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Essex / Re: County Asylum Cemetery
« on: Sunday 25 June 23 02:03 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Keldon for your message really appreciate your help, was able to locate the records but yes unfortunately was not able to find my GGG Grandfather, hopefully one day will be able to find his final resting spot.

Essex / Re: County Asylum Cemetery
« on: Thursday 08 June 23 07:33 BST (UK)  »
Would someone be able to post link to the online Warley burial register at the ERO please, I can't seem to find it and would love to see if my GGG Grandfather James Hurst is on it, James died 1901 at the Essex County Asylum but unable to find where he was buried so far.


World War One / Re: Fairbanks - War Of 1812 Casualties
« on: Friday 10 June 22 03:38 BST (UK)  »
Thank you very much Neale1961

World War One / Fairbanks - War Of 1812 Casualties
« on: Friday 10 June 22 02:46 BST (UK)  »
Hello, hoping someone may be able to help with further information or point me in the right direction regarding Charles Fairbanks that was killed in Action during the War of 1812, apart from the below information on Find My Past can't seem to find any further records of his time serving, would love to learn more about his service if possible.

Charles Fairbanks
Company officer Captain Peter Moyle
Company number 1
Birth place Stone Stafford
Removal date 30 Dec 1813
Former occupation Labourer
Manner of removal Killed in Action
Year 1813
Record set British Army, War Of 1812 Casualties
Rank Private
Regiment or Unit 8th (King's) Regiment Of Foot - 1st Battalion
Place or action Blackrock


Suffolk / St James, South Elmham Grave Photo's
« on: Sunday 21 November 21 01:43 GMT (UK)  »
Hi, have several of my Crickmore ancestors buried at the St James Church in South Elmham, Suffolk, all from what I believe have headstones, would love to see photo's of their graves, have sent for photo requests through Find a Grave but as I don't know the grave details not sure if the requests will get fulfilled, is there anyone in the area or a certain website that you can make requests such as historical society's that have volunteers that are happy to wonder the grounds looking for my family members, big ask I know but living in Australia I'm never going to be able to do it myself, although that would be a dream.


Australia Lookups completed / Re: Blackdown House
« on: Saturday 13 October 18 02:05 BST (UK)  »
Hi, sorry put never did find anything further on Blackdown House but will keep you mind if I do come across something.


Thankyou, nothing in his war records about being a POW, he was wounded in action though, gun shot to left thigh and leg.


Thanks Viktoria, was told it was my G Grandfather but think it was a bit of a guess as photo wasn't named, he was in the first world war and photo could be taken on the land he was given, photo attached is of him in 1917, hard to say if it's the same person, there are similarities (moustache)


Suffolk / Re: CRICKMORE, all of the St. Elmham's
« on: Tuesday 19 September 17 07:15 BST (UK)  »
Thankyou Susan, my Crickmore's have been nothing but a nightmare since I started, brick walls from day one but slowly working my way through it, thankyou for the link, will have a look :)


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