Verrico2009, on 25 July 2012 - 08:05 PM, said:
Hi Jim - it'll probably be October before I can have a slightly longer weekend and get into the Southwark records, but I'll see if I locate Shaw. As I've just found, if it's a family plot complete with a square number, there won't be any problem. The difficulty would be if it's a common plot: because they don't have square numbers, the Council can't locate them on the ground (though clearly the numbers aren't square-reliant, as they're way too high - so the limitation is presumably in the software used). I see you have Camberwell on the list - are these the inaccessible ones? Happy to see what I can find in the records.
If no-one can pick up some of the others, happy to move on to places like Norwood and St Pancras in due course
Camberwell is a case where the CWGC has used a screen wall but the graves are somewhere in the cemetery. Andy Pepper has provided photographs of the screen wall but I have kept Camberwell "open" just to see if the actual graves can be found. My document is searchable and so these are possibles :-
Kathleen HARDING, Aux.Hospitals - death registered 4th quarter 1920 (aged 55).
Annie RUFF, ex QMAAC - died in childbirth in Camberwell Infirmary 5/12/18 (body possibly taken to Shropshire)
Bertha VINTER, TFNS - on screen wall but grave somewhere in cemetery (died 30/5/18, aged 42).
(later - remembered that I contacted CWGC and have plan as to where she is buried. If intending to go please contact and I will send direct as an attachment).
Edith Olive WILLIAMS, WRAF - on screen wall but grave somewhere in cemetery (died 28/10/18, aged 19).
As for Norwood :-
Phyllis Ada Pearse, QAIMNS - her name is on a memorial in St. Mark's Church, South Norwood.
Doris Helen SWANSTON, VAD - died 28th February 1919, aged 21, and obituary states "military funeral at Norwood".
As for St. Pancras :-
Vivyan BURY, Serbian Relief Fund - died 16/8/15 and death registered Pancras.
Beatrice HOLDER, VAD - buried 23/10/15 in plot 528 DD, St. Pancras Cemetery (Camden). photo of grave required
Lily SISSENS, WRAF - death registered 4th quarter 1918 in St. Pancras. Could be buried anywhere.