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Re: Greenwich cemetery - any gravestones of the Ruegg family?
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 14 August 16 17:10 BST (UK) »
Hello Xanthe,

The photo is of Grave No. 2nd.Con.3596, Helen (1914), Edward William (1923) and Edith Rose (1968). That is the only gravestone you will find, but I have located two of the other three graves and have a fair idea where the third may be.

The photo below is looking towards the location of Grave No. 3rd Con. A67 where William (1914) is buried.

Bear with me as I have just got back from a second trip to Greenwich. It may take me a few days to put all the info and photos together.

Phil

Sussex: Satcher (Hamsey) and Gatton (East Grinstead)
Leicestershire: Pratt
South Wales: Evans (Neath)
Poland: Gonet, Deren

Forest Row: War Memorial and Camp WW1
Lewisham War Memorials & WW1 Graves

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Re: Greenwich cemetery - any gravestones of the Ruegg family?
« Reply #10 on: Monday 15 August 16 21:05 BST (UK) »
Xanthe,

I have bundled up the photos on my Dropbox. If you PM me your email address, I will forward you the links.

As you can see from below, they are scattered all over the cemetery.

Phil
Sussex: Satcher (Hamsey) and Gatton (East Grinstead)
Leicestershire: Pratt
South Wales: Evans (Neath)
Poland: Gonet, Deren

Forest Row: War Memorial and Camp WW1
Lewisham War Memorials & WW1 Graves

Census information is Crown Copyright  http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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