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Cemetery transcriptions
Posted by: Rod Smith (ID *****6483) Date: February 04, 2003 at 01:35:57
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I'm trying to find a Brabazon John Barlow and his infant son who died and were buried in Singapore about 1910-1920. Were there particular cemeteries for colonial Protestant families? Are there any cemetery transcription records anywhere? Thanks.


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