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From: "M.A.Reynolds" <>
Subject: Re: HENRY TAYLOR FSA Solicitor
Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2006 12:31:50 +0100
In Warrington all the Cemetery records for the town area are at the
Cremetorium. So it would be worth getting in touch with Chester
Cremetorium, to see if they do the same.
If they do have all the Cem. records, and you have the EXACT date of death,
you will probably be able to get a lookup. If you do find your man you
would be able to see who owns the grave, and how many people are buried in
it, plus all their details too.
It is a great way of finding family details that you may not have known
I would not recommend trying it if you don't have a pretty near exact date,
as there would be far too many pages to search, and it would take far too
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 2:13 PM
Subject: [CHS] HENRY TAYLOR FSA Solicitor
> Henry Taylor FSA was a solicitor who resided in Curzon Park,
> Chester until his death in 1927 and was buried in the old
> cemetery nearby. He was also the founder of the Flintshire
> Historical Society and a councillor in the town of Flint.
> I have the grave reference and plan of the cemetery but was
> unable to locate his grave on a recent visit.
> Has anyone on the list actually seen it and also I would be
> interested in contacting his descendants or relatives.
> Peter Metcalfe
> Founder member of the Flint Local History Society.
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