydon, Surrey area please. As i am not sure what dates you can search for i am interested in anything from 1840 onwards. Regards Yvette

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:41

Hi Maxine, It would be easier if you can supply names and approx. dates. Blanket searches on some areas can bring up rather a lot!! Yvonne

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:46

Hi Sarah. Emmanuel and Leah are not listed at all. There are about 50-60 Norris records given for Bucks as a whole. If you'd like them I'll email them to you tomorrow. Yvonne

Emma

Emma Report 2 Oct 2003 20:46

Hi Yvonne, Is Derbyshire included on the NBI? Emma.

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:52

Hi Jacqueline, Nothing I'm afraid. Hampshire seems to only have one place listed - Combe (I think) Yvonne

Maxine

Maxine Report 2 Oct 2003 20:53

Hi Yvonne I knew you would need more detail, but I didn't want to assume you would get around to me!So I waited until you asked. So here goes William Dissington Stoke on trent died around 1834 (but date not exact) Thomas and Clara Worthington Stoke on trent - buried Hanley cemetery late 1920s, early 1930s Vincent Holland, could be either Stafford or Stoke on Trent, died 13th March 1877. John and Ann Worthington - Stoke-on-trent , suspect Hanley cemetery, sometime between 1881 and 1901 (sorry can't be more specific) Thomas and Mary Dissington , Stoke-on-trent again sometime between 1881 and 1901 Walter and Mary Trivett, probably Hanley Stoke-on-trent, late 1920s, early 1930s The above would be a great help - if the dates are too vague don't worry -just leave them, I'll be grateful for any info you can give me. Many Thanks Maxine

~Von~

~Von~ Report 2 Oct 2003 20:54

Hi Emma, Yes but only 7,000 but you can give it a try! Yvonne