Dear Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council,
I wish to request the grave number of the following grave located in James Bridge Cemetery, Darlaston.
Burial Date - 22nd June 1905
Register Entry Number - 10917
Dear Ms James,
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which was received on 02 January 2019.
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Dear Ms James,
Freedom of Information Request RFI1818/18
Further to your request for information about James Bridge Cemetery, I can
tell you the following:
1. Dear Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council, I wish to request the
grave number of the following grave located in James Bridge Cemetery,
Burial Date - 22nd June 1905
Register Entry Number – 10917
The grave number is W-354
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