The particulars given in the Registers of the graves have been compiled from information furnished by the Record Offices and the next-of-kin. In all cases the relatives have been asked to furnish the personal information they wish to appear in the Registers and where possible this has been given in their actual words. The manner of locating the graves recorded in these Registers does not conform to any uniform system but follows the practice adopted by the governing authorities of the various cemeteries concerned. They are indicated by letters or numbers at the end of the individual name entries which represent the Plot (or Section Ward or Compartment as the case maybe) Row (if any) and Grave. In many cases only a general indication of position can be given. In many instances three sub-divisions of the Cemetery are indicated e.g., A.C.E. 183 in some only two are shewn the first of which represents the Plot or Row whichever it might be and the second the number of the Grave e.g., A. 247 in others only the Grave number is shewn or only the Row is indicated. The abbreviations used in the Registers in connection with the grave locations are appended as a glossary. C.E. N.C. R.C. Church of England. Nonconformist. Roman Catholic.
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