Burial for Catherine Louise WILLIAMS, 1921 - 1926 ?? (Parish Records)

by lee.blewitt, Wednesday, June 04, 2014, 17:33 (2256 days ago) @ Jefff

Hi Jeff,

I have looked through the information you posted, and have spoken to my Grandmother.

The following are the parents of my Grandmother,

Record_ID: 1009398
Entry_Number: 1432
Year: 1959
Month: Sep
Day: 24
Surname: WILLIAMS
Forenames: Oswald
Residence: Ivy Cottages Morse Road
Age_at_death: 64
Officiating_Minister: W Barber (Vicar)
Event: Burial
Cause_of_death:
Memoranda: 0
Notes:
Register_Reference: P109 IN 1/38
Page_No: 179
Parish_Chapel: Drybrook
Soundex: W452

Record_ID: 1005481
Entry_Number: 490
Year: 1975
Month: Oct
Day: 13
Surname: WILLIAMS
Forenames: Lilian Florence
Residence: 21a St Whites Road Cinderford
Age_at_death: 76
Officiating_Minister: Geoffrey Crago
Event: Burial
Cause_of_death:
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference: P109 IN 1/31
Page_No: 62
Parish_Chapel: Drybrook
Soundex: W452

And the following are her siblings,

Births Dec 1919 (>99%)
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Williams Edwin C Woollen Gloucester 6a 638

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Births Mar 1921 (>99%)
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Williams Catherine L Woollen Gloucester 6a 595

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Births Sep 1923 (>99%)
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Williams Doreen A Woollen Westbury S. 6a 487

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Births Sep 1926 (>99%)
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Williams Kenneth A G Woollen Westbury S. 6a 434

This is the correct track, and all information above and from talking to my Grandmother seems to match up.

The family have looked into this in the past, but have always failed to get any answer as to where Catherine/Kathleen was buried. This is the main reason for thinking it is an unmarked grave, as there seems to be records around at the time for all of the churches we have looked at, but just not any details for Catherine.

After reading the article about Abenhall http://www.forest-of-dean.net/index.php/component/content/article/13-memorial-inscripti... I do think this could be plausible as Collafield would not have been too far away. What are your thoughts on this?
I am not sure if any further information could be found on the graves?


Regards
Lee


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