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From: "Lesley" <>
Subject: Stuart Moverly - NEWS: Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon
Date: Sun, 2 May 1999 10:29:59 +0100
Sorry to reply via the list, but I since I have just upgrade to IE5 have
lost your e-mail address.
As you had very kindly offered to look up to see if any of my ancestors were
in Ford Park, would you know where I might find an index, if Ford Park
Cemetery is going to be out of bounds when I come down in June?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: 01 May 1999 11:48
Subject: NEWS: Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon
> In Wednesday 28 April, l999's Evening Herald which I have posted to me
> Devon to Essex has just arrived this morning, Saturday, and I have read
> Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon
> The Plymouth, Devonport & Stonehouse Cemetery Company who own Ford Park
> Cemetery are calling in the liquidators because of rising costs of
> maintaining the 34 acre site following a fall in the number of burials.
> The Plymouth, Devonport & Stonehouse Cemetery Company cannot sell
> or otherwise dispose of the site under the terms of a Cemetery Act of
> Under liquidation the Cemetery becomes the property of the Crown so it
> be the
> Government who decide its future.
> The gates will be locked to the public so there can be no searches for
> historians and also no visits to the graves of lost loved ones.
> If you are planning a research holiday, please check before being met with
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