Looking for a
The maiden name of a mother can
sometimes be found buried somewhere among the names of her children.
Unusual middle names, among boys or girls, might be the maiden name of a
mother or grandmother. Or the eldest daughter might be named for her
For Ford, Ainsdale and
Yew Tree Catholic cemeteries in Liverpool Lancashire, England. 1859-1989
Indexed by names and the year of interment,
each plot when found, details for all persons buried within: name, place
of death, age & date of interment.
This index contains over 350 000 names, so please
provide, if known, complete names, year of birth & date of death
Search results can be sent by email, or posted.
Charges: AU$5.00 per individual name, payable by
Australia Post money order or cheque. Payable to M Faull
Lost the plot
P.O. Box 45 Culburra Beach NSW 2540
USED THE HERALD SUN TRIBUTES?
Searchable database of paid Tribute and funeral
notices that have appeared in the newspaper within the past 30 days.
This site can be searched for older notices from the past (aprox 10
years) by choosing All time in the search screen. You can also
choose from several countries. You wonít get a complete notice
until you pay to do so but the incomplete notice can sometimes give all
the details you are looking for such as the name of deceased, spouse,
family members, place of burial etc. Give it a try you never know what
you might find.
RYERSON INDEX Ė REQUEST
The Ryerson Index is an index
to death notices appearing in current Australian newspapers. It also
includes some funeral notices, probate notices and obituaries. The
Ryerson Index Online Database contains 2,955,641 notices from 184
different Australian newspapers.
To search the database, enter a
surname, with or without one or more given name(s), a location name, a
year range, and/or a newspaper name.
***What some researchers donít
know is that when you have found an
entry of interest it is possible to request a lookup of the notice by
going to the Home page and selecting:
Fill in the details required and select send. You
will receive a copy of the notice as seen in the original newspaper.
This is a great service.