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2050: SAYERS, John William Sumpton

Page history last edited by Ian Elsom 2 years, 6 months ago

E161 Row 20

 

 

Crimlisk Inscription

 

In Loving Memory of my dear husband JOHN W.S. SAYERS

accidentally killed 18th Jan 1939 aged 62

 

Also of his dear wife, ELIZABETH ANN died 27th Nov 1964 aged 87

 

 ‘Reunited            In God’s keeping’

 

 

 

Family Unit with FamilySearch Tree PIDs

 

FST 

First Name 

Last Name 

Children Married 

no PID yet 

John William Sumpton  SAYERS   
no PID yet Elizabeth Ann  CAPPLEMAN   
  Mary Elizabeth  SAYERS  William Johnson COLLING 
  Doris May   SAYERS  Alan Thorpe WILLETT 

 

Filey Genealogy & Connections

 

Looking at Filey Blog

 

Accident on the Coble Landing 18 January 2011

Sea & Sky 18 February 2011

 

Looking at Filey Redux Blog

 

An Accident Revisited 18 January 2018

 

 

Sources/Acknowledgements

 

Record of the Inscriptions on the Gravestones in the Churchyard of St Oswald's Church Filey as at Spring 1977

Recorded by John C. & Maisie Crimlisk, 1977

Post-Spring 1977 Inscriptions recorded by John Siddle

Digitization by Ian Elsom, 2008-2009, shared online with kind permission of Filey PCC

 

Filey, St Oswald's Monumental Inscriptions, East Yorkshire Family History Society, March 2014

This resource, in three parts, is available from the Society. It is a more comprehensive record and its sequential numbering system

has been adopted for the Wiki Page Titles, with Crimlisk Area, Grave, and Row reference as a Sub-Head.

 

The inscriptions given here are from the digitization of the Crimlisk Record.

 

Grave Photograph by Ian Elsom

 

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