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Re: Cemetery Records
Posted by: Elizabeth Finn (ID *****3315) Date: March 24, 2007 at 10:42:27
In Reply to: Re: Cemetery Records by S.Hume of 384

Did both John Wilson's spell their surname Willson as this Sarah's did?
Why I can't get the death certificate at Farmington Town Hall is ,traditionally here they tell researchers that that early a record has to be found in Concord,a fib. That's why I was hoping that I could find a town report because recorded in the back they put birth,marriages and deaths in those early years.
Well your research got me out of bed this morning and the two and a half hour drive down here was beautiful...spring has sprung for today.
PEI...yes.... please tell CBC to air the Anne of Green Gables seris again!Oh...and if you happen to hear Stomping Tom ( hope he's still alive...)stamp your foot for me.



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