Nunhead Cemetery

clip_image002If you have ancestors who lived in the Camberwell district, South East London then you will enjoy taking a look at The Friends of Nunhead Cemetery website. The chances are that you might find some of your folk were buried in this wonderful Victorian Cemetery.

The site has a good page on the grave stone symbols that can be  found within the cemetery, all with their particular meaning. They also offer an online book store offering books on the cemetery and the surrounding area.

http://www.fonc.org.uk/

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Berwick St John Monumental Inscriptions

A pocket book of MI’s for Berwick St John, Wiltshire kept by the clip_image002Revd. William Goodchild has been transcribes and put online on the website of the Claret Jug. I must go back and have a really good look at this site as it seems rather intriguing!

 

http://www.claretjug.info

 

 

 

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Grave Stone Photos

I have written about this website before, but I have recently had another look and clip_image002the site is expanding very nicely. The site now covers many overseas cemeteries, some completely, some partly.

Easy to search and an email to Charles Sale brings you a reply with an attachment of a photo of the grave stone. Wonderful website and wonderful volunteer service.

http://www.gravestonephotos.com/

 

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