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Offline JulzDS

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Burial Ground of Suddie
« on: Sunday 13 July 08 23:18 BST (UK) »
Can anyone tell me if there is any way of finding a listing of a possible burial there?

I have a death in 1858 and I'm convinced that the burial ground listed on the certificate says Burial ground of suddie and I'm wondering if that's possibly why I've not found any listings for the family in Avoch Cemetery as they may have all been (for some reason) buried there?

The burial I'm looking for is Robert Munro, died March 19th 1858 in Avoch aged 2 1/2. he was the son of James Munro and Mary Ann Munro M/s McFarquhar. They lived, I believe, in dock, Avoch.

Thanks in advance
Julz
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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #1 on: Monday 14 July 08 00:09 BST (UK) »
Hi JulzDS
The 'Highland Family History Society' may be able to help you. They published the MI's for Old Churchyard, Avoch.
I did double check the entries for Munro but can't see the burial you're after in Avoch.

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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #2 on: Monday 14 July 08 19:32 BST (UK) »
Hi Julz

I've got the book of MIs from Suddie Burial Ground (produced by the Highland Family History Society).

I've checked the entries and unfortunately there's not a Robert Munro, James Munro or a Mary Ann McFarquhar listed.

Just in case they might be elsewhere in the area, I've also checked the MI books for Kilmuir Burial Ground and Killearnan Churchyard and this family isn't listed in these either.

Sorry I can't be of more help.
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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #3 on: Monday 14 July 08 20:10 BST (UK) »
Thanks for the help.

He must have been buried in common ground or without a headstone as it's on his death certificate that he's buried at Suddie.

Thanks again all.

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Munro - Avoch
Patrick Delargy - Australia
McPhersons - Fort William & Abernethy
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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 05 August 08 12:18 BST (UK) »
hi there, somebody at Fortrose service point should be able to help you (because you have the death certificate).  burial records for "the Black Isle" are all kept there.

contact details:
Fortrose Service Point
Opening Hours
9:00 am - 12:30 pm / 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Black Isle Leisure Centre
Deans Road
Fortrose
IV10 8TJ

Tel: 01381 620797
Fax: 01381 621085

hope this helps...

kind regards,
Lorna.

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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #5 on: Monday 11 August 08 20:15 BST (UK) »
Thanks you all
Seenan's - Glasgow
Delargy's - Glasgow (Possilpark);
Lennons - Motherwell, Hamilton, Glasgow (Gorbals & D/Toun) & Pennsylvanua;
Gallachers - Bellshill & High Church.
Borland & Summers - Glasgow & North
Baxters & Walls - Glasgow & Dungannon
Munro - Avoch
Patrick Delargy - Australia
McPhersons - Fort William & Abernethy
Hamilton - Caithness & Inverness
Thomson - Caithness

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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 07 July 09 00:41 BST (UK) »
Hi


Can anyone tell me how to physically find Suddie Burial Ground?   I will be visiting Scotland in June.   Thanks


Can anyone help me with Suday Burial Ground which I think might be Suddie Burial Ground.  3 x Great grandfather Kenneth Stewart died in Charleston, in the parish on Knockbain, County of Ross on June 21, 1860.   His death was registered by his son Thomas.    His death certificate indicates he was buried in Suday Burying Ground.

Kenneth was a carpenter, cartwright and innkeeper.  All of his sons were carpenters.   Stewart has been spelt Stuart also on some documentation but on his death certificate and in the census from 1841 onwards, it has been spelt as Stewart.

Thank you. agj183
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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 08 July 09 00:33 BST (UK) »
Dear Chortlegirl


Hi   I don't know how to reply to you ......I'm new to Roots so this is probably the best way to respond.  Thank you.  I think there's a fair chance that Kenneth Stewart is the headstone that had departed this life 27 June 1860.    Do you think the spelling Suday is Suddie (from the death certificate).   

Now I suppose I better try and find out which member of the family died in 1872!   
I think his wife was dead unless he married a second time.   

Thank you very much for your help.   Kind regards  AGJ.

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Ross and Cromarty, Scotland: Stewart;
Luneburg, Germany in the 1900s:  Schlüter, Harms, Schilling, Bostelmann. Nebel;
Harburg, Germany in the 1900s: Himbeck,  Müller

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Re: Burial Ground of Suddie
« Reply #8 on: Wednesday 08 July 09 00:59 BST (UK) »
Hello

I have come across your query by mistake and the reply shich you have got for Suddie burial Ground. I can tell you that if the grave the other person refers to is the same then there is also a reference to another unkown person name not given in the same grave as having died - 19th ??1872.  - Might be the one you are looking for.