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Offline relatedtoturnips

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Caxton Baptist Chapel, Memorial Inscriptions
« on: Friday 21 October 16 16:08 BST (UK) »

Just letting folks know, ive completed the majority of memorial inscriptions (with images), on my small blog for Caxton Baptist Chapel.

https://genealogybitsblog.wordpress.com/

Hope it helps some people.

Turnip.

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Re: Caxton Baptist Chapel, Memorial Inscriptions
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 29 October 16 19:00 BST (UK) »
Hi Turnip,

What a job well done.

Thank for this .... whilst I haven't yet traced any ancestors as far as Caxton
(I am still hovering in Bourne) I shall know where to look if I do.

Once again Thank you.

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Re: Caxton Baptist Chapel, Memorial Inscriptions
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 29 October 16 20:27 BST (UK) »
It'll help somebody, at some time, when they least expected it :)

I've got a bunch in the Caxton Registration District and one unfathomable "lost person" last seen at the workhouse there (as per my current footer list/Oct 2016) ... so off to see if any names are relevant/ring a bell for me :)

Well done; it's a lot bigger job than anybody could imagine isn't it!
Related to: Lots of people!
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Mostly Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, some Kent. Listed below are the fuzzy ends of my trees ~1790-1800:
KNT: Lucas, Relf/Ralph
CAM: Stokes
HUN: Finding/Finden
Elizabeth Long/Elizabeth Wilson/Elizabeth Long Wilson, b 1889 Caxton .... where did you go?
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Also, seeking what happened to Sgt S Bennett RAF Service Number 548434, bandmaster.

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Re: Caxton Baptist Chapel, Memorial Inscriptions
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 30 October 16 07:17 GMT (UK) »

Thanks to you both!  ;D. Im working on a PDF file, so the details will be downloadable.

Cheers.

Turnip.

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Re: Caxton Baptist Chapel, Memorial Inscriptions
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 30 October 16 08:31 GMT (UK) »

Just letting folks know, ive completed the majority of memorial inscriptions (with images), on my small blog for Caxton Baptist Chapel.

https://genealogybitsblog.wordpress.com/

Hope it helps some people. Thankyou so much, these projects take time, well done, Margaret

Turnip.