Author Topic: St Elphins Church Warrington  (Read 1172 times)

Offline Gaille

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St Elphins Church Warrington
« on: Saturday 12 June 10 18:46 BST (UK) »
Hi,

Is there anyone around that lives near St Elphins Church please?

Most of my Bibby & Savage families were parishoners here, I have Christenings, Marriages and Burials there.

Does anyone know what condition the gravestones are in?

I cant get there very easily, so I wanted to see what condition the graves are in before I persuade someone to take me.
I looked on Google to see if I could tell, I can see there are some headstones standing, but as the church is set back from the road you cant actually 'look' in from Google Street view.

Thanks

Gaille
Manchester Bate(s) / Bebbington / Coppock or Coppart / Evans / Mitchell / Prince / Smith

Cheshire Latchford Bibby / Savage / Smith.
Cheshire Macclesfield, Bollington & Rainow Childs / Flint / Mc'rea
Cheshire Crewe Bate(s) / Bebbington
Shropshire Wellington, Wobwell Smith
Walsall Midds Smith
Norfolk - Childs / Hanwell / Smith

Also looking for:
Mc'Rea/McCrea Ireland to Cheshire

And
any relatives of Margaret Bibby married to Thomas Smith all over country

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Offline Andy Bibby

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Re: St Elphins Church Warrington
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 04 October 17 05:20 BST (UK) »
Hi Gaille.
My name is Andy Bibby
You were looking for info on Edward Charles Bibby 1888-1899 he is buried in Warrington cemetery. He was the first born of Edward Bibby 1875-1955 and Lizzie (Goult) 1877-1951
There are 8 persons in the grave. Edward and Lizzie 2nd son Alfred 1900-1990 married to May Eleanor Savage 1901-1988 was my grandfather and grandmother.
 Regards Andy.

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