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Re: Trying to find ~ Burial in Edgmond, Newport
« Reply #9 on: Friday 21 July 06 14:32 BST (UK) »
Hi Kayrey
Thank you so much for taking the time to reply.
This is the family I have been trying to find burials for.

Can you please comfirm if their daughter Christiana is buried here also.
Christiana born 30th Nov' 1888.

I am also trying to find the rest of Christopher & Lavinia's children
John Thomas b 1874
Harry/Henry b 1880
Ernest b 1884
Alice Maud Phillips (married name) b 1891
Albert b 1896


Many thanks
Sue
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Re: Trying to find ~ Burial in Edgmond, Newport
« Reply #10 on: Monday 24 July 06 18:04 BST (UK) »
Hello Sue       All information is to do with St Peter's Church, Edgmond - not the Methodist Church.
1. Christiana W.  Full MI in my reply of17/07/06 starts "In loving memory of Christiana".  No dates given for her on MI.  She was buried on 6th October 1917 aged 28. (From Burial Register)
2.  John Thomas W. of Summerhil,l Edgmond Road, NEWPORT died aged 88 and was buried on 1 Jan. 1963  (From burial register)
3.  Harry W. of Playdale, Edgmond died aged 83 and was buried on 9 May 1963.  (Burial register)
4.  Ernest W. was probably born before Christopher and Lavinia came to Edgmond.  No further information.
5.  Alice Maud W. was born on 18 Nov. 1891 and baptised on 22 Jan. 1892.  Marriage not found.
6.  MABEL Wright was born 13 Feb. 1893 and baptised on 3 March 1893.  On 26 April 1916 she married FREDERICK DIX.
7.  Albert W. born and baptised on 18 March 1896 according to the Baptism register.  In this one case his father,
Christopher W., is referred to as Farmer rather than Licensed Victualler. 
8.  SYDNEY born 28 April 1897 and baptised on 22 May 1897.  He was buried on 18 July 1897 aged 10 weeks.
Keith - My father was born in Co Sligo.     
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Re: Trying to find ~ Burial in Edgmond, Newport
« Reply #11 on: Monday 24 July 06 21:04 BST (UK) »
Addendum to 7. above
Abert W. aged 84was cremated at Shrewsbury on 8 Jan. 1981.  His address was given as Tunstall Hall, Market Drayton.  His ashes were buried in Edgmond church yard.
This is from the burial register.  The burial place is shown on the churchyard plan.
Keith
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Re: Trying to find ~ Burial in Edgmond, Newport
« Reply #12 on: Monday 24 July 06 23:57 BST (UK) »
Thank you Keith...this is great to have all this info.
Children, Mabel & Sydney are new to me.

Again, thanks for your time.

Sue
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Re: Trying to find ~ Burial in Edgmond, Newport
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 09 February 17 22:22 GMT (UK) »
Kay - Just wondered if there might be a listing for a Walter Thomas Edwards. Someone on the rootsweb messageboards says he has discovered that Walter Thomas Edwards was buried in Edgmond.... found this posting and thought I'd reply for him....