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PostPosted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 3:04 pm 
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Kris asked me to add these, they are for Burnley cemetery. Ordered by grave.

28/01/1892 John Redman, 48, Traveller, Healey Wood Road, Grave No.1860
07/11/1907 Mary Redman, 76, Nelson, Grave No.1860
25/06/1910 PETER CULSHAW REDMANm, 10, 10 HOBART ST, Grave No.2255
06/05/1920 Elizabeth Redman, 60, 10 Hobart Street, Grave No.2255
16/10/1868 Robert Redman, 50, Christopher Court, Grave No.2868 Reinterred London
24/12/1856 George Redman, 2yr 2mth, Ward Street, Grave No.3275
08/09/1860 Jane Redman, 7mth, Ward St, Grave No.3275
26/05/1872 Ada Redman, 1, Moss St, Grave No.3275
29/05/1890 Robert Redman, 75, Butcher, Lord St, Grave No.3275
26/07/1907 Sarah Redman, 83, 11, Claremont Street, Grave No.3275
21/05/1876 Mary Alice Redman, 1yr 9mth, Ince St, Grave No.3443
10/02/1878 Nancy Redman, 32, Sandy Gate, Grave No.3443
12/09/1878 Emily Redman, 7mth, Sandy Gate, Grave No.3443
21/10/1880 Ellen Redman, 36, Sandy Gate, Grave No.3443
15/08/1903 William Redman, 58, Ramsgreare, Grave No.3443
17/07/1883 Edith Alice Redman, 5mth, Sandy Gate, Grave No.3465
03/06/1889 Alice Redman, 11mth, Lord St, Grave No.3465
22/06/1891 Florence Hannah Redman, 4, Lord St, Grave No.3465
28/04/1892 Margaret Jane Redman, 37, Sandy Gate, Grave No.3465
07/03/1914 JOHN REDMAN, 65, BUTCHER, 77 SANDYGATE, Grave No.3465
10/06/1966 Amelia Redman, 82, Barrowford, Grave No.3465
29/05/1872 Thomas Redman, 10, Cog Lane, Grave No.4036
24/09/1873 Susannah Redman, 2mth, Cog Lane, Grave No.5610
07/06/1874 John Redman, 26, Cog Lane, Grave No.5610
13/02/1877 Mary Hannah Redman, 2, Accrington Road, Grave No.5610
18/06/1873 Sarah Ann Redman, 19, Slater St, Grave No.6748
28/11/1877 Rebecca Redman, 20, Calder Vale Road, Grave No.6748
04/08/1879 William Henry Redman, 5mth, Calder Vale, Grave No.6748
08/03/1890 Allan Redman, 2, Hart St, Grave No.6748
15/03/1890 James Redman, 10mth, Lindsey St, Grave No.6748
30/01/1901 Henry Redman, 55, Sackville St, Grave No.6934
04/12/1907 Margaret Redman, 63, 4 Sackville St, Grave No.6934
01/05/1973 Tom Redman, 90, Rosehill Road, Grave No.6934
27/02/1894 Sarah Ann Redman, 45, Helena St, Grave No.6935
12/05/1915 Elizabeth Ann Redman, 55, 12 Dane Street, Grave No.7044
24/12/1918 Mary Redman, 66, 19 Cronkshaw Street, Grave No.7045
09/09/1866 Ann Redman, 35, Pendle View, Grave No.8169
02/01/1904 James Redman, 73, Hart Street, Grave No.8169
30/01/1859 James Redman, 45, Coachman, St James Row, Grave No.8177
03/03/1894 William Redman, 11mth, Duerden St, Grave No.10276
22/10/1901 Fred Redman, 7mth, Richmond St, Grave No.10276
19/10/1918 Mary Ann Redman, 48, 63 Nairne Street, Grave No.10276
07/10/1887 Sarah Redman, 85, Chaffer St, Grave No.11157
20/12/1904 SUSANNAH REDMAN, 84, UNION INFIRMARY, Grave No.11179
28/01/1915 HARRY LEE REDMAN, 18dys, 434 PADIHAM RD, Grave No.11744+5
06/07/1907 Ellen Ann Redman, 1mth, 39 Evelyn Street, Grave No.13100
