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Help and advice for Wath upon Dearne: Wath Graveyard MIs, Graves 200-275.

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Wath upon Dearne: Wath Graveyard MIs, Graves 200-275.




These transcriptions were originally carried out by Wath and Mexborough archives (now defunct). These were typewritten documents written using a golf-ball typewriter with a script golf-ball. The script golf-ball made it impossible to OCR these documents, and so Jack Parry of Orleans, Vermont, U.S.A. has transcribed these documents which you see here. Of course, two levels of transcriptions means two sets of errors, so if you find any errors, please contact the transcriber (see bottom of each page). This transcription was checked against the original transcription by Jack Parry.
The last transcribed gravestone is from the mid 1980s.

In the documents we have, there is no mention of who did the original transcriptions. If you were this person or part of the group, please drop us a line.

A plan of the graveyard by Wath and Mexborough Archives is included.

The transcriptions of the above Inscriptions are arranged in five files:

Transcribed by Colin Hinson © 2013
This transcription has not been checked against the gravestones etc.
If you find an error (small or large) in the transcription
please email the transcriber