|Posted on Monday, January 11, 2010 - 11:53 am: |
Hi Ann and Des and thanks for your message.
You will find that if you are going to Singleton best bet is to try and drop into the Singleton FHS:
LIBRARY: 74 George Street, Singleton 2330
POSTAL ADDRESS: P. 0. Box 422 Singleton NSW 2330
As they have all the old cemeteries documented in book and maybe computer form.
Also there are books on the cemeteries at the Singleton Museum - but it may still be closed down as a tree fell on it just recently because of bad weather.
> From: Ann Tobin (Admin has email address)
> Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2010 11:16:15 +1100
> To: Roy Andrews <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Search for graves
> Hi Roy,
> I am searching for relatives John and Mary Tobin, who according to
> death certificates are buried at Roman Catholic Cemetery at
> Singleton. A search of names indexed at Singleton General Cemetery
> (Sedgefield) have no matched results and it seems to be a more recent
> cemetery, after 1900. As John and Mary died in 1899 and 1912 I was
> wondering if you know of an older cemetery in the area where our
> search might be more successful.
> We are traveling into the area next week and would like to visited any
> grave sites, wishful thinking perhaps, but any information or help
> would be appreciated. I have a little more information on these
> relatives if it is needed.
> Many thanks
> Ann & Des Tobin