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From: "pamhillier" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Death and Burial records
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2008 12:45:45 +1030
I know of someone that loved his wife that much that he kept the ashes in an
urn and stipulated with family they were to be buried together on his death.
Or the family arranged for the ashes to be buried on the death of their
relation......When was her husbands death?
Cheers Pam from Adelaide Australia
> I've come across a gravestone anomaly - according to the headstone the
> death occurred in 1974, however, the burial isn't registered until 5
> years later in 1979. Initially, we assumed that the 4 and the 9 had
> been misread on one or the other but today, I've verified that the death
> really was in 1974 and entry in the burial register is chronologically
> for 5 years before finally being laid to rest in the churchyard.
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