Elizabeth Blackah grave monument in Lawnswood A-D Cemetery, Leeds, Yorkshire, England

Elizabeth Blackah grave monument: legible names and details

full nameburial
Elizabeth Blackah
1886481838first name on monument
Charles Ryder
friend of Elizabeth Blackah
Louisa Ryder
friend of Elizabeth Blackah
James Blackah
1906701836husband of Elizabeth BlackahMarried (1) Hannah Storey, 29 Oct 1861 Leeds (Holbeck - St Barnabas) d. 05 Feb 1875. Married (2) Elizabeth Sandiforth, 01 Dec 1880 Leeds (Chapel Allerton - St Matthew) d. 1886. Married (3) Jane Green, 1888 d. 14 Feb 1900 In the photo there is a Sandiforth grave behind, a link?
Jane Blackah
1900 second wife of husband of Elizabeth BlackahNo! She was his 3rd wife

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My maiden name is Blackah, my father was Cecil Alfred Blackah and James Blackah was the brother of my great great grandfather Alexander Blackah. Many thanks for your help. Christine
(requested on 02 05 2012)
The Charles and Louisa Ryder involved may be my great grandparents. I know they are buried in Lawnswood, but they aren't otherwise recorded. Charles Ryder owned a chunk of Tetleys brewery and should have had a memorial of his own. The Blackah family don't appear in our family records, so I'm a bit confused about that, though I know more than one Charles Ryder was buried in Lawnswood. Thanks for the time and effort you put into this.
(requested on 08 08 2014)
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Location of the above Elizabeth Blackah monument

Lawnswood A-D Cemetery, Leeds, Yorkshire, England

Lawnswood A-D Cemetery, Leeds
Lawnswood A-D Cemetery

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