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From: "Sean MacLochlainn" <>
Subject: Re: Genealogy - what and where is it?
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 00:46:47 -0000
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Dennis Ahern wrote:
> Sean MacLochlainn () wrote:

> You seem not to be paying attention. The transcriptions and the
> index are two separate projects. The index is all inclusive and
> ongoing. If the name you are looking for turns up in the TIARA
> obituary database, then you can go to that issue of the Cork
> Examiner, or whatever other paper is indicated, and transcribe it
> yourself. Or, you might get lucky and find it has already been
> transcribed on the Irish Newspaper Abstracts
> website. See http://tiara.ie/corkex.htm to see what dates have been
> done so far. For example, 1847, 1855, 1856, and 1881 are complete.
> 1861 needs only the month of December, and as soon as I finish this
> logon, I'm off to the Library to spend the remainder of a rainy
> Sunday afternoon plodding ahead on the remainder of 1846, which is
> 3/4 complete.

St Denis the Martyr

You should learn to give a simple answer to a simple question.

Sean



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