19/10/1916 Minnie Redman, 35, Whittingham Asylum, Grave No.13100
04/02/1922 Walter Redman, 1mth, Bank Hall Hospital, Grave No.13100
30/03/1925 William Redman, 78, 13 Old Hall Street, Grave No.13100
30/09/1904 Ernest Redman, 5, Abel Street, Grave No.13101
20/10/1906 Walter Redman, 2mth, Abel Street, Grave No.13101
14/04/1866 Elias Redman, 3mth, Hammerton St,Grave No.15886
03/08/1909 Frank Redman, 1mth, Union Infirmary, Grave No.16071
16/11/1908 Robert Redman, 2dys, 22 Shaw St, Grave No.16291
28/05/1877 Elizabeth Redman, 3mth, High St, Grave No.16321
24/07/1889 Stillborn child Redman, 0, Pensioner St, Grave No.16859
12/12/1893 John Redman, 72, Cog Lane, Grave No.A193
15/02/1913 ROSE REDMAN, 88, 191 COG LANE, Grave No.A193
26/02/1916 Enoch Redman, 66, P'Loom O'looker, 191 Cog Lane, Grave No.A193
19/04/1888 Sarah Redman, 30, Workhouse, Grave No.A945
27/11/1897 John Thomas Redman, 35, Warp Dresser, Adelphi St, Grave No.A971
03/03/1955 William Redman, 83, 51 Dryden St, Grave No.A2944
29/06/1893 Mary Emma Redman, 12, Dall1, Grave No.A3163
06/11/1906 Ada Redman, 1yr 9mth, Paper Street, Grave No.A3163
17/12/1915 Maggie Redman, 6mth, 14 Paper Street, Grave No.A3163
15/01/1916 Mary Ann Redman, 11mth, 10 Paper Street, Grave No.A3163
05/10/1898 Richard Redman, 81, Cog Lane, Grave No.A4433
05/10/1911 EDNA REDMAN, 4mth, 19 CROMWELL ST, Grave No.A6482
08/12/1923 Fred Redman, 63, 68 Glen View Rd, Grave No.A6483
01/06/1911 JANE REDMAN, 70, 125 WATERBARN ST, Grave No.A6794
06/02/1902 William Redman, 43, Weaver, Plumbe Street, Grave No.A7898
28/07/1900 Mary Alice Redman, 2dys, Berwick St, Grave No.A8830
27/07/1901 Harold Redman, 4mth, Layfield St, Grave No.A8876
28/07/1904 Lavinia Redman, 6hours, Berwick Street, Grave No.A8908
02/04/1892 John Redman, 1, Hunslett St, Grave No.A9086
10/10/1891 Flora Redman, 10mth, Layfield St, Grave No.A9100
13/09/1894 Nancy Alice Redman, 7mth, Buccleugh St, Grave No.A9205
09/10/1915 Alan Redman, 1mth, 30 Branch Road, Grave No.A9861
21/02/1975 John Arthur Redman, 85, Sale, Grave No.A9882
02/11/1903 Rebecca Redman, 1yr 2mth, Berwick Street, Grave No.A10961
21/03/1959 Mary Ann Redman, 83, General Hospital, Grave No.A10961
07/08/1907 James Redman, 53, 10 Jockey Street, Grave No.A11565
05/12/1896 Willie Redman, 7mth, Layfield St, Grave No.A15438
09/01/1897 Florrie Redman, 4, Veevers St, Grave No.A15438
08/11/1906 Elizabeth Ellen Redman, 0, Bamford Street, Grave No.A15764
28/11/1893 Harold Redman, 1yr 8mth, Layfield St, Grave No.A15857
11/06/1954 Mary Ann Redman, 71, 26 Clegg Street East, Grave No.A16693
21/10/1965 Nellie Redman, 75, Clegg St, Grave No.A16693
24/12/1920 Kenneth William Redman, 2, 16 Laithe Street, Grave No.A17364
29/10/1921 Joseph Holland Redman, 36, Miner, 5 Nuttall Street, Grave No.NE2016
08/10/1914 ROBERT REDMAN, 40, UNION INFIRMARY, Grave No.NE3161
14/04/1925 Arthur Redman, 18, 16 Clifton Street, Grave No.NE5267
27/10/1958 Walter Redman, 66, 40 Kiddrow Lane, Grave No.NE5355
22/12/1966 Elizabeth Ann Redman,73, Piccadilly Road, Grave No.NE5355
18/02/1954 John Joseph Redman, 50, 18 Prestwich Street, Grave No.NE8222

