This page contains a list of all the entries for the family name GASKARTH that are held within the Gravestone Photographic Resource online database.
A family name is where there is a surname as the last name of the forenames.This was a common practice before the middle of the 20th century.
It is quite likely that there are also entries available for alternative spellings of this name. It is very easy for you to check to see if there are any alternative spellings: you just need to look at the page that shows all the names listed under the starting letter (G in this case) of the surname you are interested in.
If you click on a particular name or GPR reference number below you will see details of what information is held for that particular grave monument. If there is an image available then you will be able to order a free copy of it.
If you click on a particular church, parish or town name below then you will see details of all the grave monument images that are available for that particular location.
|full name||birth year||burial year||age||relationship||cemetery||city / town / village||state / province / county||country|
|William Gaskarth Greenwood|
|1891||45||first name on the monument||Holy Trinity||Low Moor||Yorkshire||England|
Please note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.
You should treat the calculated dates of birth with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate. The dates and ages on many monuments are also often hard to read. It is therefore important to use the dates as guides as they may be incorrect.
The same person may appear many times in the above list. This is because a person can easily be listed on many different monuments. For instance, a person could be listed on their own grave as well as on the gravestone monuments of their children and their spouse. Occasionally names will be duplicated because the monument has in error been photographed and indexed twice.
Where a relationship is shown as unknown, this usually means that parts of the monument are illegible and relationship cannot be read.
Where no relationship is given this means that this is normally the first name on the monument. All the relationships on any particular monument relate to this first named individual.
In most cases images are available. However sometimes they will unavailable. In many cases this is because although images have been taken they were unfortunately lost when the resource suffered a major computer fault and not all the images could be recovered.