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10-08-2019, 10:44   #181
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I've seen numerous examples where the child's first name was not recorded - including my grandfather's. This usually occurs when someone other than the parent registers the birth; the maternity hospitals used to register batches of unnamed infants at a time. Sometimes when the birth cert is needed the individual will ask for the cuvil record to be amended with the correct name, using the baptismal cert as proof.
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10-08-2019, 17:35   #182
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Entries nos 280 & 283 - father's location "somewhere in France".

https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy....13/1542992.pdf

Three of the birth records have fathers serving. Blackrock must've been rocking 8/9 months earlier.
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I found an intriguing occupation in a marriage record recently from about 1880-ish and thought I'd share. I knew the man was a butcher from other records but on his marriage cert he was noted as being a '_awman'. I couldn't for the life of me figure out the first capital letter. Then looking at other words on the page I realised it was an 'S'. So 'Sawman'. Chuckling I looked it up and indeed it's an archaic word for a meat cutter.

The things you learn.
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I would have thought a Sawman was a Sawyer! Never would have thought of a butcher.
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