Ethel Orme grave monument in St James , Enfield, Middlesex, England

Ethel Orme grave monument: legible names and details

full nameburial
Ethel Orme
1918331885first name on monument
Thomas George Orme
1942651877husband of Ethel Orme
Tom Gibbs
1893311862relationship not given of Ethel Orme
Annie Gibbs
1918571861relationship not given of Ethel Orme

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I would like to add this image to my family tree on Ancestry. Thomas George Orme was a distant relative of my husband (1st cousin 3x removed). I've just found this website today, it's a great resource! Thanks very much for providing this service :-) Yvonne
hi Charles, I would like to add this image to Thomas George Orme on a family tree (on Ancestry). It would be much appreciated. thanks, Yvonne

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