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Offline clearly

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Re: Carlisle Archives Office
« Reply #27 on: Friday 15 January 16 14:47 GMT (UK) »
Yes Morskaj,
A brilliant finding aid, but as always, the original records should be checked. There is just so much inaccurate rubbish on Familysearch, although to be fair, their transcriptions of the original records are pretty good.
The problem lies with all the other stuff that has been gathered along the way.
Forster Cul, Harrison Cul, Wood Cul Yks, Castley Cul & Wes, Lorimer Cul and Perth,Innis Cul, Casson, Cul, Johnston,Cul & Nfk, Carruthers Cul, Ewart Cul, Jardine Cul & Dmf, Story Cul, ONeill Cul & NI, Davis Cul & Ldn,

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Re: Carlisle Archives Office
« Reply #28 on: Sunday 17 January 16 18:36 GMT (UK) »
Yes, I must admit I have sent in 'corrections' myself.

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