Burial 1900 Sarah Burridge.

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  1. Amle

    Amle Well-Known Member

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    I am still suffering confusion and I was wondering if anyone could comment on this burial. It is from the Street in Somerset. The person who arranged the burial was Sarah's mother. Thank you. Sarah Burridge.jpg
     
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    Mealymoo A Busy Lizzy

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    Amle, see #2 here...........
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    en.wikisource.org/wiki/1911_Encyclop%C3%A6dia_Britannica/Burial_and_Burial_Acts
     
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    Thank you again Mealymoo. That makes interesting reading and explains lots. It just seems strange though that no one else in the family has done this but the on the same page others have.
     
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    Findem The Fearless One

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    That's an interesting Death Cert, I've never seen that comment on one before.
     
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    Having read just about every burial in our church's burial records, I have found 2 such burials.
     
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    Street has a few pages of them and studying them with a bit more detail I have found other relatives, which I had not picked up on before. I am guessing they were of a different faith and yet they were allowed to use the churchyard. I will have to look into this some more. Street was quite strongly, a Quaker area, with Josiah Clarke and the shoe business but I guess there were also other religions. In this hobby one answer, also opens to many more questions!
     
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