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09-11-2020, 16:11   #1
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Dromiskin burial records 1787-1828 Louth

This may be off interest. I wrote to the The Ofiach library and they have come back to say they will scan it in the next few weeks. It has 2000 burials.

I understand you have a manuscript of the Burial Records at Darver 1787-1828.
It is bound in unbleached linen and measures 36 cm by 11.7 cm.

It is titled Liber Mortuorum Parochiae Dromiskinsis........
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This may be off interest. I wrote to the The Ofiach library and they have come back to say they will scan it in the next few weeks. It has 2000 burials.

I understand you have a manuscript of the Burial Records at Darver 1787-1828.
It is bound in unbleached linen and measures 36 cm by 11.7 cm.

It is titled Liber Mortuorum Parochiae Dromiskinsis........
Wow, that's fantastic. Family folklore has always had it that a letter from an ancestor emigrant during Civil War era US is in the archives of that same library. It's always been one of those things I meant to get round to asking about but never did. Think I'll write them and ask.
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If they even just created an index of the library contents, then their scanning could be more targeted (presuming it's too much work to scan the lot)
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