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National Burial Index Lookups

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~Von~ Report 7 Oct 2003 22:41

Hi Sharon, Cumberland isn't on the discs I'm afraid. The records for the 1900s are rather patchy anyway. The 1800s are well covered. Information given is date of death, full name, age at death and place where they were buried. Hope this helps for future. Sorry I couldn't help on this one.

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 7 Oct 2003 23:21

hi Yvonne; My brain must be addled from looking up VRI's. The Last name for Joseph in glouc is Walker after 1837 Thanks


~Von~ Report 8 Oct 2003 10:26

Hi Teresa, Have found these:- Joseph Walker 29.4.1837 73 Moreton in Marsh, St. David " " 28.3.1838 63 Alderley, St. Kenhelm " " 13.8.1839 35 Thornbury, St. Mary " " 5.6.1861 1 Broadwell, St. Paul Joseph Clements Walker 6.2.1853 6 Broadwell, St. Paul William Joseph Walker 16.3.1852 56 Southrop, St. Peter Hope you find the one you want. Yvonne Report 8 Oct 2003 12:56

thank you Yvonne for trying to help me!


Unknown Report 8 Oct 2003 13:01

Hi, Don't know if you have Wiltshire and how you do the lookups, I'm asking as a long shot and is quite an unusual name so hoping there won't be many! I'm looking for a William Springford born 1845 Rowde. Last child born in late 1880s and can't find him on census's after 1881. Is it possible for u to look up deaths on William Springford after say, 1885 and I could maybe eliminate some through their ages? Last heard of in Swindon, if this is possible I would be very grateful!! Sarah


~Von~ Report 8 Oct 2003 14:54

Hi Sarah, There's nothing listed for William Springford. Sorry I couldn't help. There's only 145,000 records for Wiltshire so it is not a complete list of burials. Yvonne


~Von~ Report 8 Oct 2003 14:58

Hi Peter, There's nothing for Derham at all in Bradford. There are very few records for the 1900s and only one church in Bradford is listed. Sorry I couldn't help. Yvonne


Unknown Report 8 Oct 2003 16:43

Hi Yvonne, Thanks for taking the time anyway!! I appreciate it! Sarah

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 8 Oct 2003 17:01

Hi Yvonne; Thanks for the help. ?I will check these Walkers out


Jonathan Report 18 Jun 2008 07:53

Hi Yvonne, Could you do a lookup for me please?The name is GEORGE DOEL,born 1834, parents JOHN DOEL AND JANE (HUNTLEY) in NORTH BRADLEY WILTS.He is on the 1841 CENSUS BUT NOT ON THE 1851 CENSUS.Another child was born to the same parents in 1849 also named GEORGE, my GRANDFATHER.We think that the first George died between 1841 and 1849 but we can't find any record of his death.
We have the BIRTH AND WEDDING CERTIFICATES FOR GEORGE b 1849 and is spot on, but we would like to have the DEATH CERTIFICATE FOR GEORGE b 1834 to put him to rest,if you know what I mean.
Thank you


Jacqueline Report 18 Jun 2008 12:07

This post was started in 2003 and only added to today! Is this offer still available?

If it is do you have Lancashire Adlington in particular?