Hiram BAYLIS 1840-72. “My Uncle died a Hero. (General)

by HarryBrook @, Sunday, August 04, 2019, 11:54 (209 days ago) @ Jefff

Having been involved in the production of this particular collection of memorial inscriptions (M.Is.), I can say that the M.Is. for Drybrook (Holy Trinity)on the CD and the download referred to are those recorded on the graves in the burial ground extension to the west of the church (where burials commenced in about 1953/4), M.Is. added since the survey published by Mr. Julian Rawes in 1989 to grave memorials in the burial ground within the original boundary walls, the inscriptions on new headstones installed in the same area after the Rawes' survey, on additional cremation memorials in the same area, and new memorials within the church.

It clearly states in the introduction that it does not include any material published by Mr. Rawes, it merely refers to the prior publication, and existence, of his recordings.

It might be easiest to contact G.F.H.S. to enquire as to the availability of the earlier survey by Mr. Rawes if this is what is required.

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