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Re: christening to baptism
Posted by: Pamela Langston Date: December 28, 1999 at 12:32:41
In Reply to: Re: christening to baptism by Harry Goegebeur of 11492

For the faint of heart there is a long and clumsy way to do this without any risk. Print a list of individuals with a mistaken christening and the individual record number. Then some dreary day when you have nothing else to do - go through the list - as I did - and change each one. Many of my early ones in Roots3 were mistakenly entered as christening and exported to UFT.
Yes there definitely is a difference between a christening and a baptism which is the ceremnony performed with water in a church. In England years ago they also had a christening ceremony (party) when the christening cup was presented. Pam Langston


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