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Whether you are a resident of the civil parish of Mountfield, a local business or are thinking of visiting one of the most beautiful, unspoiled and sparsely populated areas in East Sussex, we hope you will find something of interest here.
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  1. Mark Green

    Dear Sir/Madam

    I am a genealogist and researching a family tree for a client in Australia. What I have uncovered is that I believe a relative of my client was buried in the churchyard of All Saints Mountfield, having been killed in the Hither Green Rail Accident in 1967. The gentleman's details are James Gordon Melville Turner GC and he died on 5th November 1967. Can you confirm that he is buried in the churchyard, and if possible my client would like a photo of his grave. I hope you can help

    Many thanks

    1. Irene - Parish Clerk

      Hello Mark - I've passed your query to one of our Parish Councillors, who may be able to help you.
      Kind regards
      Irene - Parish Clerk

    2. Trish Jones

      As far as I am aware, it was intended to inter his ashes in Mountfield churchyard about 10 - 15 years ago, but I don’t think the interment never happened. I think the ashes remained with his widow.

      1. John Brown

        having been speaking to peggy gordon's widow can confirm that his ashes are interred at mount field tells me that contact has been made and photos sent


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