Tracing the Osborne inscriptions at Trealaw

The hundredth article on Cutlock & Co {1} is as good as any to re-visit the photographs taken at Trealaw Cemetery back in April 2011 {3}. This time it is a focus on the Osborne side.

The grave of great great grandparents William and Mary Ann Osborne was perhaps the easiest to find – right next to one of the main paths.

Son Daniel predeceased his parents, age just 19 in 1909. » Continue reading “Tracing the Osborne inscriptions at Trealaw”

Keen eyes and some groundwork to find the name

Another selection from the recent Trealaw cemetery trawl. This time they are all related in some way to the Osborne (Somerset) side of the family, but as with my first piece on this (A quick look at family gravestones at Trealaw), they are all different in style.

The pub connection

This headstone is interesting mainly because of the initial dedication

‘The Central’ still survives on Clydach Road as a building at least – you can see it on Google Streetview. » Continue reading “Keen eyes and some groundwork to find the name”