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Memorial Inscriptions for German burials? GREGGOR
« on: Thursday 26 June 14 00:56 BST (UK) »
Is there a Memorial Inscription for:

John Caesar GREGGOR - b1862 - d1936

and his wife

Elizabeth Deborah (Lizzie) (nee Hall) GREGGOR - b1866 - d1947

Thank you

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Re: Memorial Inscriptions for German burials? GREGGOR
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 28 June 14 10:44 BST (UK) »
German   New   Graveyard   burials /   John Caesar Greggor of Beach Street / Peel buried  20th Dec.

1936/ aged 74years/ //// Elizabeth Deborah Greggor of  The Hope, St. Johns buried 9th May  1947 / aged 82years.

MI   Grave   no. 1115

In loving memory of/ JOHN   CAESAR  GREGGOR / who died Dec. 17th  1936/aged 78  years/ also

ELIZABETH  DEBORAH /wife of the above/ who died May 7th 1947/  aged 82 years/

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Re: Memorial Inscriptions for German burials? GREGGOR
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 28 June 14 22:18 BST (UK) »
James Hall (from your prev query) was illeg c/o James Hall and Mary Bailey bapt Kk German (ie Peel) 18341130- Mary died shortly after birth bur KK German 18341126  age 22 (Mary was d/o Edward Bailey + Mary Corkill wch fam brought up James )- the presentment for fornication reads "fil by oath of midwife on James Hall of Douglas" (James would appear to have another illeg child by Cath Mylrea in 1835 but Douglas churches had stopped presentments for fornication by then so no confirmation same James) - can't find James in 1841 census tho

There is a burial for a James Hall age 35 in Lezayre 18410325 age 35 (no additional in in bur reg)
any thing with a Manx Connection

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Re: Memorial Inscriptions for German burials? GREGGOR
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 29 June 14 22:53 BST (UK) »
Dear Voirrey M, and  Frances_mnb,

I can't thank you enough for this gold mine of amazing information you have both provided for these members of the James HALL (1837-1910) family! Questions answered! Brick wall broken through! Now able to do research on the BAILEY side of his family. Very, very grateful.

Thanks again,
Sincerely, Carol :)

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Re: Memorial Inscriptions for German burials? GREGGOR
« Reply #4 on: Monday 30 June 14 00:06 BST (UK) »
Edward (bapt German 17891122) s/o Wm Bailey + Cath Callister (can't find this marr but there was a marr Wm Baily to Elizabeth Callister Rushen 17760713 with Wm noted as widower and both of Rushen - don't have any prev marr for Wm tho)
Cath bur Ger 18020319 when noted of Peel- no Will - ?bur of Wm  unless in Arbory - Bailey is a Scottish name
any thing with a Manx Connection