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Somerset / Looking for Neil. C mitchell, of yeovil
« on: Yesterday at 21:28 »
Dear Neil
I am doing a family tree for Leaton and your ancestor was Patricia Ann who would connect us
Can you please contact me to collaborate
Regards Jenny Bailey

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London and Middlesex / Re: Grave photos
« on: Tuesday 23 March 21 08:59 GMT (UK)  »
I want to thank Chris for his reply and offer.
(For the information of others searching.)
I have found that “the friends of Nunhead Cemetery”  are very helpful and would suggest anyone
Needing information about graves should contact them on the Nunhead website.
Also on FLIKA photos website there are hundreds of photos of the graves in this cemetery,
I wasn’t lucky in my search on that site but hope others maybe.
Regards Jenny

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Family Bibles / Buckfield family bible
« on: Monday 01 March 21 18:59 GMT (UK)  »
I have a Buckfield family bible and believe there are more of these in the uk.
Do you have one??????
Regards Jenny

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London and Middlesex / Re: Grave photos
« on: Monday 01 March 21 18:23 GMT (UK)  »
Dear Chris
I got the information from Southwark burial system
They sent me a map as well which is too big to send you. I can email it to you if ok.
The square is next to a path, they said graves may be buried in varying degrees of undergrowth.
I would appreciate any help you can offer.
Regards Jenny

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London and Middlesex / Grave photos
« on: Monday 01 March 21 15:05 GMT (UK)  »
I have recently found where my grandad Herbert blenkinsopp Leaton, was buried, 13th March 1919, 
alongside his parents. Jane and William.
Herbert died as a result of the Spanish flu whilst transporting foreign Troops back to British colonies after WW1, he was an engineer on a hospital ship which was then seconded to return these men to their homes. Many of his fellow crew members also died as a result of the Flu.
I wondered if anyone would be able to locate and take a photo of the grave for me.
I am disabled and also the covid issue is stopping me travelling to London.
The information is as follows:-
Nunhead cemetery Southwark, London
Square 113/30673

Regards Jenny


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London and Middlesex / Re: Grave of my grandad
« on: Sunday 20 December 20 18:11 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you all for replies

I have found the email for the church and asked again if anyone could find the plaque, and maybe email me a phone photograph.

Asked a friend to login to the grave site and have the info. The grave in Nunhead is correct.
Contains 3 persons, Herbert died 1919 and his Mother Jane died 1913 also Father William died 1912.

Thank you all again for your help.

Regards Jenny

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London and Middlesex / Re: Grave of my grandad
« on: Sunday 20 December 20 15:02 GMT (UK)  »
Dear Gibel
Thank you for the seaman’s information.
My husband and I went to the church about 8 years ago and couldn’t find the plaque.
Then a member of the seaman’s mission came in and we asked if he knew of it, he said no and
It maybe in a private area of the church.
I emailed the seaman’s mission on my return home and was told they didn’t have time to look.
So had to give up.
Its no longer possible for me to go back to London as I am severely disabled.
 Regards Jenny

 

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London and Middlesex / Re: Grave of my grandad
« on: Sunday 20 December 20 14:57 GMT (UK)  »
Dear Rosie
Thank you very much for your reply
I opened the link you sent me and entered the name and date and the information came up
With cost of the grave entry of £2.00
But them it ask me to login which I did and then I had to put the name and date in again.
And it said there was no such entry.

Very weird or maybe a con to make me pay a search fee.
Have you had trouble with them.
There is no way of contacting them directly.
Regards Jenny





Regards Jenny

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London and Middlesex / Grave of my grandad
« on: Sunday 20 December 20 13:19 GMT (UK)  »
I am looking for a possible burial of my grandfather in the St Michael Paternoster Royal church,
London in March 1919.
Herbert Blenkinsopp Leaton. Born 1891 London
Lived in Red bull yard, Upper Thames street. (His last address prior to sailing.)
He died March 1919 in Grantham, Scotland and was an engineer on a hospital ship called “China”during WW1
His death was due to the great Flu epidemic 1918-1919. His body was returned to London after his death

Also there is supposed to be a plaque to him in the church,
Can any one shed any light on my searches.

Regards Jenny

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