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William Ivory    02 Apr 2013
I am trying to track down the burial place of my great grandmother who died in Faversham in 1919.

Her name was Elsie Tumber née Ivory, born in Faversham on 8 October, 1886, and married a William E Tumber, 1886-1962.

I wondered if anyone had come across the name before and any help would be welcome.

Many thanks
William Ivory    30 Jun 2014
Looking to contact the grandson of William E Tumber


Further to the previous query, I am William E Tumber, grandson, and would like to contact William Ivory to find out more information of my grandfather's first wife.
William Ivory    06 Jun 2014
Looking for David Tumber in relation to a earlier query

williamjamesivory@hotmail.com
William Ivory    21 May 2014
In reply to David Tumber,  who is related to William Tumber husband of Elsie Ivory. I can be contacted by e-mail on

williamjamesivory@hotmail.com

Many thanks for information concerning the whereabouts of her grave. 
David Tumber    25 Feb 2014

Further to the previous query, I am William E Tumber, grandson, and would like to contact William Ivory to find out more information of my grandfather's first wife.

Arthur Percival    06 Apr 2013
The following is the cemetery register record of her burial. 2512 is the plot number. Note she died in 1918, not 1919. Whether there's a memorial over her grave I'm afraid I don't know.

2512 1918 12-Dec TUMBER Elsie 32 Faversham C-632 Married woman

Best wishes

Arthur Percival
for The Faversham Society
ticfaversham@btconnect.com
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