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We have just had an e-mail from a follower of Tarvinonline in Australia who would like some help from Tarvin residents.

headstone

Whilst they were here in May they found a headstone in the grounds of Tarvin Church with the name of William James Baxter.

Ideally they would like to know if they can access a copy of any newspaper or other publication or record to check a funeral notice for the said William James Baxter who died in Tarvin in October 1937.
Can anyone help in suggesting how we can go about this and gather any more information?
If you can please email editor@tarvinonline.org

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