1 edition of Monumental inscriptions St. Mark"s Church, Flecknoe, Warwickshire. found in the catalog.
Monumental inscriptions St. Mark"s Church, Flecknoe, Warwickshire.
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I have had a look in the book of monumental inscriptions but there are none listed mentioning members of this family. There is one to a William Mudie who died on 23 October aged This stone is next to a stone to John Mudie, physician, who died on 18 March aged 69 and his wife Helen Turnbull who died on 22 August aged ?topic= How to search. Our database contains information on ab cemeteries and memorials worldwide where Commonwealth casualties from the two world wars are ://
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Monumental Inscriptions for Flecknoe St Mark's and Willoughby St Nicholas List of surnames taken from the fiche of Monumental Inscriptions for St Marks church in Flecknoe, Warwickshire and St Nicholas Church, in Willoughby, Warwickshire Fiche number I sold by Hemsworth Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions Book 1 (includes St Helen Church & Churchyard) Pontefract FHS.
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Monumental Inscriptions Shelton St. Marks ChurchThis is a downloadable pdf file There is no date period for our Monumental Inscriptions Flecknoe Warwickshire Births, Marriages and Deaths Indexes Online. Local BMD Indexes, Family History, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Monumental Inscriptions, Civil Registration, GRO Indexes, BMD, BDM, UK to censuses.
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York" See other formats William Spink of Dalby, co. York, gent.-To be buried in Dalby church, or in any other church where it shall please God I shall dye ; and a large stone to be laid over me, with an inscription of my name.-To the Hospitall of St.
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Strood Church M.I.s & other information with Index of names Back to Churchyards listed. Monumental Inscriptions of St Nicholas Church, Strood - recorded by D. E. Williams Introduction. Taken at the start of the 20th century, this photograph will include some of the headstones now in the south west corner and some of the ledger stones which still remain in this general area, and also Illustrations.
RIB I was illustrated by line-drawings within the text, with only 54 items appearing in the plates at the end.
RIB III benefits from advances in book-production which make it feasible to illustrate items within the text by a photograph as well as a line-drawing. The two media have been deliberately kept apart, with drawings almost always being made directly from the stone itself He served in this capacity until his death on August 2, He was buried in the St Andrew Parish Church yard, and Philip Wright, in Monumental Inscriptions of Jamaica, records the inscription on a memorial tablet in the church.
This tablet, and the newspaper accounts of his funeral, mention his participation in an engagement during the Maori