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Rev Richard Morton WELLER
Father: Christopher Harold WELLER
Mother: Margaret GOLDSCHMIDT
Born: 1933-10-17
Died: 2012-12-31 (aged 79 years)
Buried: His ashes are scattered on a hill overlooking Great Longstone.
= Married  =
on: 1968-08-29
at: Pontefract
Born: 19xx
Children:   |
M R.
Born: 19xx
Baptised: Withheld
P J.
Born: 19xx

Further information for Richard Morton WELLER.

Birth place: Nottingham
Profession: Clergyman
Domiciles: Yorkshire


Richard will be sadly missed in the genealogy community. He was a great help to many people with the WELLER name and many, many others. He was always very thorough and diligent with his research.

Richard's ashes are scattered in The Peaks - on a hill overlooking Great Longstone where our Grandfather Christopher Harold Weller was vicar from 1920. It seemed a very fitting & beautiful spot for Dad's final resting place. (MRW)

For related information about this person see: Connections to the Wellers of Kent,
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