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tenpasteight
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1 of 11  Sat 12th Apr 2014 12:57pm  
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I have a reference to this place in 1817. Does anybody know where it is and if any records survive for it. I have other deaths in Coventry from 1771+ but no burials at St M or HT
Roderick Fullilove

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TonyS
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2 of 11  Sat 12th Apr 2014 1:31pm  
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Welcome to our forum tenpasteight I hope one of our members can help you in your quest. Did you manage to find the bible you were searching for last year?
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dutchman
Spon End
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3 of 11  Sat 12th Apr 2014 3:27pm  
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Hi Tenpasteight Cheers It was in Hill Street just before what is now the Ring Road: Edited by member, 19th Feb 2017 12:57 am
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Disorganised1
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4 of 11  Sun 13th Apr 2014 4:09pm  
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Isn't that where the Quaker meeting house is now?
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dutchman
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5 of 11  Sun 13th Apr 2014 4:54pm  
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Slightly further up, where "Besp-Oak" is now. It's marked as the Congregational Burial Ground on this later map from 1888. The Meeting House is where the Friends Burial Ground used to be: Edited by member, 19th Feb 2017 12:36 am
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tenpasteight
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6 of 11  Thu 14th Aug 2014 5:23pm  
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Does anyone have any information about this place, and in particular the whereabouts of any registers of burials. Roger

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pat
tile hill
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7 of 11  Fri 15th Aug 2014 11:33pm  
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I remember my friend living by St. Osburg's school when they were excavating the graveyard to make room for ring road. Her house had to be knocked down to make way, and we used to find bones there on our way to school. Looking back now its very macabre.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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8 of 11  Sun 17th Aug 2014 4:04am  
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dutchman
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Dreamtime
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Heathite
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11 of 11  Sun 19th Feb 2017 6:37pm  
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Does this Tithe map help? it is from 1792 apparently (?) It may help on various topics.
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