Wheatley Lane Inghamite War Graves

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Julie in Norfolk
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Wheatley Lane Inghamite War Graves

Post by Julie in Norfolk » 08 Apr 2012, 07:15

http://twgpp.org/results.php?start=0&fn ... tionality=

I found this website accidentally; and with little deliberation decided to put a link here. I had never come across this before but I dare say some will already know of this. None of mine on this list, luck and occupation I suppose thankfully.
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Re: Wheatley Lane Inghamite War Graves

Post by Callunna » 21 Jul 2012, 19:35

Well, well, well. A branch of my family used to go to the Inghamite Chapel, Wheatley Lane. And their surname was Ashworth. But I’ve never heard about any of the family being killed in the war, especially not from a Scottish regiment. Maybe it’s a coincidence or maybe there’s a whole area of family history I’m totally unaware of.

Thanks for posting, Julie.

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Post by Moh » 22 Jul 2012, 13:56

John Thomas Kemp is distantly related by marriage, but I knew he was there.
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Post by Sunray10 » 24 Jul 2012, 22:11

There are at least three persons on this website that may be ancestors of mine - namely Holts and Manley. This is an interesting site. Never knew there were any war graves at Wheatley Lane Inghamite chapel. :surprised:

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