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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    Yoko probably has them. His mum, Julia is in Allerton, just a simple
    wooden unmarked cross and a small concrete cat.


    It has a headstone on it now Steve.. has done for about 18 months now.
    the cats still there though..
    I'd show the pics...but I removed them from my website..
    and I got an email from Johns sister Julia thanking me for removing the photos..

    I'd have removed them months before if Julia had contacted me earlier..


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    Kev.. bear this in mind please..
    the Lennon family dont like pics of their mums grave showing on the internet..

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    Elisha Halsey's grave in St James cemetery, sea captain stabbed by John Kent in 1844, as mentioned in 1st post Kent aquitted as self defence.
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    Visited Anfield Cemetery this morning.....

    just for interest:

    Anfield Cemetery: (CWGC)

    In December 1914, Liverpool became one of the 21 Auxiliary Patrol Bases and in February 1915, the base of the 10th Cruiser Squadron. During the Second World War, Liverpool was headquarters of Western Approaches Command and a manning depot for officers and men of the Merchant Navy who agreed to serve with the Royal Navy for the duration of the war. Liverpool (Anfield) Cemetery contains burials of both wars. The majority are in two war graves plots in Section 5, with Screen Walls bearing the names of those buried there. The rest of the war burials are scattered throughout the cemetery. There are 445 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in the cemetery. Included in this total are 17 casualties who are commemorated by name on the Screen Wall as their graves in Bootle (St Mary) Churchyard and Liverpool (St James) Cemetery could no longer be maintained. Second World War burials number 459 including 2 unidentified British soldiers. There is also another Screen Wall memorial to those whose burials are not marked by headstones. There are also 67 war graves of other nationalities, the majority of them Dutch and Norwegian Merchant seamen, and there are 9 non war service burials here.

    http://www.cwgc.org/search/cemetery_...y=40301&mode=1

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    Hi all

    need a bit of help please. Iam looking for pic,s of
    the 2 demolished chapels, CE and RC, in Anfield cem.
    I have looked every were to no avail. LRO don't have
    any.

    Thanks

    Steve

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    Would be interested to see these chapels.....I believe there was once a lodge at the Cherry Lane entrance too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    Hi all

    need a bit of help please. Iam looking for pic,s of
    the 2 demolished chapels, CE and RC, in Anfield cem.
    I have looked every were to no avail. LRO don't have
    any.

    Thanks

    Steve
    They demolished two in Everton Cem too. Not sure if the LRO will have them either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizzie1 View Post
    Would be interested to see these chapels.....I believe there was once a lodge at the Cherry Lane entrance too?
    Hi
    yes there was, long since gone. There was also pavements around the cherry lane
    coach entrance. The land by the entrance is now CE16 and contains most of the
    people mudered recently in Liverpool. You can't miss them.Liz mail me direct as I
    have solved the CE6 1700,s stones mystery.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItsaZappathing View Post
    They demolished two in Everton Cem too. Not sure if the LRO will have them either.
    This is true, and LRO don't have any info. The city engineers took
    most of trhe existing pic,s, maybe they have info. LRO did a cd with
    8000 city engineers pic,s but no longer sell it.

    Steve

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    It was in the late 70's when they knocked down the two in Everton cem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItsaZappathing View Post
    It was in the late 70's when they knocked down the two in Everton cem.
    Thanks for info, I will do some digging and see what I find

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    Thanks for info, I will do some digging and see what I find
    I hope you don't mean that literaly Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koppat View Post
    I hope you don't mean that literaly Steve
    It has been known, when looking for the grave marker stones, the ones
    #with the numbers on....

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    Question about Walton cemetery...........
    If someone died in Walton Workhouse and was buried in Walton cemetery.....is there a pauper's section?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizzie1 View Post
    Question about Walton cemetery...........
    If someone died in Walton Workhouse and was buried in Walton cemetery.....is there a pauper's section?
    Hi Liz
    Walton workhouse, aka walton hospital.
    Walton cem like most dosn't really have a paupers section
    just public plots were maybe six or more are buried in an
    unmarked grave. If you look at John Kirk VC,s grave in anfield
    you wil see six others mentioned on his stone, as this was an public
    grave

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    Hi Liz
    Walton workhouse, aka walton hospital.
    Walton cem like most dosn't really have a paupers section
    just public plots were maybe six or more are buried in an
    unmarked grave. If you look at John Kirk VC,s grave in anfield
    you wil see six others mentioned on his stone, as this was an public
    grave

    Steve
    Thanks Steve.........would you know if there's a plan of the cemetery to show where the public section is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizzie1 View Post
    Thanks Steve.........would you know if there's a plan of the cemetery to show where the public section is?
    I will find it for you.. Usually there isn't just apublic section
    as most sections have public plots within that section, be it
    rc,ce or whatever.


    Steve

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