|Posted on Monday, September 23, 2002 - 7:59 am: |
I am descended from William & Hannah Singleton's eldest son James. And I found during my research that William is buried "on the plains" at Glenridding. When accessing your web site I found an article about Glenridding - and it appears to be a property in your district.
As I would like to take a photo of his grave site, will I need permission to do so? And if necessary how can I arrange this? Alternatively maybe your Historical Society already has something on file.
I have been in touch with the Singleton Library and been advised of the location of your Museum and the opening hours - and was planning to visit there in the near future.
|Roy Andrews (Admin)
|Posted on Monday, September 23, 2002 - 8:04 am: |
Glenrriding is a property accessable from the road and you can freely walk up to the cemetery
and photograph the headstones - the society may already have photos on file.
|Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 - 2:16 pm: |
I have recently discovered I am a descendant of James Singleton(william and Hannah's eldest son)Any information would be appreciated.My great-aunt who is still alive at 89,my nan's sister .their grandfathers name was John Thomas Singleton.thank-you. Karen Hanna