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 1:02 am 

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Thanks very much, Mel. And I've already found one of Adams's sons who died in 1897 and whose family is somewhat of a mystery!


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 7:19 am 
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You're welcome Sue though it is Kris you should thank....I only added the files.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2008 11:01 am 
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Section B Grave 80
Headstone
Thy Will Be Done
In Loving Memory of
Thomas REDMAN
Who died April 1st 1872
Aged 37 years
Also of Mary the beloved
Wife of the above
Who died Jany 31st 1912
Aged 78 years
Also of Ann, sister
of the above
Who died May 28th 1875
Aged 52 years
Also of Angus, grandson
of the above
Who died Oct 22nd 1896
Aged 12 months
Also of Mary Ann
Daughter of the above
Who died Aug 9th 1964
Aged 91 years
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... edman2.htm

Section D Grave 15
Headstone & Kerb
Robert Henry DIXON, January 6th 1929 aged 67 years
Lavinia, wife, June 26th 1938 aged 75 years
Maud, daughter, February 9th 1889, 6 years
Sam, son, May 16th 1890, 17 months
Dora REDMAN, December 3rd 1952, aged 67 years, wife of John REDMAN killed in France 1918

Section E Grave 15
In
Loving Memory
of
Norman
The beloved husband of
Nancy REDMAN of Burnley
Died May 26th 1910
Aged 48 years
Thy Will Be Done
Also of Nancy REDMAN
Died Jany 11th 1934
Aged 69 years
Reunited
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... Redman.htm

Section E Grave 106
Cross
Walter REDMAN, or Rosehill Road, Burnley, June 8th 1917 aged 51 years
Annie, wife, March 13th 1947 aged 85 years

Section F Grave 109
Headstone
In Memory of
Thomas REDMAN
of Colne Road, Burnley
Who died 27th May 1896 aged 78 years
Also Mary his wife
Who died 10th Sept 1889 aged 65 years
and David REDMAN
Son of the above
Who died 28th April 1888 aged 39 years
And John REDMAN
Born October 31st 1888 Died April 26th 1910
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... edman1.htm

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Loving Memory of
My dear mother
Judith BAILEY
Died June 30th 1952 aged 79 years
Also Sarah Elizabeth
Beloved wife of John William REDMAN
Died july 6th 1963 aged 69 years
Also her dear husband John William REDMAN
Died Oct 14th 1971 aged 80 years
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Hi there, I was wondering if anybody can help. I was looking at the listing for Burnley Cemetry in this thread and noticed the name of a possible relative, so I ordered a detailed report from another online service of all burials in that cemetry and the name I was looking for, Flora Redman, is not on the report I recieved. Does the author of the thread have any more information about the burial plots or can in fact confirm that they are definitely Burnley Cemetry. With kind thanks. :)
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Hi Rob, welcome to the forum. The details on this thread are definitely from Burnley Cemetery, Kris sent them to me for addition to the forum.

The other site that you have had your report from, did they say they were giving you burials or Monumental Inscriptions? An MI can only be recorded if a stone is standing - if the report is of MI's then the person of interest to you does not have a gravestone.

