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Offline philedj

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National Memorial Card Index
« on: Monday 21 August 06 10:12 BST (UK) »
I have over 6,000 memorial cards in this Index, covering all counties. I may have a card for one of your ancestors. I can check any names but please let me know which county they were living in when they died, since the Index is arranged by county (and is not computerised!).

For a look up request please start a new topic in the CENSUS and RESOURCE LOOKUP REQUEST board.


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Offline Willow 4873

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Re: National Memorial Card Index
« Reply #1 on: Monday 21 August 06 10:38 BST (UK) »
Hiya Phil and welcome to Rootschat!

What a brilliant offer!

How far back do the memorial cards go to? My ancestors had a habit of moving about a lot so I will have to let you know who was where and when

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Researching: Hilton (Wolverhampton & Tamworth) , Simkiss & Mears (Wolverhampton & ?) Bowkett & Nash (Ledbury & Wolverhampton) Knight & Beard (Gloucestershire), Colley (Tibberton) Hoggins (Willenhall) Jones (Bilston), Harris & Bourne (Droitwich) Matthews (Wolverhampton & High Offley) Partridge (Monmouthshire)
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Re: National Memorial Card Index
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 24 August 06 11:04 BST (UK) »
Sorry, I should have said that the Memorial Cards cover the period 1845 to 1990 approximately, although I have very few from the earlier years or later years.
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