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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 19 December 19 15:55 GMT (UK) »
Park Street it is, and surname transcribed as PEALINGS  :-* :-*
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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 19 December 19 15:58 GMT (UK) »
But that address was c1939 and she did not die until 1986. 

Her husband died in 1963, she could be living anywhere in Derby reg district when she died
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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 19 December 19 16:02 GMT (UK) »
Her death certificate would help in tracing where she is buried/cremated.  Or even George's certificate, as there is always the assumption that they are together.  :-\

Transcriptions and NBI are merely finding aids.  They are NOT a substitute for original record entries.
Remember - "They'll be found when they want to be found" !!!
If you don't ask the question, you won't get an answer.
He/she who never made a mistake, never made anything.
Archbell - anywhere, any date
Kendall - WRY
Milner - WRY
Appleyard - WRY


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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 19 December 19 18:48 GMT (UK) »
Have you checked and see if Edith or her husband George are in the newspaper thanks Luke

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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 19 December 19 20:15 GMT (UK) »
Have you checked - trial subscription possibly?

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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 19 December 19 20:55 GMT (UK) »
Hi Luke,
Do you have her death cert?     
Will? Probate / Admin details?
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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 19 December 19 22:48 GMT (UK) »
Have you checked and see if Edith or her husband George are in the newspaper thanks Luke

Yes, I checked online newspapers which is where the information that I gave earlier about their addresses came from.
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Re: about trying to find my great aunties grave - Edith PEALING
« Reply #16 on: Monday 23 December 19 15:45 GMT (UK) »
Luke, I sent you a private message, and I think you might not have noticed. If you follow the link at the very top of the page you will see how to receive the message.  Alternatively click on the words "my messages" further up the page.

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