Monument wrote:I can't believe Ronnie doesn't know the answer to this question
Ronnie wrote:Monument wrote:I can't believe Ronnie doesn't know the answer to this question
I don't. I could have had a guess, but I thought that pointing the OP to a trusted sources was a better option. I suppose I could have done the research myself, and then presented the answer to you all, but I'm tired after travelling back from Poland, and sometimes I don't want to be (or to look like) a know-it-all.
Other M: You "may well try e-mailing them" You've raised this fabulous question ... we demand answers!
mrsam wrote:Just as a side point I was under the impression Grave plots and Stones belonged for inperpituity to the linear reletives of the people buried in the grave so that in Scotland graveyards are never cleared whereas in England they are cleared after 100 years?
A nice find of some Victorian gravestones well spotted.
*Edit* are there more out there to be found Mr Glass can you shed light?
Gees I am dredging the dim recesses of my memory here. I seem to rember that they were part of the "spoil" dug up during the excavations for a railway line in mid to late 1800s but I cannot be certain the bell ringing is far to faint
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