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Fixing up George & Elizabeth Tunnecliff's grave

Closed Cause page created in the Community category by Margaret Gaffney

  • $140.00 donated
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The gravestone of George Tunnecliff (1831-1912) and his wife Elizabeth Barber (1829-1916) in St Mary's Cathedral churchyard, New Plymouth,

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This is a call to any descendants to help chip in and support the restoration work the Cathedral are doing in their Category 1 listed churchyard.

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Margaret Gaffney

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Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Margaret Gaffney.
  • $140.00 donated
  • 3 generous donors

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  Closed This cause page was created on 19 Apr 2014 and closed at 23:38 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 23 Oct 2014.

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