As I have already mentioned in the 'about us pages', I started researching family lines because of a request about twelve years ago....
There have also been many side projects to this; one of which was very dear to my heart, this was to transcribe the resting places of the burried, using pictures of the gravestones from my local cemetery. This cemetery was the one which the local library now stands on, the stones were saved from demolition and were placed around the perimeter walls of the library, the grave inhabitants were removed and reinterred in another cemetary.
Once I started the project, back in May 2012, it soon became quite clear to me that there were a number of people that would be interested in the finished project, so this spurred me on.
In June 2013, once the project was completed, I was able to present my finished project to the Local Library development officer. It was a great day and made more so by the attendance of the local newspaper.
Below is a copy of the picture that was taken at the time.
If you would like to look at the pictures that were taken to complete this project, then click HERE