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  1. Exactly! Thanks once again Ratty. I appreciate your help.
  2. Thanks Ratty. I'm back up in St Helens later on this year so will visit. Hopefully the church will be open as it would be interesting to see the inside. Could I ask if you could check two more relatives for me. Thomas Smith 1848-?and Elizabeth Smith 1849-? They are my great great grandparents who I also think are buried at St James'. Unfortunately I don't have a year of death for either as yet
  3. Wow Ratty, that is an amazing amount of information. Thank you so much. I have a lot of relatives buried in St Helens Cemetery who, with the correct information are reasonably easy to research . The information from burials in graveyards proves more difficult to access. I will definetely have to make a trip to the churchyard next time I'm in St Helens. Thanks again. You've made my day.
  4. Hi, wonder if anyone could help me. My great grandparents lived in Parr and I'm trying to work out if they were buried in St Peter's churchyard. I have researched and found some of their children are buried here so hopefully I am on the right track. The names of my great grandparents are Mary Ann Smith, 1871-1950 and John Henry Smith, 1870-1950. I also think my great great grandparents Thomas Smith, 1848-? and Elizabeth Smith, 1849-? could be also buried here. I cant find a date of death for either of them so this may be a longshot. Also, if they are buried here is there any way of knowing if there is a headstone? Any help would be most welcome.
  5. Hi, wonder if someone could help me. My great grandparents lived in Parr and I know some relatives are buried in St Peter's churchyard. I'm just wondering if my great grandparents are also buried there. Their names are Mary Ann Smith, 1871-1950 and John Henry Smith, 1870-1950. If they are, is there any way of knowing if there is a headstone? Any help would be most welcome.
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