Author Topic: Locating a Grave in Huddersfield  (Read 17631 times)

Offline Vivixster

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Re: Locating a Grave in Huddersfield
« Reply #72 on: Thursday 23 March 17 19:51 GMT (UK) »
Susan

I'm new to this and was responding to the original post from Libby.

Thanks
Vicky

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Re: Locating a Grave in Huddersfield
« Reply #73 on: Thursday 23 March 17 22:04 GMT (UK) »
Hi Susan

Job's headstone is still there, was laid flat down for safety with the inscription face down - 9 years ago (2008) I found the grave from records of Lockwood cemetery for Libby.
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Hello relative!
« Reply #74 on: Thursday 07 December 17 20:55 GMT (UK) »
Hi Libby,

I have just seen your post and it seems you are one of our relatives! My father is Geoffrey Cock (changed to Cox) and he still lives in Huddersfield, his great grandfather is also the Job Cock you are referring too (cabby Cock)!

Dad's friend has done some genealogy research and we have found the Cock tree back to 1707 and a photo of Job with his team which was interesting.

Dad's granddad was Job's son Joe. Please feel free to get in touch, would be brilliant to hear about you! my email is lisa_a_stringer@yahoo.co.uk

Best Wishes

Lisa