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This article came from the Chronicle
Volume 2(2) published April 1982. Page 18

 

TINTINHULL CHURCHYARD PROJECT

Mrs.Pat Knight reports

 

I am very pleased to report that the survey of the northern and southern sections of the churchyard has now been completed and each grave memorial has been marked on the plan, scale 1 ; 100. This has been a time-consuming task, due to the very inclement weather over the autumn and winter months, which led to the cancellation or curtailment of many of our weekly working sessions. Here I would like to say an especial thank-you to Mrs Moira Gittos for her help and invaluable assistance in this part of the survey. Thanks are also due to Mrs Lilian Hughes and Miss Enid Pawley who gave up their free time to check burial entries for the period covered by our survey in the Tintinhull Parish Registers housed at the County Record Office at Taunton. Further work has still to be done in checking those memorial inscriptions that defied transcription the first time they were studied, and then our survey should be well on the way to completion.


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