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Hi Mel, and thanks for the welcome. Yes, it was a list of inscriptions, which would make sense if there is no actual grave stone. Where did Kris get the info from, if you don't mind me asking, I know that my ancestors lived on that street so it seems to tie-in with my research so far. Thanks again for your help:)


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Burnley cemetery I believe.

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Hi Rob, the information came from Burnley cemetery. If you mail Burnley cemetery with the name and date of burial etc, they will supply the grave details ie. Who purchased the plot, the date of purchase, and people buried in the grave.

Contact: bereavementservices@burnley.gov.uk


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Thanks, leaver and mel, I did mail them and I was given the info you mentioned. Just wanted to ask you folks about researching at the Lancashire Records Office - would it be worth my while spending a few days there and do you know what sort of things I would benefit most from looking at that are not available on census? I have a subscription to the online census and I've gone as far as I can go I think and can't quite get any further back on certain people, although I'm eagerly awaiting yet another birth cert through the post at the moment.


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It depends on what you want out of your research Rob.

The LRO has all sorts of info. Have you searched their catalogue? http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/education/ ... alogue.asp

Type in the surname of interest and you get all kinds of results.

They have will indexes, poor law records, assizes records (I think) as well as some parish records.....the list is endless. It's worth emailing to make sure they have the records for a specific area of interest as I have been left frustrated a couple of times. There are some things at Burnley and not Preston and vice versa.

If you are wanting to go back beyond census and civil registration then you probably would want parish records. You'll need to have an idea of which parish your lot belonged to.

Pencils only, you can't take bags or folders into the research room. There are lockers provided for your belongings. I can't remember if you need a £1 (returnable) for them. You can take paperwork in with you in a clear plastic A4 (or bigger) wallet. If you haven't been before and do not have a CARN readers ticket, take 2 forms of ID with you.
You can use a digital camera for a small charge. Well worth it if you find lots of info you wish to copy.

Will you have far to travel Rob?

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I agree with Mel, you really need to know what you are looking for, otherwise you will get sidetracked and you won’t find very much.

I prefer the Burnley library because I enjoy looking through the Burnley express newspapers.

Have you searched the Lancashire lantern website? http://www.lantern.lancashire.gov.uk/
You will probably find something of interest under “local resources”.


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Thanks for the great info and all the pointers on what you can and can't do - I never realised it was so strict like that. I'm only about 2 hours drive away, so it's not that far really. Sounds like they'e got a great collection of stuff there, mind. I suppose I would be interested in the parish records pre-census and then after that I guess I would just be looking for anything that would give me addresses, locations, any clues about lifestyle etc to help me piece a picture together. I will try those links and see what I can find there. For instance, I looked up the WW1 military records recently and found two ancestors and those records gave me an amazing glut of information inbetween census returns about where they were living, occupations and all sorts of stuff. I'm really trying to build the tree first and foremost, then fill out the finer details with anything else I can find. I've shelled out quite a bit of money on birth and marriage certificates which have been invaluable in my search so far, so I don't mind going that bit further if it gets me the result. I was just interested in what exactly is in the LRO and where perhaps I might start digging. You're all very helpful. Thanks so much and I hope you don't mind me asking so many questions :)
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Keep firing away Rob. I think I speak on behalf of all the members that if we can help, we will.

The catalogue proves extremely useful if you have to travel . I'm a little closer to the LRO than you - about 1 (and a bit) hours away - Staffordshire.

Don't discount parish records during the census. It can lead to children that have born and died in the 10 year gap but also children that were born just after one census, living with an unknown relation during the next and married off by the following census.

Also, before buying more certificates - the marriages in the parish records (after 1837) show the same detail as a marriage certificate that costs £7. A printout from the archives is far cheaper!
I always check this site http://www.lancashirebmd.org.uk/ for marriages, it often gives the church so it's just a matter of checking 1 year of church records at the named church. If you cross-check it with Freebmd, you can narrow it down to a quarter.
The site mentioned also gives age at death for the early indexes. Something the GRO index and ultimately Freebmd doesn't do before about 1865. If there are a couple of possibilities, you can again discount the odd one if the age is way out of the range you were interested in.

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