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Old 21-05-2015, 19:42   #61
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Re: Where have all the graves gone?

Originally Posted by Atarah View Post
Hi - Bank House went many years ago c1952. In 1953 new property opened on the site, known as Queen Elizabeth Crescent, but some of the old walls are still standing. Many photos exist - call in Accrington Library on your visit.
Here is a photo of Arden Hall, will help you visit the site if you like when you come over.
My memories of Arden Hall are a big apple tree, big red juicy apples, on the side facing the lane up from Plantation Street and a nuisance of a dog - late '40s
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Old 21-05-2015, 22:45   #62
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Re: Where have all the graves gone?

I so know that feeling! I have been tracking down a portrait that was sold at an auction (Hartshorne) of my ggg uncle. Auction house does not even have a catalogue!

Would the library have photos of the other family homes - Broad Oak and Oakenshaw?

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Old 22-05-2015, 05:21   #63
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Re: Where have all the graves gone?

Accrington Library will have all you could hope for, and more! Honest! :-)
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Old 25-05-2015, 09:01   #64
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Re: Where have all the graves gone?

To Hargreavesconnection. This is the type of information you can find in local churches. Not sure if this particular Hargreaves connects to you, but you will enjoy searching in the church I am sure (this is in St James, Accrington)
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