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 Post subject: Laycock MI's
PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 10:03 am 
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St James

A10
Thy Will Be Done
In Remembrance of
Agnes the beloved wife of
John LAYCOCK
Who departed this life
June 16th 1859 in the 25th
year of her age
Be Ye Also Ready

A35
In Memory of
Daniel LAYCOCK
Born December 28th 1821
Died August 19th 1900
And Ann his wife
Born June 22nd 1827
Died March 7th 1891
Also of their children and grandchildren
buried here, the last being
Mabel COULSTON
Who died May 9th 1968
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... ulston.htm

B46
In Loving Memory of
William LAYCOCK
of Burnley
Who died June 22nd 1890
Aged 70 years
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20James%20the%20Great/L/Laycock.htm

C31
In Loving Memory of Thomas Henry SIMPSON formerley of Burnley, Died Oct 5th 1932 aged 70 years
Also Margaret Ann his beloved wife, died June 21st 1933 aged 74 years
Also Emel their son died Dec 9th 1892 aged 3 years
Also their grandchildren Tom Simpson LAYCOCK died May 10th 1923 in his 10th year and Betty Riley died in infancy March 22nd 1919

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 10:12 am 
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Section C Grave 99
Kerb
Thomas LAYCOCK died November 10th 1921 aged 60 years
Mary Ellen LAYCOCK died July 26th 1937 aged 75 years

Section G Grave 25
Headstone
James Richard, husband of Ellen LAYCOCK, March 16th 1945 aged 49 years

Section L Grave 44
Headstone
Martha Jane wife of Jas. LAYCOCK of Burnley died Oct 26 1885 aged 23
Ada WEST daughter of Jas. and Sarah Ellen LAYCOCK died May 26 1894 aged 6 years
Jas. WIlliam their son died Oct 15 1895 aged 4 months
Also the above Jas. LAYCOCK died Mar 3 1919 aged 57
Sarah Ellen his wife died May 13 1928 aged 69

Section L Grave 94
Headstone
In Loving Memory of
Ada LAYCOCK
of Briercliffe
Who died Aug 6th 1925
In her 49th year
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/Hill%20Lane%20Chapel/L/Laycock.htm

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2007 10:22 am 
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Worsthorne Methodist & Wesleyan Methodist

B27
Sacred
To The Memory of Ellen the wife of William LAYCOCK who departed
this life Sept 1st
MDCCCXLVI aged 27 years
O Lord in Thee Have I Entrusted Let Me Never Be Confounded
Also of Sarah the 2nd wife of the
above named William LAYCOCK who died July VIIth MDCCCLIII aged XLVI years
Also Thomas their son died July 26th
1855 aged 2 years
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20John%20Worsthorne/L/Laycock1.htm

B34
In Loving Memory of
A deeply loved husband and father
John William BARKER
Who died 11th March 1948 aged 72 years
He Fell Asleep
Also Robert SMITH
Who died 14th Dec 1890 aged 49 years
Also Ellen his dear wife
Who died 20th July 1915 aged 73 years
Also Jane LAYCOCK who died 3rd June 1927 aged 44 years
Also Arthur LAYCOCK her beloved husband
Who died 17th Feb 1942 aged 60 years
Also Smith STANWORTH who died 18th March 1952 aged 49 years
The Strife is Over
Also Joseph Edwin STANWORTH
Who died 13th April 1945 aged 71 years
Also Ada his beloved wife
Who died 29th Jan 1963 aged 88 years
Treasured Memories
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20John%20Worsthorne/L/Laycock%20Stanworth%20Barker%20Smith%20and%20Couch.htm

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:25 pm 

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This is fantastic thank you! The information itemised as St James A35 is my family for sure - now I need to find out just where St James Church is so I can pay a visit.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:43 pm 
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Go up Burnley Rd Harle Syke from Burnley, turn right on to Queen St , nearly to the end and the church is on the right, you cannot miss it. If you get to Harle Syke anyone will tell you where it is. Are you coming far? You can find it on multimap if that helps.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:47 pm 

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Thank you - do you know if the church is still open? I have been told my grandmother donated the family bible to St James Church it would be interesting to see if it has survived if so that would be a dream which I can't imagine!

Sorry no not far at all I live in Bacup !


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I believe it is still open. Might be worth contacting the vicar to arrange a "viewing".

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Thank you yes that's what I was thinking!


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:47 pm 
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Definitely still open.
They have things like mum & baby mornings too.

Graveyard is quite well kept.
I'll try to have a look when I get home to see if A35 is among the photos not yet added to the site. It's possible as I still have quite a lot to add.

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The picture was already on, I just hadn't added the link. It is now underneath the MI.

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Thank you all very much! My husband and I managed to find the church and my grgr grandfathers crypt which I never knew existed before! Now I am on the trail of the last named on the Gravestone Mabel Coulston. Have already found out quite a bit and obtained her death cert, still waiting for the birth cert. Wouldn't have known any of this without you wonderful people and this fantastic site thank you all those who put in the work !


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 10:16 pm 
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We are going to have a tour of the church at one of our meetings, with Roger, you might find it interesting.

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When will that be?


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We're not sure yet. It was suggested at this weeks meeting so Roger will have to make the necessary arrangements. I keep the events calendar quite up to date so it's worth checking that. Our meetings are on the last Wednesday of the month except July, August and December when we do not have a meeting.
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LAYCOCK - On the 12th inst., Thomas Laycock, Steen Hey, Briercliffe, aged 86.

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