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Offline Malcolm Peck

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Peck familygrave sites
« on: Thursday 13 April 17 09:40 BST (UK) »
My Peck family has members that died in Warringtn Lancs in the1920 to1930's (and earlier).  How do I find out where they were buried?

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Offline Girl Guide

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Re: Peck familygrave sites
« Reply #1 on: Monday 29 May 17 14:19 BST (UK) »
Found four Pecks buried in Warrington from the below website

http://burialrecords.warrington.gov.uk/


B/C Number   Date   Deceased   Age   Service   Cemetery   Section   Grave
6365   31/10/1921   Annie Peck   30 Years   Burial Direct to Grave   Warrington Cemetery   RC (Section X)   1106
6433   28/11/1921   Annie Peck   -1 Years   Burial Direct to Grave   Warrington Cemetery   RC (Section X)   1106
543   22/01/1953   Charles Alexandra Peck   77 Years   Burial Direct to Grave   Warrington Cemetery   RC (Section X)   1106
3544   01/04/1937   Margaret Rose Peck   17 Years   Burial Direct to Grave   Warrington Cemetery   RC (Section X)   1106

Bit squashed up but hope you can work out what's what.

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