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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #315 on: Monday 26 June 17 18:16 BST (UK) »
From the attachments we got, below is the sections map for the cemetery:

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #316 on: Monday 26 June 17 18:19 BST (UK) »
I was just typing a reply when yours popped up, lol i still can't find it, my eyes are stinging !!isit in the c section ?
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #317 on: Monday 26 June 17 18:22 BST (UK) »
Again from the attachments, 8225 is in the one named 'B'. B is the section by the side entrace, opposite the lodge. From the listing of where 8225 shows, the grave looks to be pretty much in the middle of this area. On the schedule, look to the middle and there are some ring marks. 8225 is in this area. I will have time later on this week to have a better look. This area does not have many surviving stones.


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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #318 on: Monday 26 June 17 18:24 BST (UK) »
Got to shoot off for an hour or so....pilates  8)....catch up later. Have some photos I can add until I get a more accurate one later this week.

Monica  :)

ADDED: you can see from the clip how the lack of order in the numbering system doesn't help! Some sections do follow in order, most do not! Without this plan, it would be neigh on impossible wouldn't it...
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #319 on: Monday 26 June 17 18:45 BST (UK) »
B? ! no wonder  ;D thank your lad for looking :)
this is brilliant,
I was surprised how tight they are all packed in, never thought about it before, I wonder how they decided where to put those from the workhouse? would they have all been in the same area ?
enjoy your pilates, x
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #320 on: Monday 26 June 17 22:11 BST (UK) »
To give you an idea of how little is left in Area B in terms of stones, this is a comparable arial view of that area from google earth. The building bottom left is the old Lodge:

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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #321 on: Monday 26 June 17 22:12 BST (UK) »
From street level, this is a view of area B. The building to the right is the old lodge. The entrance is the main side entrance from the junction at Battersea Rise and Bolingbroke Grove, straight into area B.


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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #322 on: Monday 26 June 17 22:44 BST (UK) »
those are great thanks,
I wouldn't have thought they would put any marker, would they? I wonder how many he's sharing that hole with  :(
still can't believe you've been walking past him all this time  :)

slight tangent, i saw this print in a charity shop and thought of JBL as its that sort of era, and had to have it, it was only 1, and when I looked on the back , its got a label saying its the customs house at Liverpool Docks,  and as you may remember JBLs stepfather worked in customs at Liverpool , lol, spooky  :D  (it is darker in real life, i love it )
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Re: Lloyd London Mystery
« Reply #323 on: Tuesday 27 June 17 10:27 BST (UK) »
Hi Monica  ;)

Would you be able to post the plot layout on L&M resources?

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/london-middlesex-resources/

Might help other people.

Thanks

Dawn

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Sherry-Paddington & Marylebone,
Longhurst-Ealing & Capel, Abinger, Ewhurst & Ockley,
Chandler-Chelsea