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James Gibson's Liverpool Epitaphs (C.D.)


Gibson’s Epitaphs is one of the most important sources for the family historian; who is researching in 19th century Liverpool. The compiler of these volumes was probably James Gibson variously described as a merchant or draper;a native of Stirling who lived and worked in Liverpool for many years.During his time in Liverpool he had; in his own words; "... taken notes from all the churchyards and chapels in the district."\nCompletely transcribed containing an Index of over 10;000 names; taken from 56 Graveyards and Cemeteries; most of which no longer exist.