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Mode of Burial
« on: Thursday 25 November 21 04:31 GMT (UK) »
Could someone please tell me what the mode of burial might be for the second and third lines. I THINK it could be Freehol & Grave, but am not at all sure.
 
If it is Freehol, what does that mean, as I have ever seen that word before, so cannot relate it to anything.

The burial is 22 April 1891, at Toxteth Park Cemetery, for Stephen Cushing. The mode of burial is the only part I cannot work out.

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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 25 November 21 04:33 GMT (UK) »
I think it is Freehold Grave

A thread about them here

https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=215478.0
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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 25 November 21 04:36 GMT (UK) »
mckha489, thank you for your very prompt reply. I thought it might be that, but was not certain enough to state it, so asked the brilliant Rootschatters for help.

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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 25 November 21 19:25 GMT (UK) »
It's freehold grave ac.

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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 25 November 21 22:22 GMT (UK) »
a-l, thank you for your reply. I simply was not sure, I could read the freehol, but did not think of freehold :-[

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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 25 November 21 22:46 GMT (UK) »
Not easy to see at first as it is Made more difficult by the D being looped into the G of grave.
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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #6 on: Friday 26 November 21 05:01 GMT (UK) »
Treetotal, thank you for your explanation.

Now that you have pointed it out, I can see it. Not at all obvious to me when I first saw it :P

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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #7 on: Friday 26 November 21 06:58 GMT (UK) »
Hi

I think it means the same as family grave & private grave.

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Re: Mode of Burial
« Reply #8 on: Friday 26 November 21 21:45 GMT (UK) »
Thank you John, I was just not sure about it.