|Birth||1 Nov 1829||Middleton, Northamptonshire|
|Christened||22 Nov 1829||St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, Northamptonshire|
|Residence||1841||The Hill, Middleton, Northamptonshire |
|Residence||1851||(28), The Hill, Middleton, Northamptonshire|
|Residence||1861||(23), The Hill, Middleton, Northamptonshire |
|Residence||1871||Wood Street, Geddington, Northamptonshire |
|Residence||1881||67, Cowley Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex |
|Residence||1901||2, Windsor Terrace, Uxbridge, Middlesex|
|Residence||1906||17, New Windsor Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex|
|Died||6 May 1906||Uxbridge, Middlesex | Cause: Hypertrophy of spleen, left hemiplegia |
|Buried||12 May 1906||Hillingdon and Uxbridge Cemetery, Hillingdon Hill, Uxbridge, Middlesex|
|Person ID||I162||Extended Craxford Family | The main Craxford branch RED pages I5 (James Ernest Craxford) + I77 (Arthur Craxford)|
|Last Modified||2 Nov 2010|
|Father||John Craxford, b. 1799, Gretton, Northamptonshire , d. 27 Oct 1829, Cottingham, Northamptonshire|
|Mother||Ann Wilkinson, b. Abt 1791, Glooston, Leicestershire , d. 17 Jun 1869, Middleton, Northamptonshire|
|Married||4 Mar 1822||Leicester, Leicestershire|
|Family ID||F47||Group Sheet|
|Pin Legend||: Address : Location/Street : District/Village : City/Town : County/State : Country : Not Set|
|BMD Certificates||DC: Craxford, Elizabeth (1906)|
Her death was registered by her brother, David
|Headstones||Craxford, David and Ann; Louisa Cox; Elizabeth Craxford|
The approximate position of their common grave site is marked in red on the plan below.
"In common with most cemeteries nationally some parts of our cemeteries are consecrated with other parts left unconsecrated.
When most cemeteries were designed and opened, certain parts were formally blessed by dignitaries of the Church of England,
thereby consecrating the ground prior to burial. However, it was also recognised that persons from other religious
denominations such as Roman Catholics, Methodist etc. would also wish to be buried in the cemeteries, therefore some areas
were left unconsecrated by the Church of England. When a burial takes place in an unconsecrated part of the cemetery,
the minister representing the religious belief of the deceased will conduct a service at the graveside, thereby blessing that individual
grave at the time of burial."
- From Consecrated/Unconsecrated Sections Burial and Grave Sections, Deaths, funerals and cremations Newcastle City Council.
Cemetery photograph: © Rob Emms, and licenced for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Plot: Gravespace P13 (unconsecrated)
|Wills & Probate||WILL: CRAXFORD, ELIZABETH (1906) - Page 1|
Elizabeth was the brother of David Craxford and sister of Louisa Cox, all of whom resided for some time in Uxbridge. The will was signed December 9th 1903.
|WILL: CRAXFORD, ELIZABETH (1906) - PROBATE|
Probate was granted to her brother David on May 19th 1906