Frederick Skinner grave monument in Municipal Cemetery, Alford, Lincolnshire, England

Frederick Skinner grave monument: legible names and details

full nameburial
Frederick Skinner
19157026 Mar 184first name on monumentStone erected by offspring.
Elizabeth Handsley Skinner nee Handsley
19217229 Mar 184wife of Frederick SkinnerStone erected by offspring.

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Frederick Skinner, distant cousin son of connections from laetitia Dixon and Henry skinner.
(requested on 07 12 2016)
Relation via Richard Skinner and Mary Mason.
(requested on 24 02 2018)
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Location of the above Frederick Skinner monument

Municipal Cemetery, Alford, Lincolnshire, England

Municipal Cemetery, Alford
Municipal Cemetery

Notes about Municipal Cemetery

The cemetery is on the edge of the town of Alford and the entrance is through the Gatehouse which includes the old Mortuary Chapel. Burials may have been started there in 1881. It is the Old Cemetery that is indexed here. The setting in the Old Cemetery benefits from tall healthy tree specimens of both broad leaf and pine. Some of the old stones are either leaning precariously or have been put down onto their inscribed faces to prevent accidents. The entire cemetery area is a peaceful and neat place for the very regular visits from local people.

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