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Somerby By Grantham Parish Records - Burials (1899-1906)

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  • 10-March-2011 00:11:48

    1899-1906, BURIALS, TODD, NASH, KIRSTON, HARRISON, TODD, MOULDS, LACEY, HOWETT, GREEN, HARRISON, BEECHAM, NASH, LAMBLEY, AYRE, LYON, CLARK

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Reference Name SOMERBY BY GRANTHAM PAR/1/8

Attached:
notes prepared by Richard H Hough, former churchwarden, on the closing of the burial register - comments on current burial practices, the hamlet of Humby and parish of Old Somerby, 1989;
newscuttings reporting on the dedication service at Old Somerby 1901, the re-opening of Somerby Church 1876, laying the foundation stone of a school chapel at New Somerby 1878, report of Grantham Burial Board 1875, the dedication of St Anne's School Chapel at New Somerby 1878, the opening of St Anne's Mission Church in New Somerby 1883, and the New Somerby Church Scheme 1903;
extract from leaflet appealing for aid for Somerby Church restoration, 1876.

Date: 1813-1988

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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