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From: Lynne <>
Subject: Re: [UK-CEMETERIES] Cemeteries around Hulme (was New to List)
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 14:22:35 -0400
>I am new to the list, I am researching TURNER, NUTTALL and MYLREA. They all
>lived around Manchester.
>I would appreciate any help with the names of the Cemeteries around Hulme
GENUKI is your first port of call. Unfortunately, the site is down at
the moment. When you get a chance, go to
<http://www.genuki.org.uk/cgi-bin/gaz> and enter Manchester into the
search field. You'll be given links to pages which list cemeteries in
the area. Hulme falls under Manchester, but there may be a separate page.
Take a look at the list of cemeteries and graveyards on the Manchester &
Lancashire FHS site: <http://www.mlfhs.org.uk/Infobase/index.htm>.
Manchester City Council's Family History in Manchester and Cemetery
Records and Monumental Inscriptions information:
Those links should get you started.
The Lancashire Family History & Heraldry society publication
"Lancashire Graveyards & Burial Grounds" provides not only a vast list
of cemeteries and graveyards in Lancashire, it also gives dates of
existence, map loction, who recorded MIs and where the MIs can be
found. The Society's website is at <www.lfhhs.org.uk>.
Subscribers on the Manchester list and/or the Lancashire list, LancsGen,
are likely to be able to provide further help. Be sure to provide the
dates of your ancestors' deaths.