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From: barrie <>
Subject: [Cmn-L] Re: Cefn Coed Cemetery
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 22:55:16 +0100
Can I step in please? The graves are indeed indexed at Merthyr Tydfil
council cemeteries department for Cefn Coed cemetery.
Merthyr cemeteries have appeared at a lot of local FHS Fairs recently
and are all too willing to check details there on the day on their
computers. The staff are extremely friendly, as most Merthyr people are
anyway. They will probably be at the Glamorgan fair in August at Sobel's
all the best
Barrie Jones, Gwent
In message Heather Smith <> writes:-
>Can you inform me when this cemetery was opened, please? There may be a few
>of my Mainwaring family buried there! Are the graves indexed by the council
>on computer as the Cefn Cemetery is in Merthyr Tydfil?
>By the way, I was very pleased to meet you and your family at the York
>Family History Fair. It was a very pleasant day out. It is not often I am
>able to attend a fair in which two of the Welsh counties I am researching
>are present. Glamorganshire was also there with Carmarthenshire. Another one
>of my counties had come from Wiltshire which was very surprising.
>Heather in Huddersfield Yorkshire
-Visit Gwent FHS at :- http://www.gwentfhs.info/
(comprises, Ebbw Vale, Pontypool, Chepstow, Newport, Abergavenny, Blackwood.
Of interest to anyone who has ancestral connections with the old county of
Visit Blaenavon Ironworks website:- www.blaenavontic.com