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From: "Sean MacLochlainn" <>
Subject: Re: Genealogy - what and where is it?
Date: Sun, 2 Mar 2003 17:04:04 -0000
References: <005401c2df88$fc53eca0$d4a1a5c2@computer> <IlMJAaQ35IY+Ewjx@hyperpeople.demon.co.uk> <b3qdvm$rgr$1@pcls3.std.com> <b056e319.0303012058.21a6b04a@posting.google.com> <b3s6hk$2at$1@pcls3.std.com>


Dennis Ahern wrote:
> ...The
> birth, death and marriage excerpts, where they are transcribed,
> represent the full text of that heading for that day's paper.

"...where they are transcribed...", in other words there is no method to
your madness. Those seeking a death notice in the Cork Examiner will
*never* be able to rely on your output but will instead have to plough
through a pile of newsprint to check for gaps in your coverage.

Sean



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