Rayburn Hall
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Rayburn Hall

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Rayburn C. Hall
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posted by Admin WikiTree
Hi Chris,

I'm just wondering if you can point me in the right direction to hopefully get this little mystery solved. I have always been told that my Grandma Tierney's 2nd husband Thomas Hall, born 1887, was buried at St. Dingat's, Dingestow, Monmouthshire, Wales in the Apr-May- Jun qtr 1954, this was just 2 years after they were married at St. Dingat's Church. This morning I received a Match Review from MyHeritage stating that Thomas Hall born circa 1887 had been found in a historical record: burial date 28 June 1954, and indicating at Wonastow, Monmouthshire, Wales. I know that Wonastow and St. Wonnow's church are just about 2 miles apart from Dingestow and St. Dinget's church. Is there anyone that can help me with finding at which church he's buried, or is there anyway I can write to someone to confirm this, as I live in North Thailand and will not be returning to the UK for quite some time, maybe around August 2021 to visit my relations in Bristol, which is the perfect place to visit Monmouthshire from. Any help would be gratefully received. Best regards from Barry Tierney from a lovely sunny and warm 31c here in Prasat - Thailand.

posted by Barry Tierney
Hi Rayburn. Thanks for registering on WikiTree. Anytime you have questions, comments, or suggestions for ways to improve WikiTree, please let me know. I'm chris --at-- wikitree.com (change the " --at--" to @, of course.) Chris Whitten, Webmaster
posted by Chris Whitten

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