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A. Pozzi


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I spent a couple of hours searching the burial records recently and found a lot of my relatives were buried in the church of England part of Warrington cemetory. (c1850-80) There services were carried out by a A Pozzi. I have search A Pozzi and the only one I can find as a minister in Warrington is Father Bernard Austin Pozzi. (Obituary link below)

It looks like he was a Roman Catholic minister serving at St Albans and St Marys in Warrington.

 

Anyone else know another A Pozzi in Warrington who carried out church ceremonies? And can you be buried in a CofE part of a cemetory following a service in a RC church?

 

PS Not the first line of the obituary ".... crowded slums of Liverpool and Warrington, when the dreaded typhus fever had a permanent home in their midst...." :| .

 

http://www.plantata.org.uk/papers/obits/smith/pozzi_b.htm

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