Friends Of Anfield Cemetery located at 236 Priory Rd, Liverpool L4 2SL, UK

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Louise Kelly

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I finally found my brothers grave after overy 50 years. very sad he's in an unmarked grave. but tha

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I finally found my brothers grave after overy 50 years. very sad he's in an unmarked grave. but that's how my parents dealt with it at the time. so very sad to see no names etc. since our parents have passed AWAY then I have placed a memorial bench overlooking him. my thanks to Mr little for all his help

Alan Catterall

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  • Monday09:00 - 16:45
  • Tuesday09:00 - 16:45
  • Wednesday09:00 - 16:45
  • Thursday09:00 - 16:45
  • Friday09:00 - 16:45
  • Saturday09:00 - 16:45

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