1 edition of Some monumental inscriptions and records Birmingham General Hospital. found in the catalog.
Some monumental inscriptions and records Birmingham General Hospital.
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The records are digital scans of original transcriptions from local authorities and the Church Commissioners relating to burial ground removals. The list records each site by location and title, followed by the years covered by inscription on the tombs and gravestones. The detail of each record varies in content and range. The Glamorgan Family History Society have produced a set of microfiche containing Monumental Inscriptions for the following burial grounds: . Parish Church of St. Tydfil's Well; Images of Pant Cemetery, near Merthyr Tydfil, by Brian Wagstaffe. Ynysgau Cemetery, Merthyr Tydfil (NB. - this site disappeared in June ) - here (was) is a list of names from headstones later moved to other.
The epitaph on the memorial is recorded in the book Monumental & Other Inscriptions. Whitaker, David  Son of Richard Whitaker. He was a pattern dyer  / a master dyer employing hands . On 29th June , he married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Knowles, at Halifax Parish Church. Children. John Meredith is described as a clerk to: the Street Commisioners and the Birmingham Boat Company in - the builders of the Birmingham to Worcester Canal and the trustees for building the new church of St. Paul and St. Mary in - the builders of the Coventry and Oxford Canal in
Birmingham Archives & Collections, Birmingham, United Kingdom. likes 5 talking about this were here. Archives & Collections at the Library of Birmingham3/5(2). Sources for the History of Kelham Island Contents Books 4 Businesses 5 Census returns 5 Churches, chapels and cemeteries 5 Church registers and records, monumental (gravestone) inscriptions and General Hospital).
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BIRMINGHAM MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 41 graveyards and burial grounds(see below for list), 91,+ records. Also available cheaper as a download, click here.
Monumental Inscription transcripts can help you find the burial place of your ancestors, these records are unique to the Midland Ancestors and are not on any other Family History website. Birmingham General Hospital Some and Records - Monumental Inscriptions - Download Monumental Inscriptions Birmingham, General Hospital, Some M.I's and Records This is a downloadable pdf file with clickable index (approx.
Monumental Inscriptions. Records of monumental inscriptions from most C of E church graveyards in Birmingham, plus Bull Street Quaker Burial Ground, Christ Church Catacombs, Key Hill Cemetery, Park Street Burial Ground and St Joseph’s R.C.
Nechells. (West Mobile Press, Heritage Research Area.). Warwickshire, England: Classification: Monumental Inscriptions. Monumental Inscriptions are the transcriptions of the text on the gravestone or tombstone of an individual.
In many cases there will be multiple burials in one grave so the inscription will provide information about other family members. Posts about Birmingham General Hospital written by kathrynruthd. Looking at the two images above you can see that the old hospital with its two towers (slightly distorted by the Google Earth’s rendering) is still standing but the unusual octagonal church and surrounding gardens.
BIRMINGHAM MI's (fiche)General Hospital, some MI's &Records: I BIRMINGHAM MI's (fiche)Hall Green: Church of the Ascension: I BIRMINGHAM MI's (fiche)Handsworth: St Andrew &Congregational Church, Union Row: I BIRMINGHAM MI's (fiche)Handsworth: St James: I BIRMINGHAM MI's (fiche)Handsworth: St Mary: I BIRMINGHAM MI's (fiche)Harborne: St Peter.
Personal papers of William Sands Cox (), surgeon, lecturer, co-founder of Birmingham School of Medicine and founder of Queen's Hospital, Birmingham.
Largely correspondence relating to the Birmingham School of Medicine, (Queen's College from ) and Queens Size: 1MB. The hospital became part of the new National Health Service in Until the hospital was a training centre for nurses, who, on qualification, became members of the General Hospital Birmingham Nurses League.
Aftertraining switched to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the nearby suburb of Care system: NHS. Records of Barnsley Hospital Management Committee, (NHS formerly SY/H) Papers concerning Barnsley HMC occupancy of Cooper Art Gallery,(SY/B10/) Alphabetical index to monumental inscriptions in St Mary's old burial ground (MI35).
The General Hospital and nearby Accident Hospital handled all the victims of the Birmingham pub bombings in Birmingham Accident Hospital - the world’s first trauma centre - had opened in The official archive of the UK government.
Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone. Further to my last posting this is a list of some hospitals in Birmingham.
1st Southern General Hospital - Birmingham University. Sections were later opened at: Dudley Rd Infirmary which became 2/1st Southern General Hospital on. Wordsley Infirmary, Stourbridge.
Selly Park and Selly Oak Elementary Schools. Monumental Inscriptions for Acocks Green, St. Mary's List of names taken from the fiche of Monumental Inscriptions for St.
Mary's Church in Acocks Green Fiche number I sold by BMSGH published here by kind permission of the Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry Transcription kindly submitted by Alva King.
Sheffield General Cemetery Grave Books: All Consecrated Section – Plots A-Z, A1-Z1 and A2-Z2. Transcriptions of Grave Records for the Consecrated Section of the Cemetery for Grave Plots A-Z, A1-Z1 and A2-Z2. The records cover all internments in individual graves made at various dates.
Some detail from monumental inscriptions is also included. Warwickshire Monumental Inscriptions. The Warwickshire Monumental Inscriptions were created by the Birmingham & Midland Society for Genealogy & Heraldry.
Discovering where and when your ancestor was buried will add valuable information to your growing family tree. The Collections Ceredigion Archives contains collections of official, public and private records, most of which can be viewed by the public.
You can search the catalogues (or schedules) on-line: just use the search options above and the list on the left of this page. I know the burials were reinterred elsewhere before the building work began, some in Witton Cemetery aroundand the rest in Warstone Lane Cemetery around In a record was made of all the monumental inscriptions in.
Patient records include early operations books for andwith the main series covering the years onwards. General patient registers date from The training of nurses at the General Hospital is recorded in registers and other records ().
Photographs and other personal memorabilia received at the time of.Monumental inscriptions & burial records Griffith Genealogical & Historical Society Griffith [N.S.W.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for.
The Society meets in Birmingham, Bromsgrove, Burton-on-Trent, Kenilworth, Stoke-on-Trent, Stourbridge, Wolverhampton and London.
All branches and the Heraldry Group hold regular meetings. The Research Centre contains over 9, books, BMSGH publications on microfiche and CD, parish records, IGI, and monumental inscriptions. Transcriptions of burial registers of a wide range of Sheffield parish churches.
Detail varies between records depending upon what was recorded at the time. At a minimum this covers name, age and date of burial but may also include address, occupation, name of relative and even, occasionally, cause of death.
For a guide to Sheffield parishes see Books about Sheffield records and research, item. At the same time Birmingham Conservation Trust carried out an appraisal of the building and suggested some form of community centre could be based there once the hospital Author: Neil Elkes.Calderdale Royal Hospital Opened in April next to the old Halifax General Hospital.
It was formerly opened by Princess Anne, the Princess Royal on 15th March The hospital is owned by Catalyst Healthcare and leased to the NHS. For a new building, it is remarkably badly-designed. There's no air-conditioning in the wards.