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Offline Moscatella

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Re: Photography: Ivy Place Burial Ground
« Reply #9 on: Monday 12 November 12 09:31 GMT (UK) »
Hi Sarndra, 

I`ve checked my Stranraer MIs and the surname Lees(e) is not included for Ivy Place, although several stones are illegible or only semi-legible.

Linda

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Re: Photography: Ivy Place Burial Ground
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 05 January 14 14:59 GMT (UK) »


It might be too late now but there was a Kirk in the Morrisons car park which was demolished, opposite St Andrews Kirk, don't know if it had a burial ground though. There is a burial ground behind what was the TA centre in Belvilla St/Thistle St. which is only a hundred yards or so away from St Andrews.  It was a Kirk at one time and when the TA moved out it was reinstated as a Kirk. It can be seen on the google street thingy.

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Re: Photography: Ivy Place Burial Ground
« Reply #11 on: Monday 13 February 17 18:42 GMT (UK) »
Moscatella
Hi Linda, I have been reading your post RE Ivy Place Burial Ground and I have just found out that my 4x Great grandmother was buried there in 1859 and wondered if you could check for me to see if there is a mention? Her married name was Jane Roddick/Roddock/Rodduck ( maiden name Jane Craig) she died August 15th 1859 she lived at Mill Hill Street Stranraer. Any help most appreciated. :)
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Pattison Northumberland
Pallent Suffolk

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