Author Topic: Plan of Wigtownshire Churchyards Including register of names 1800 - 1950  (Read 2482 times)

Offline Scott_M

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Re: Plan of Wigtownshire Churchyards Including register of names 1800 - 1950
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 30 January 18 06:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi julie I had a look at the books I have listed in the previous post. I looked under McNab and other variants along with Jackson. I did not see any listings .. there are. Few books missing in my collection so hopefully some other readers will have the other books in the area and check for you.. good luck hope you find what u are looking for..  there were a couple of Jackson but not your person ..

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Scott

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Re: Plan of Wigtownshire Churchyards Including register of names 1800 - 1950
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 30 January 18 06:54 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Scott.

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Re: Plan of Wigtownshire Churchyards Including register of names 1800 - 1950
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 31 January 18 17:09 GMT (UK) »
Maybe of interest.......

Erica Johnson is the Genealogy contact for the library service (Dumfries and Galloway), who can explain what is available etc. re cemeteries and graves, and where it is to be found.
Ramsden (Stanley nr Wakefield) and Roo (Horsforth) in West Yorkshire, UK