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Barrows & Burgess of Runcorn & Aston by Sutton.

p.risboy

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I was plodding away with the Barrow family in Runcorn, Aston by Sutton and Frodsham.
I come upon the idea of asking my nephew, who lives across the River Mersey in Widnes, to have a nose around St Laurence Church yard to see who or what he can find.
Lo and behold, 'Find a Grave' has beat him to it.

BUT, when looking at the transcript, it lists a whole heap of names........and a caption to the right says.......'Household Members'.

As follows......


Name Richard Richard Barrow
Death Date 7 Sep 1876
Cemetery St Laurence Churchyard
Burial or Cremation Place Frodsham, Cheshire West and Chester Unitary Authority, Cheshire, England
Has Bio? N
URL http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?

Household Members

Sophia Myerscough
Ann Evans
Caroline Elizabeth Berry
Henry Berry
Caroline Louisa Fanny Berry
Henry Percival Berry
Ellen Percival Berry
Mary Percival Berry
Ellen Elizabeth Carter
Doris Ireene Carter
Tom James Carter
Ella May Carter
Hugh Henry Carter
Hannah Elizabeth Packwood
Doris Mary Bassett
Florence Packwood
Alice Eccles
Herbert Cecil Berry
Patricia Mary Brown
Reginald James Francis
Ivy Bertha Francis
John Davie
Mary Eccles
Janik Binduks
Leonard William Lywood
VI Lywood
Elizabeth Browne
Elizabeth Browne
Henry Browne
Henry Browne
Kenneth Cyril Crouch
John Conibear Lamprey
Winifred Joslin Lamprey
Martha Hartley
John Foley
Hannah Foley
Minnie Lombard
Michael Foley
William Andrew Hogarth
Alice Mathilde Hogarth
Harry Hogarth
George Hogarth
Alice Hogarth
Kenneth Edward Haywood
Beryl Lilian Haywood
John Foley
Con Foley
Kate Foley
Hannah Maria Hartnoll
Sarah Ann Bidder
Clara Blake Fanner
Joseph Dutton
Margaret Evans
Michael Foley
Evelyn Cecilia Prince
Jack Foley
Hilda Kerslake
Emma Pine
Mary Ann Heath
William Brown
Gordon Kerslake
William Ernest Short
Eileen Short
Hugh Lionel Tucker
Florence Mary Williams
Herbert Roy Williams
Kathleen Emily Selway
Dora Louisa Matthews
Richard Ernest Selway
Dorothea Munson
Robert James Woollard
Edward Eccles
Elizabeth Jenkins
Albert Francis Denscombe
Lillian Rosina Jones
James Ernest Jones
William Henry Eccles
Clarence Courtier
John Casey
Ellen Casey
David Laurence O'Brien
Phyllis Lavinia Courtier
Grace Duffield
Francis William Skinner
John Pinion Sleaford
Florence Emily Skinner
John Daly
Mary Daly
Keith James Rogers
James Daly
Gladys Rogers
Mary Maude Drinan
Vera May Kingdon
Ernest John Kingdon
Jane Hopkins Boyd
Mary Walsh
Angela Margaret Cording
Bessie Boyd
John Proctor
Gustavus Mervyn Wheaton



I guess this small house of God is just a small room.


Steve.:)
 
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I can't seem to find the link to the list of names you mention. However it does show a photo of the headstone so I suggest that you get your nephew to either take a close up or make a copy of the inscriptions on the stone to see who is in there. It's not physically possible to have all those people in one grave unless they were all cremated first and their ashes buried, unless of course it is one huge mass grave which I doubt.

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I can't seem to find the link to the list of names you mention. However it does show a photo of the headstone so I suggest that you get your nephew to either take a close up or make a copy of the inscriptions on the stone to see who is in there. It's not physically possible to have all those people in one grave unless they were all cremated first and their ashes buried, unless of course it is one huge mass grave which I doubt.

Emeltee
I think these are the names with headstones MLT. I have the image.:).......but I don't think they're all in the same gravesite.

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